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Meat Lust Ghost Chilli 200ml £0.20 Sainsbury's
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Meat Lust Ghost Chilli 200ml £0.20 Sainsbury's

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Posted 7th JunAvailable: National
Meat Lust Ghost Chilli 200ml

20p In Sainsburies Reading Calcot

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Heat, lots of it
Lust Ghost?

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This is delicious I got it when rtc in my local a few months ago
Ingredients: Water, Barley Malt Vinegar, Sugar, Garlic Puree, Tomato Paste, Spices (Paprika, Cracked Red Chilli, Cayenne, Coriander, Cumin), Modified Starch, Red Naga Jolokia Chilli Mash (2%) (Red Naga Jolokia Chilli, Salt), Red Pepper Puree, Salt, Dried Onion, Rapeseed Oil, Lime Juice Concentrate, Colours (Paprika Extract, Curcumin), Natural Capsicum Flavouring.

Just sayin'

(heat added, as it's a good price for a marinade, etc.)
jeczap07/06/2019 17:06

Ingredients: Water, Barley Malt Vinegar, Sugar, Garlic Puree, Tomato …Ingredients: Water, Barley Malt Vinegar, Sugar, Garlic Puree, Tomato Paste, Spices (Paprika, Cracked Red Chilli, Cayenne, Coriander, Cumin), Modified Starch, Red Naga Jolokia Chilli Mash (2%) (Red Naga Jolokia Chilli, Salt), Red Pepper Puree, Salt, Dried Onion, Rapeseed Oil, Lime Juice Concentrate, Colours (Paprika Extract, Curcumin), Natural Capsicum Flavouring.Just sayin' (heat added, as it's a good price for a marinade, etc.)



Even that might be too much
hot hot hot
Thanks @stepp love this stuff. Hot - in more ways than one.
really? 8 posts in? I am disgusted!!! all I want to say is:

MEAT LUST
pfpf07/06/2019 20:07

really? 8 posts in? I am disgusted!!! all I want to say is:MEAT LUST


Not a fan of the branding personally but effectively this sauce is designed to be used on meat, it is too overpowering for vegetarian dishes. I very seldom eat meat and love very hot (more than phall) curry but I wouldn't use this on a non-meat dish.

Having a "don't bother buying this if you're vegetarian" label is probably no bad thing, most of the chilli sauces in supermarkets are very tame and so no point someone buying it to put on veggie chilli as it won't be pleasant.
TipsyNurse08/06/2019 09:36

Not a fan of the branding personally but effectively this sauce is …Not a fan of the branding personally but effectively this sauce is designed to be used on meat, it is too overpowering for vegetarian dishes. I very seldom eat meat and love very hot (more than phall) curry but I wouldn't use this on a non-meat dish.Having a "don't bother buying this if you're vegetarian" label is probably no bad thing, most of the chilli sauces in supermarkets are very tame and so no point someone buying it to put on veggie chilli as it won't be pleasant.


Does it actually say that? Or does the name just imply it?

This is very hot, but I did enjoy it with a (vegan) BBQ, and often have the BBQ sauce one with Linda McCartney sausages
herrbz08/06/2019 10:04

Does it actually say that? Or does the name just imply it?This is very …Does it actually say that? Or does the name just imply it?This is very hot, but I did enjoy it with a (vegan) BBQ, and often have the BBQ sauce one with Linda McCartney sausages


Well of course you can use it on anything, although whether a vegetarian would want a bottle of "Meat Lust" on the table is another matter. But you're not legally obliged to use it on meat.

Personally I think most vegetarian food benefits from a sauce with more, milder chillis like scotch bonnet. The sauce I tend to make at home is equal parts fresh chillis, dried chilli flakes soaked overnight in water, extra hot chilli powder and red wine vinegar (or water if you don't like vinegar in sauces), blended together.

I think it is good to have chilli flavour as well unless you just want heat. Personally I don't think these sauces have much flavour, or at least you can't put enough on to get flavour. With a slightly milder sauce you can put much more on and get the same levels of heat.

Linda McCartney sausages are probably the exception because they have a very strong taste and meaty texture.

However, for 20p you could use it on anything if you just want heat. I quite often make a madras type veggie curry for the family and then add this sort of sauce in to give it a kick, as you already have the flavour from the curry. Especially good if the curry is based around aubergine or similar.
Edited by: "TipsyNurse" 8th Jun
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