Morrisons' Volcanic Vindaloo Is The Hottest Ever Supermarket Curry
It's good news for anyone who loves nothing more than tucking into food that burns their mouth and causes tears to stream down their face while pretending to be OK, because Morrisons has relaunched it's Volcanic Vindaloo and this time it comes as part of a meal deal. What a time to be alive.
The Volcanic Vindaloo is the hottest supermarket curry available and was launched in honour of National Curry Week last year. It was a big hit with those who think ordering a korma should be an arrestable offence (to be fair, it should).
The vindaloo is made using the world's hottest chilli - the naga chilli, which hits a Scoville rating of up to one million, making it about 200 times hotter than a jalapeno. The naga is so hot that it's actually used to make pepper-spray, so is definitely something you want to eat. No question.
If that's not enough to set your tastebuds alight, the evil geniuses at Morrisons have gone ahead and topped the dish with some whole green chillies.
Its now been paired up with a bagful of other spicy offerings and is on sale for £5; the bag comes with a warning on and an eye-watering six chilli rating.
The takeaway-style meal deal features the volcanic vindaloo, a hot chicken tikka masala, portion of pilau rice, two onion bahjis and two chilli naan breads, which is a pretty decent feed for a fiver, isn't it?
Sean Gill, Morrisons ready meals expert (amazing job, mate) said last October: "Curry fans have been telling us that they just don't get the fiery heat they want from ordinary ready meal curries. So we decided to take up their challenge and create the hottest ready meal in the country - something with the extreme heat you get when you order a vindaloo in your favourite restaurant. We're looking forward to hearing what they think."
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Last time it was launched the curry sold out in stores across the UK, so if you fancy one don't hang around. They're on sale now until the 22 July, ideal timing for the World Cup, eh?
So, pop that toilet paper in the fridge and get yourself to your local Morrisons.
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