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Naagin Indian Hot Sauce - The Original 230g

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    Naagin Original Indian Hot Sauce brings together the best of spicy flavours from Western India, featuring the Sankeshwari Chilli from Kolhapur District, Maharashtra.

    This chilli, often used along with the popular Lavingi Mirch, is one of the main reasons why Kolhapuri food is spicier than the rest of Maharashtra. The Sankeshwari Chilli measures between 70,000 and 1,00,000 SHU on the Scoville Heat Scale. This makes it 9-12 times spicier than the average Jalapeno pepper!

    Sankeshwari may be the humble workhorse of the chilli pepper world, but not anymore. Naagin Original brings out its subtle flavours while remaining versatile and family friendly for all ages!

    Naagin Original Indian Hot Sauce is the ideal accompaniment to a wide variety of foods – samosas, pakodas, fries, burgers, momos, hot dogs, idlis, dosas and much, much more!

    It also works great as an ingredient in all kinds of marinades, soups, sauces and dressings.


    Flavour ProfileA full-bodied uplifter of the bland, the Original is a tantalizing blend of tomatoes, onions and garlic, perfectly combined with Sankeshwari and Bhavnagri chillies to bring you a little kick. Our secret ingredients will leave you salivating!

    Heat Level - The Naagin Original Indian Hot Sauce (aka The OG) is family-friendly and suitable for any palette – ladies, gentlemen and children of all ages. This beauty clocks in at a comfortable ‘Medium Spicy’.

    Chilli Spotlight - A local Maharashtrian favourite, the Sankeshwari Chilli is known for giving Kolhapuri and even Konkan food its distinctive flavour bright red colour. It’s got a spicy zing so nice a single bottle will not suffice!

    Ingredients: Water, Onion, Tomato, Chillies (Bhavnagiri Chillies, Sankeshawri Chillies), Sugar, Vinegar [Water, Acidity Regulator (INS 260)]), Garlic, Vegetable Oil (Rice Bran Oil), Soya Sauce, Salt, Stabiliser (INS 415), Permitted Class 2 Preservatives (INS 211).

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