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  • Walkerswood Hot Jamaican Scotch Bonnet Pepper Sauce - Chillis Galore Forums
    much more than Tabasco so not bad value Taste wise it s a classic scotch bonnet sauce not too vinegary salty but not unduly so modest heat I can eat a teaspoonful on its own without flinching and I m no chilli hard case It has some starch as a thicker and potassium sorbate as a preservative so not A1 ingredient wise but no vile acetic acid or distilled vinegar

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  • Ontario Ghost Chili Hot Sauce - Chillis Galore Forums
    anything that comes of my grill It is fruity and if moderately used medium hot I d say It has a lot of depth to it I guess a good sauce gives you really the whole taste palette of its ingredients you can taste the apple vinegar tickling your throat the spices the carrots and of course the fruity hot taste of the ghost and habanero chile For the sake of the review I poured a good splash of it on a tea spoon went commando and swished it around my mouth It has a lot more kick to it tasting it without anything else It has not too much of an after burn but more of a lingering after taste of the ingredients in your mouth Tummy is warming up and I am sweating a bit exactly what you need when it s 15 C outside Stasis also makes an Ontario Scorpion Chili Hot Sauce which is already on my wish list Price CAD 7 00 What a deal Top Slyboy Chilli Guru Posts 1183 Joined Sun Jan 15 2012 9 09 am Location Brisbane Australia Re Ontario Ghost Chili Hot Sauce Quote Post by Slyboy Thu Jan 22 2015 3 09 am Nice review Sounds like its made from a fairly traditional Carribean sauce type recipe and probably has a few spices to give it some flavour Have you tried the dorset nagas yet That will give you a nice warm glow Top CasualNerd Posts 7 Joined Mon Jan 19 2015 1 24 am Re Ontario Ghost Chili Hot Sauce Quote Post by CasualNerd Sun Jan 25 2015 1 27 pm Slyboy wrote Nice review Sounds like its made from a fairly traditional Carribean sauce type recipe and probably has a few spices to give it some flavour

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  • Burning Desire - Ghost - White Naga Hot Sauce - Chillis Galore Forums
    to a couple of chilli products I ve not done a review of a chilli product before so I m sure my reviews will improve as I taste more and get used to the nuances of different chillies and chilli products Anyway here goes my first review Burning Desire Foods The Dark Side Range Ghost White Naga Hot Sauce made in Brighton This is a really well presented product I like the medicine style bottle and the gold text The contents have a medium to thin consistency although on tipping the bottle it takes a second for the bubble to rise leaving pleasing fruity looking bits on the glass I would see this as a great dipping sauce with a decent kick and full of fruity naga notes I think it would go well with a Sunday morning fry up too spicing up sausages and beans The ingredients include peach infused cider vinegar but it was lost on me as my tongue then throat took the heat This is not a cheap sauce at 9 for 150ml but it is a little special a lot local and it will go quite a long way given it s medium hot heat

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  • Westland Peppers Naga Jolokia Sauce - Chillis Galore Forums
    12 2014 1 15 am I have tried some hot stuff in my life but that is surely the hottest sauce I ever tried 1 tea spoon had me cramping 5 minutes later A sauce for purists and naga lovers Pure naga taste and immense burn I was given a free sample but would always happily spend the 3 95 they are charging for it Top Post Reply Print view

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  • Dilita sauces - Chillis Galore Forums
    piri The ingredients are good basically vinegar salt and chillis plus some natural flavours nothing artificial the only cheat is a natural thickener They appear to use brewed vinegar not the industrial acetic acid The habanero has about 15 pepper the piri piri has 30 pepper So not as much pepper as some sauces but better than most of the high priced junk with fancy labels you see in the supermarkets I rather like the habanero it is quite hot on a par with Encona with a much better flavour than Encona which has a distinct acetic acid taste West Indian sauces do usually have more pepper in them and more habanero flavour The piri piri is surprisingly hot with a distinct lemon flavour It also contains garlic but it is subtle Each bottle cost about ÃƒÆ Ã â ÃƒÂ Ã â šÂ Ã Â ÃƒÆ Ã â ŠÃ⠚à  1 and is Encona sized I like these sauces they taste good the ingredients are good and they are inexpensive They are not the best sauces I have had but they are better than most readily available ones I did expect them to be decent in my view

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  • Aldi Jalapeno Coleslaw - Chillis Galore Forums
    Location Nacton Village Nr Ipswich Suffolk Aldi Jalapeno Coleslaw Quote Post by Superhot Sim Sat Jul 12 2014 8 38 pm Picked up a tub of this when shopping in Aldi today and was nicely shocked fiery little kick nice crucnchy coleslaw and was a tasty little sidedish with a lasagne Top Post Reply Print view 1 post Page 1 of 1 Return to Sauce Reviews Only Jump to Registration

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  • Hot-Headz - Chillis Galore Forums
    Posts 49 Joined Mon Apr 21 2014 10 59 am Location Maidstone kent Hot Headz Quote Post by Rusty reaper Tue Apr 22 2014 1 20 pm Hot Headz trinidad scorpion lethal hot chilli sauce Get some its amazing some serious heat going on in them bottles i did a tea spoon of it when i first got some and it is definitely lethal the taste is very sweet then the scorpion stings 100 definitely recommend Top TheLargeOne Chilli Head Posts 264 Joined Sat Sep 03 2011 10 33 pm Location Taunton Somerset Contact Contact TheLargeOne Website Twitter Re Hot Headz Quote Post by TheLargeOne Tue Apr 22 2014 3 58 pm yep love this sauce i had a taste of it this time last year at Eastnor castle before Stuart released it done me good and proper excellent all natural sauce Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post time Subject Ascending Descending Post Reply Print view 2 posts Page 1 of 1 Return to Sauce Reviews Only Jump to Registration Required Registration Chilli Events Competitions 2016 Reviews Chilli Pod Variety Reviews

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  • Morrisons market range of chillis - Chillis Galore Forums
    am already growing fresh turmeric this year Id love to Louise but ive heard they are hard to grow but id prize one for an indoor plant Have you grown one yourself Ive read about people taking cuttings but not sure how many have succeeded Whats the best way to grow turmeric and ginger I take it both are similar Anyone else grown similar plants On the topic of the thread The chillis are cheap and ive dried out loads for curry making and powders flakes Cheap to Top louise Hot Head Posts 518 Joined Thu May 03 2012 6 18 pm Re Morrisons market range of chillis Quote Post by louise Mon Aug 19 2013 9 55 pm Growing turmeric is easy very similar to ginger which i have grown in the past I use a shallow bulb bowl the type you would grow indoor hyacinths in no drainage holes buried shallowly in the compost and wait for the shoots to appear and water when the compost is dry Easy peasy I have not grown curry leaves but i have grown all sorts of plants throughout the years mango guava which i have sold 2year old plants last year and have 3 plants growing this year Pomegranate and Tamarind also easy to germinate Currently also have a Henna plant which you make dye from the leaves and I have cuttings growing I don t have a problem getting things to germinate its keeping them alive thats the tough part On buying supermarket chillis i found Tesco ok but recently noticed the quantity in the packets very much diminished So i tend to buy mass quantities of green chillis which are a mixture of african and indian from the asian shops which you probably pay a ÃƒÆ Ã â ÃƒÂ Ã â šÂ Ã Â ÃƒÆ Ã â ŠÃ⠚à  1 to ÃƒÆ Ã â ÃƒÂ Ã â šÂ Ã Â ÃƒÆ Ã â ŠÃ⠚à  1 50 a kilo Top ronniedeb Chilli Guru Posts 3140 Joined Fri Sep 02 2011 10 31 am Location Galway Ireland Re Morrisons market range of chillis Quote Post by ronniedeb Wed Aug 21 2013 9 58 pm Louise I d love to see a photo of how big the Turmeric grows How much root can you harvest in a season Top louise Hot Head Posts 518 Joined Thu May 03 2012 6 18 pm Re Morrisons market range of chillis Quote Post by louise Thu Aug 22 2013 12 23 am ronniedeb the turmeric I have planted was quite small and my aim was to get it flowering which hasn t happened yet I think once it has flowered the new tubers form so not sure at this stage Top ronniedeb Chilli Guru Posts 3140 Joined Fri Sep 02 2011 10 31 am Location Galway Ireland Re Morrisons market range of chillis Quote Post by ronniedeb Thu Aug 22 2013 1 01 pm Ok No prob Will have to

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