Pipers Potion – Chinense Chillies in Vinegar with Citrus Fruit
Our Mixed Chillies are made with 100% Natural ingredients. There’s no surprises and no nasties. This is perfect for those of you that don’t want to freeze chillies or have a constant supply of hot chillies for use in hot cooking such as Jambalaya or Curry for example. Simply add a few strands of these extremely hot chillies to add heat and fruitiness to many a dish!
We have so many great uses of these preserved chillies which you can view on our recipe’s section, or simply click here to see a list of what we recommend you give it a go in, there’s sure to be something that takes your fancy . Our favourite use of pipers potion is to add a teaspoon to rice and pea’s or stuffed chicken breast. The vinegar can be used too, as the vinegar is not a harsh malt variety you can add this for heat and fruity flavour too.
If you come up with any usage ideas, that we’ve not thought we’d love to know what they are. Heck we might even feature it on the website! If nothing else we’d love to hear your thoughts and opinions by the way of a review. Using this to guage whether you’d like our products milder or spicier.
Prices Spices Pipers Potion is a mixture of Chinense Chillies which includes the following: 7 Pot Yellow, Red Habanero, Scotch Bonnet, Trinidad Moruga Scorpion, Fatali, Devils Rib.
It’s not in a huge jar, that is because you will only use a bit at a time. This lends to the fact if you open up a large jar you’ll need to use it up after a few weeks to ensure it keeps its best quality.
Pipers Potion Works wonders with all sorts of Jamaican dishes such as Jambalaya, Mixed Root Vegetable Soup, Curry and many more uses than you can shake a stick at. Take a look at the recipe gallery below for more ideas…
Here’s Some Usage Ideas
Burns Night Sauce
Burns Night Sauce
Lamb Curry - Kinross Gosht
Takes a little longer than the other purkan curry paste recipes, however it's well worth the time and effort!
Posh Steak Taco
Posh Taco ! Yes there's such a thing, use a good cut of meat instead of minced beef...
Chicken, Chorizo & King Prawn Risotto
A beautiful risotto that allows you to get the taste of the chinense chilles without all the heat.
Chilli Con Carne
It really doesn’t have to be a cold winters night to enjoy a great chilli con carne!
This is a truly mouth watering dish that packs a punch in the flavour and spice front!
Pork & Bean Tacos
Mexican Tacos with a novel twist, instead of using beef we have opted for pork and thrown a few beans in for a healthy measure too.
Thai Style Chilli Stir Fry
A very healthy, super speedy and massively tasty meal that also offers a reason to cook more than you need and take some to work for lunch the next day too. You can also substitute the turkey for pork or chicken. Turkey however is far leaner.
Chinense Chilli (Scotch Bonnet, Bengle Naga, Dorset Naga, Fatali, Peach Habanero, Chocolate Habanero, Devils Rib, 7 Pot Yellow, 7 Pot Jonah, Trinidad Moruga Scorpion) (55%), Distilled Vinegar (30%), Citrus Fruit (Lemon, Lime) (15%).
Allergy Advice: for allergens, see ingredients in Bold
|Nutrition||Per 100g||Per Serving (Tbsp)||RI%|
|of which: saturates||0.01g||0.002g||0.01%|
|of which: sugars||1.7g||0.3g||0.3%|
A Jar contains 8 Servings
Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ / 2000kcal)