Which is most spiciest chilli in India?

A Guinness Book record holder, Bhut Jolikia is certified as the hottest chilli in the world. It is also known as ‘ghost pepper’ and is cultivated in Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Nagaland and Manipur. It is most popularly used in combination with dried or fermented fish and pork.

Which chilli is spicy in India?

Naga & Bhut Jolokia

These are the spiciest varieties of chillies in the world. And both of them are cultivated in India, i.e., the Northeastern States of the country! These states include Nagaland, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, and Manipur.

Which country eats the spiciest food?

Countries With the Spiciest Food

Rank 10 Countries With the Spiciest Food
1 Thailand
2 India
3 China
4 Colombia

How hot is a normal chilli?

Generally these peppers range from 350,000–570,000 Scoville Units as compared with a score of 2,500–5,000 for the jalapeno pepper.

How many Scoville is green chili?

Hot Pepper Scale in Scoville Units

Variety Rating Heat Level (Scoville Heat Units)
Coronado, Mumex Big Jim, Sangria, Anaheim 2 1,000–1,500
Pasilla, Mulato, Ancho, Poblano, Espanola, Pulla 3 1,500–2,500
Hatch Green 4 2,000–5,000
Rocotillo 5 2,500–5,000
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