Sharwoods Bhut Jolokia Curry Sauce 42p @ ASDA
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Sharwoods Bhut Jolokia Curry Sauce 42p @ ASDA

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Found 17th Jun 2013
sharwoods bhut jolokia curry sauce made with the hottest chillies in the world. 420g jars priced at 42p each - spotted at asda oldbury
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These aren't the worlds hottest chillies, the Trinidad Moruga Scorpian is
- kiwikeen

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Bear in mind, this is a Sharwoods product (I find them bland). Naga is 2nd from bottom on the ingredients - even they only give it a '3' on spice rating.
Good find, but does sound pretty tame
sharwoods.com/ind…cfm

Great find its def one of the hottest sauces you can buy off the shelf

Thanks op

jeczap

Bear in mind, this is a Sharwoods product (I find them bland). Naga is … Bear in mind, this is a Sharwoods product (I find them bland). Naga is 2nd from bottom on the ingredients - even they only give it a '3' on spice rating.Good find, but does sound pretty tamehttp://www.sharwoods.com/indian/products/sharwoods-bhut-jolokia-curry-sauce.cfm


Well of course it isn't going to be high up in the ingredients as they wouldn't need to put a big quantity of it in. A bite out of the chilli and you'll be crying for the next hour.

This will almost definitely be the hottest curry sauce you can buy from a supermarket...

Just read reviews of it on Google and you'll see a lot of people found it unbearable.

EDIT: And BTW, Sharwood's heat rating is based on 3 stars.


Edited by: "mamboboy" 17th Jun 2013

Ring of fire the next morn with this one oO

This stuff is good, i found it bearable in the mouth but my stomach knew about it later, felt like a had a fire in there for a while. Next day was fine though.

Confirmed nationwide on 10 ways

I like HOT hot sauces, and this is pretty up there for a commercial jar of sauce. Definitely give it a go...

just make your own... 1 million recipes online all guarenteed more flavor than this over sugared pish

Lucifer_UK

just make your own... 1 million recipes online all guarenteed more flavor … just make your own... 1 million recipes online all guarenteed more flavor than this over sugared pish


And where can I buy all the ingredients from for 42p?

quite impressive for a jar of sauce off the shelf.

I'm a bit of a hothead myself and this was quite entertaining as I wouldn't dream of buying their usual rubbish.

Well worth the 42p of anyone's money.

This stuff is 'orrible. If you made it yourself you'd chuck it in the bin as an experiment gone wrong.

jeczap

Bear in mind, this is a Sharwoods product (I find them bland). Naga is … Bear in mind, this is a Sharwoods product (I find them bland). Naga is 2nd from bottom on the ingredients - even they only give it a '3' on spice rating.Good find, but does sound pretty tamehttp://www.sharwoods.com/indian/products/sharwoods-bhut-jolokia-curry-sauce.cfm



That's interesting because the jars I buy were a "4+++" rating with a warning of caution on them. I enjoy them with plenty of yoghurt but sure does rip your insides for couple hours. Lovely taste though.

Edit: Still got a jar!

http://i.imgur.com/gS1CO2m.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/v2LqleN.jpg
Edited by: "a3lawy" 18th Jun 2013

I would like to let everyone know that i have tried this product and any one who can call this tame needs a new tongue. This is one hot curry sauce and im a regular chilli eater.

Sorry good find heat added

i want this soooo badly...
hottest sauce i've been able to get hold of so far is pataks phaal.
might have to make a trek up to asda especially for this...

I had no trouble eating this, aside from the tongue agony. This is one of those times where the serving guidelines are appropriate! Don't use all of this for yourself, in one meal, like I did. Tastes great though! Just ignore the stabbing to your tongue.

It's hot but not very nice. Heat added for the price

pandora_buttocks

i want this soooo badly...hottest sauce i've been able to get hold of so … i want this soooo badly...hottest sauce i've been able to get hold of so far is pataks phaal.might have to make a trek up to asda especially for this...



You could just order some naga chilli powder and add it to any curry sauce, google chilli pepper pete

This is much, much hotter than the phal. When I got the phal I couldn't resist a test while packing the shopping in the boot and it was a 'meh' result. This stuff is a git. I ended up using some for a curry and the rest adding a few spoons to my noodles. I didn't actually find it enjoyable.

Not as hot as i thoight it would be.And yeah it seemed to burn my insides rather then my mouth.Still worth a buy and well tasty.

The Bhut Jolokia hasn't been the hottest chilli in the world for quite some time, the Trinidad Moruga Scorpian (WIKI Link) is currently the hottest, and several other varieties also now outrank the Bhut Jolokia

42p and 10p goes to charity - must be worth a dart! Good find OP. I'll keep my eyes peeled for an appearance in B&M/HB's.

I've had a few of these. They seem to be different everytime, Most of the time they are very hot, but can be eaten as is. Occasionally I've had a jar that is much hotter, and have had to add some yoghurt to tame it abit.

Good flavour imho though.

These are clearance so won't be in every store, I got the last 4 from Stafford a week ago and they have reused the shelf space now. Also a takeaway sauce with mango chutney was the same price.

Hot, just for the way you are holding it.

Original Poster

flinnyourin

Hot, just for the way you are holding it.



Crapmed cars soz

Banned

Len Murphy's Garlic Chilli Bhot Jolokia Curry:

Brown 2lb of minced lamb until most of the fat is rendered
Pour away the excess fat and add a jar of Sharwood's Bhot Jolokia
Simmer at a low heat for at least an hour, preferably 3
Roughly chop half a dozen FRESH green chillies
Finely slice half a dozen garlic cloves
Add chillies and garlic to the pan and simmer for a further half an hour
Finish with fresh coriander and serve with plain white rice



EDIT: And BTW, Sharwood's heat rating is based on 3 stars.



BTW it's chillies, not stars. FAIL

The Naga Jolokia AKA The Ghost chili, is the hottest chili in the world. 855,000 to 1,040,000 on the Scoville. You are welcome.

M1LFHunter

The Naga Jolokia AKA The Ghost chili, is the hottest chili in the world. … The Naga Jolokia AKA The Ghost chili, is the hottest chili in the world. 855,000 to 1,040,000 on the Scoville. You are welcome.



You couldn't be more wrong, of the 20 something varieties I'm currently growing in my greenhouse, 8 rate higher on the Scoville scale than the Naga Bhut Jolokia

Six+ years ago it was the hottest, Chillies have come a long way since then, as in 2,000,000+ on the Scoville scale oO over twice as hot as a Naga Bhut Jokokia
Edited by: "kiwikeen" 19th Jun 2013

Yup, it was the hottest but not for a while now.

kiwikeen

You couldn't be more wrong, of the 20 something varieties I'm currently … You couldn't be more wrong, of the 20 something varieties I'm currently growing in my greenhouse, 8 rate higher on the Scoville scale than the Naga Bhut Jolokia Six+ years ago it was the hottest, Chillies have come a long way since then, as in 2,000,000+ on the Scoville scale oO over twice as hot as a Naga Bhut Jokokia



Can I have a walk round your greenhouse...

for all the Muppets that can't help but argue, whinge or think they know it all...
en.m.wikipedia.org/wik…ale

pandora_buttocks

i want this soooo badly...hottest sauce i've been able to get hold of so … i want this soooo badly...hottest sauce i've been able to get hold of so far is pataks phaal.might have to make a trek up to asda especially for this...


Not being funny here,but I found Pataks Phaal to be about as hot as HP sauce.
None of these sauces are hot,imo.
If you want a red hot curry,either make it yourself,or get a takeaway and ask for the hottest they do.

Binned this sauce, no taste!!!!!

federalex

You could just order some naga chilli powder and add it to any curry … You could just order some naga chilli powder and add it to any curry sauce, google chilli pepper pete



no thanks, tried that before with a chilli paste. the resulting concoction was inedible - not because it was hot, but because it just tasted foul.
can't remember the brand i added but it must have been about 80% salt, 1% chilli and 19% horse manure.

then again, i'm a poor chef when it comes to curries, which is why i stick to pre-made sauces these days.
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