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Mad Dog 1 Million Scoville Pepper Extract

HEAT LEVEL EXTREME!

WARNING - DO NOT CONSUME DIRECTLY - FOOD ADDITIVE ONLY!

Considered liquid gold by heat seekers, our 1 million Scoville pepper extract is the secret ingredient for kitchens, restaurants and hot sauce, and food manufacturers. Just one drop can turn ordinary buffalo wings into a plate of fire-packed flavor. Several drops in a vat of chili and you now have a pot of fire with alarming qualities. 1,000,000 SHU, 4 fl oz.

It’s the first extract in a 4-ounce bottle, certified by HPLC A.O.A.C. to be 1,000,000 Scoville Units (+/- 5%). For the money, if you're looking for a fabulously hot additive, this is the one to get! 1,000,000 SHU, 4 fl oz..

CAUTION: As with all our extracts, do not get this extract on hands or spray it where kids or pets are playing! Customers who use this as a deer repellent should not spray near children or where children will play. Wear safety glasses and gloves at all times and make sure that this pepper extract does not come in contact with the body.

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What it Takes to Make an Extract

chili peppers, dried chile peppers

While hot sauce can range from mild to earth-shattering hot, a pepper extract hits an entirely new level when it comes to scorching heat. After all, it’s the stuff that military and police-grade pepper sprays are made of; so this stuff is off the scale hot! For this reason, you can’t exactly top off your meal with an extract. Instead, it’s used mainly as a food additive during cooking. Even if you go this route, though, you have to use that pepper extract in a small dose, for a little goes a long way.

Pepper extracts are exceptionally hot because they’re made up of either pure dried chili peppers or a blend of dried peppers and essential oils. Pure capsaicin comes in at 15 million on the Scoville scale, meaning extracts can hit a range that doesn’t even compare to your average bottle of hot sauce. Basically, you get the extract by submerging dried peppers, either dried by you or already dried, in alcohol, drawing out the pepper’s oil. You can use any type of hot pepper you want, but a hotter pepper results in more capsaicin, meaning you don’t have to use as many peppers. A milder pepper takes a lot more peppers to achieve the desired amount.

Of course, this is just a simple way of explaining the process, as it’s actually not advised you do the extraction yourself unless you really know what you’re doing. You definitely don’t want to touch the product with your bare hands, risk getting anything in your eyes, nor do you want to deal with the fumes. That’s because pure capsaicin is not only highly irritating but it can also be dangerous. Luckily, it’s easy to find an array of sizzling pepper extracts already on the market. Just remember, we warned you they’re extremely hot!

Cooking with hot sauce and extracts

cooking with, Mad Dog Hot Sauce, chili

If you think hot sauce is just an ordinary condiment to top off food, think again! Sure hot sauce makes a great topping, but it can also add some great flavor while you’re cooking. In fact, adding some hot sauce or hot pepper extracts into the mix while cooking can be a great way to infuse flavor into just about any food. If you’re not too sure about how to do it, we have some great ideas to take you from snacking to dinnertime.

When it comes to appetizers, try mixing some hot sauce into ordinary dips. Traditionally bland cream cheese or mayo always tastes better when you add in some heat. You can also try mixing in hot sauce to stuffed peppers, mushrooms or eggplant, or simply adding it into the mix when you’re making meatballs or burgers. Of course, chili is pretty great too when you stir in some extra spice. From fiery egg rolls to casseroles, just about anything on the menu tastes better when you take it up a notch in flavor. Just remember that when it comes to some of the hottest hot sauce on the planet, a little usually goes a long way. You may want to start small, and then add in more and more hot sauce to increase the flavor gradually.

Another option is to use a pepper extract. Keep in mind, though, extracts can be insanely hot! Only use the extract as an additive, and only use it in small doses. It works well in things like a stir-fry, plus soups and chili. There’s really no limit when it comes to infusing hot sauce and hot pepper extracts into mealtime. Whether you try some of our great recipes or create your own, just be creative and enjoy!

1 Million Scoville Pepper Extract Hot Sauce, 5oz

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