Super hot spice in cooking refers to extremely spicy ingredients that add heat and intensity to a dish. Some examples of super hot sauces include:

  1. Carolina Reaper: This is currently considered the hottest chilli pepper in the world, with a Scoville rating (a measurement of spiciness) of up to 2.2 million.

  2. Ghost Pepper (Bhut Jolokia): This is another highly spicy chilli pepper with a Scoville rating of up to 1 million.

  3. Trinidad Scorpion: This is a variety of chilli pepper native to Trinidad and Tobago and can reach a Scoville rating of up to 2 million.

  4. Habanero: This fiery chilli pepper originates from the Caribbean and can reach a Scoville rating of up to 350,000.

Super hot spices are typically used sparingly in cooking, as they can easily overpower other flavours and make a dish almost unbearable for those not used to spicy foods. Instead, they are often used in small amounts to add heat and depth of flavour to dishes such as chilli, curries, and hot sauces.