HAMAJANG in Pidgin English means “messed up”. The sauce is Kiawe (K-AH-VEE – relative to Mesquite) smoked Ghost Pepper and Habanero. So you’re asking what’s messed up about it? It’s not the sauce that’s messed up but it could mess you up if you decide to eat too much of it at once.
It’s VERY HOT, but you’ll be able to enjoy the flavours and some really, really good heat. We suggest you take it slow because Ghost Pepper heat builds over 20-30 minutes and will catch some people off guard.
Hamajang is exceptional on hearty meals, grilled/bbq meats, EGGS, vegetables, beef or lengua tacos and burritos and pretty much anything else you want to add serious flavour and kick to.
|Ingredients||Apple cider vinegar, ghost peppers + mixed peppers, sea salt, garlic|
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