Top 10 Spiciest Foods in the World That Few Wants to Try

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What are the spiciest foods in the world?

This list will bring together a compilation of just that, and we can finally pinpoint the dishes that burn and sizzle, on and off the plate.

10. Fire In Your Hole Wings –Munchies 420 Cafe, Sarasota, FL

 Fire In Your Hole Wings –Munchies 420 Cafe, Sarasota, FL

Sarasota’s Munchies 420 Cafe offers the “wall of shame” if you don’t successfully finish their extremely spicy wings.

Their hot-and-spicy dish was actually featured on Travel Channel’s “Man Vs. Food,” in which the food enthusiast, Adam Richman, failed to finish the entire basket of 10 wings.

These wings are put in a specially-combined sauce that includes a wide variety of some of the hottest peppers in the world, not to mention the world’s hottest pepper, the ghost pepper.

9. World Famous St. Elmo Shrimp Cocktail — St. Elmo Steakhouse, Indianapolis, IN

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A seafood classic, this bountiful appetizer will definitely leave you asking the staff for multiple glasses of water.

While it looks small and harmless, this beauty packs quite a kick to your taste buds, and should be taken seriously.

It is prepared without a single pepper, so how is it so spicy? The shrimp are covered in a heavy coating of surprisingly spicy horseradish sauce.

8. Sichuan Huo Guo (Hot Pot) — In Various Pubs of Sichuan, China

 Sichuan Huo Guo (Hot Pot) — In Various Pubs of Sichuan, China

This dish truly lives up to its name — a hot pot of various foods brought together in super spicy harmony.

It is commonly prepared in the Sichuan region of China, and represents their traditional dish.

It is filled to the brim with a variety of foods: beef, mushrooms, vegetables, sometimes even pig brain, cow’s throat, and duck blood.

Yum! What makes this our number 8 pick is the mouth-numbing pepper oil that is found in the Sichuan region. This is truly for the food adventurer.

7. The Saltdean Sizzler Pizza: Paul’s Pizza — Brighton, England

 The Saltdean Sizzler Pizza: Paul’s Pizza — Brighton, England

If it says “Beware” on the box, maybe you should think twice before eating it. This delicious-looking pizza hides an extremely spicy undertow that sucks you in and spits you out.

The pizza actually holds a double record for being one of the spiciest pizzas and spiciest foods in the world.

Created by the restaurant owner, Paul Brayshaw, this pizza is topped with the flaming-hot ghost pepper, as well as slightly less but still mouth-numbing mozzarella, herb sauce, and tomato base.

6. Abiko Curry’s “Best of the Best” — Seoul, South Korea

 Abiko Curry’s “Best of the Best” — Seoul, South Korea

While this dish may look yummy (not that it’s not) and satisfying, you will certainly need plenty of water and possibly some napkins to go along with it.

With curry being one of the main spices used to make this dish, the entree is said to be “painfully spicy” by many brave souls who have attempted it.

It will definitely leave you sweating after just one spoonful, but if you’re ready, this Seoul-ful dish will not disappoint, and you’ll be happy you tried one of South Korea’s traditional meals without passing out.

5. The 4 Horsemen Burger: Chunky’s — San Antonio, TX

 The 4 Horsemen Burger: Chunky’s — San Antonio, TX

This burger is the true cowboy of the Wild West.

It was also featured on Travel Channel’s “Man Vs. Food” show, but only a scarce few have been able to keep this flame-thrower of a meal down.

Dubbed the “hottest burger on the planet,” this burger contains fresh Jalapeno and Serrano peppers, a Habanero sauce, and the bone-shaking ghost pepper.

4. Neua Pad Prik — Thailand

 Neua Pad Prik — Thailand

This famous dish is well-known throughout Thailand and Indonesia. Also referred to as the Thai Pepper Steak, this meal is simple yet spicy as they come.

It is prepared by mixing pieces of beef with seasonings such as shallots, basil, and garlic. So what exactly makes this dish so spicy to be at number 4 on our list?

A very large quantity of birds-eye chili peppers, which are famous across this region and have been known to give Thai food its original spiciness.

3. Vindaloo Pork — Goa, India

 Vindaloo Pork — Goa, India

We all know that most Indian cuisine uses a rich variety of spices, some of which are moderately spicy.

In India, people refer to spicy food as “hot food,” since “spicy food” refers to meals with spices in them.

However, this entree takes the cake for “hottest food” ever in India. It was brought to Goa by the Portuguese, and the ingredients in this meal scream spicy.

The pork is preserved in red wine, peppers, and garlic, but it is also drenched in spicy curry to adopt to the curry-focused Indian palette.

2. Otak Otak — Southeast Asia, Singapore, and China

 Otak Otak — Southeast Asia, Singapore, and China

One of the more interesting dishes on our list, this entree is a spiced fish-meat cake that is popular in Southeast Asia.

The name “Otak Otak” actually translates to “brain,” because of the custard-like consistency of the cake.

It is typically served with coconut milk, a chili paste, and wrapped in a banana leaf.

But don’t let the cool and calm appearance of this snack fool you: it is extremely spicy.

1. Widower Curry — Bindi Restaurant, Grantham, England

 Widower Curry — Bindi Restaurant, Grantham, England

It almost looks beautiful, with the fresh basil leaves adorning the rich reds of the peppers.

You almost want to dive right in and begin eating, but this dish is called Widower Curry for a reason.

It contains 20 Naga chilies, which are the second hottest chili peppers in the world, and the cooks who prepare it are forced to wear goggles and face masks!

If that doesn’t deter you away from this true flame-on-a-plate, people have been known to sweat, cry, shake, vomit, and even hallucinate while eating this dish.


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