why are chillies hot?
The natural capsaicin oil found in chillies is what creates the fiery tongue-tingling kick. Your body’s reaction is to produce pain-killing endorphins, which is what provides the physical rush that keeps you coming back for more.
uses for hot chilli sauce
Indulge your chilli cravings! Dip, dollop, glaze, marinade and stir into stews, stir fries, soups and pasta dishes. The culinary limitations of our organic hot chilli sauce will be determined only by the severity of your own chilli addiction.
chillies (60%), sugar, water*, spirit vinegar, ginger, garlic, (* non organic).
for allergens see ingredients in bold.
Prepared in a mixed kitchen, may contain traces of : wheat, oats, spelt, egg, milk, almonds, hazelnuts, cashews, walnuts, peanuts, soya, sesame, celery, celeriac, mustard, port (sulphur dioxide).
once opened, keep refrigerated.
about the Riverford Farm Shop kitchen
Handmade by our own team in the Riverford Farm Shop kitchen. Guy’s brother Ben Watson, with his encyclopedic knowledge of food, is the inspiration behind the recipes. Ben’s team runs a busy production kitchen on our farm in Devon. We make everything by hand and put flavour first – if it doesn’t taste outstanding, we’ll keep working on it until it does. Our organic pies, tarts, soups and marmalade have won awards in national taste tests.