Howdy, folks, it’s thursday again and I’ve just returned from a long weekend away, so it’s time for me to tell you all about Challock Chilli fest. A rather different festival to most.
When I discovered Victoriana Nursery Gardens and their annual event, they had a pitiful lineup of stalls – Roughly eight and most of them not even dedicated to chilli – but that was its selling point.
Challock Chilli Fest isn’t about the products, it’s about the peppers and Victoriana Nursery grow well over a hundred varieties specially. Continue reading
Happy tuesday again, folks. Today, it’s time for another golden brown sauce.
Yet this isn’t another mustard one like earlier this month. No, today we’re looking at the last of Mahi’s table sauces and it’s a more traditional, peri peri sort.
Their Peri Peri Herb Sauce, with a claimed heat intensity of medium.
I’ve been putting it off because it didn’t look or sound like anything special but actually, upon tasting it, I think I might have unwittingly saved their best for last.
Guess what, everyone?
It’s another surprise recipe sunday and, this time, I’m working with one of Mahi’s samples for a simple, tasty, lunchtime wrap. Like the one I mentioned back in my review of their Peri Peri Marinade.
It’s a dish with a tiny bit of indian flare from its paneer cheese filling but also the crispness of fresh veg paired with a the smooth chilli taste that very product. Not that you couldn’t go a little bolder and more traditional with their tika if you really wanted.
Alright, everyone, I’ve left a little too much time between these and will try to be a little quicker about uploading the next one but here we go with the third of my Mahi Fine Food reviews.
This time, though, it’s not your average sauce. It’s a dedicated rub and marinade.
The first such product to be featured on my site, in fact.
Hello again spice lovers, today’s product is the first of my freebies from Mahi Fine Foods. Their garlic peri peri sauce.
It’s a pale one, with garlic way up in second on its ingredients list, and it’s the first sauce of its type that I’ve looked at. I can’t help but be a little curious.
Hey folks, meet Mahi Fine Foods, the latest in a long line of companies sending me free stuff.