Pesto Rice Noodles | Sprig Bhut Jolokia Sauce
These simple and healthy Spicy Rice Noodles will satisfy your taste buds. And if you love spicy food, then you gonna fall in love with this.
These colorful spicy Rice Noodles are just so perfect to impress your loved one.You might have scared a little with the Bhut Jolokia. But trust me SPRIG Bhut Jolokia is just perfect to add the right amount of spiciness to your food. It’s hot but at the same time, you will be addicted.
Sometimes you just want to enjoy your weekend at home in your comfy clothes eating some restaurant kind food. I am torn between going out and not. This dish is a keeper for me, better than a restaurant. And just goes well in this beautiful weather of Bangalore.
Bhut Jolokia or Ghost pepper is a chili pepper that grows in the northeastern region of India.
Sprig Bhut Jolokia hot sauce is balanced well with vinegar, salt, sugar and other spices and condiments. This brings down the level of hotness of the Bhut Jolokia chili to 75000 Scoville units. It lends heat to your food without compromising on the flavor that makes you sit up and take notice.
It is very difficult to find these peppers fresh locally when you need them. Sprig Bhut Jolokia comes in a bottle that makes it very easy to use. You can use it at any time of the year.
When consumed in small quantity it helps in digestion. It also helps in preventing cold and flu by making you sweat more. Capsaicin also helps you lose weight by speeding up your metabolism.
When it comes to eating, a little bit of this fiery sauce brings thrill and adventure into your food. The Bhut Jolokia hot sauce from Spring comes in a convenient 100 ml bottle that allows you keep it stocked in your pantry, making it readily available to spice up any dish at a moment’s notice.
I have added pesto which you can skip if you don’t like.I love rice noodles any time of a day.It makes your life so easy.You don’t need to put much effort.The only thing you need to get all the ingredients before hand and that gourmet “Bhut Jolokia Sauce” from SPRIG.