Wondering what to get for a chilli-loving friend or family member? Here’s some ideas.
Got a loved one who loves exploring different flavours and trying new things in the kitchen? Something like this Punjabi Curry Kit from The Scotia Spice Cookery School may go down well. It includes tips and techniques, as well as the recipes and spices to make six Punjabi curries for two (three chicken dishes and three sides). It’s a gift that will keep on giving.
£24.99 from Qwerkity
It wouldn’t be a chilli Christmas list without a ‘Grow-Your-Own’ product. The South Devon Chilli Farm’s Chilli Grower’s Gift Set includes The RHS Red Hot Chilli Grower Book, a packet of Apache chilli seeds, compost-plugs and matching propagator in a Jute Gift Bag.
£20.00 from the South Devon Chilli Farm
Did you get the office chilli-lover for Secret Santa this year? Even if you didn’t, nothing says Merry Christmas like chocolates. These ones just have a bit of a kick to them. Eight milk chocolate chillies with smokey Chipotle and hot Habanero. It’ll be a Secret Santa they won’t forget!
£5.95 from Prezzy Box
For your chilli hot chocolate
Possibly another Secret Santa gift, these gorgeous Hot Chilli Mugs are perfect for drinking your chilli hot chocolate out of. They’ll also let everyone around you know just how much you love chillies. I wouldn’t mind one myself *hint hint*.
£4.95 from World of Chillies
One for the risk-taker
If you’ve got someone who thinks they can really handle heat, take them up on it. Give them this World’s Hottest Chilli Powders in a Matchbox from Marvling Bros LTD and put them to the test. It includes Scorpion Moruga (2,000,000 SHU), Butch T (1,500,000 SHU), 7 Pot (1,300,000 SHU) , and Ghost powder (1,000,000 SHU) but it hasn’t got Carolina Reaper so you might want to add that one yourself just in case they really can handle the heat!
£6.50 from Not on the High Street