- Stagg dynamite chilli…
Blimey, that’s got an unexpected kick to it! I’ll eat curries as hot as you like but this is something else!
Was forced to buy tea from the local shop tonight (bad point 1 – miles from anywhere) with £3 (bad point 2 – left my wallet at home) and the choice was dubious at best. Bought a tin of this an some Uncle Bens expecting it to be fairly boring…
I’m currently just having a “rest”.
If anyone has any other taste sensations in a can, let me know for next time!Posted 11 years ago
Some unfortunate friends of mine bought a couple of tins during a cycle camping trip through the hebrides. Even mixed with a can of baked beans it was almost inedible. Left the other tin on the hostel’s ‘free food’ shelf for the next poor mug.Posted 11 years ago
These are one of my few dirty allowances…they taste pretty crap but I’m slightly addicted to the kick! As you say somehow hotter in a different way to curry…can eat a vindaloo happily enough but these really make me sweat!Posted 11 years ago
Its in the morning you will really appreciate its explosive qualities. 😯Posted 11 years ago
(Wait ’til he tries the extra spicy monster munch)Posted 11 years ago
Would it be good for a drunken mate?Posted 11 years ago
APosted 11 years ago
I think it hits all the drunken food boxes….you can’t be sure what those chunks of “meat” are and it’s stupidly hot.Posted 11 years ago
I’ve just eaten it and it’s nowhere near my vindaloo. Piece of cake. Spicy – yes, hot – not really.Posted 11 years ago
One of my favourite quick camping meals – along with some rice….
DOn’t ever remember it being that hot though…..Posted 11 years ago
It’s great smeared all over a hot dog 😉Posted 11 years ago
Don’t go confusing the regular Stagg Chilli with the hot stuff, they’re not even remotely the same!
I’ll def be having it again though, weird and hot yet strangely and morbidly moreish…Posted 11 years ago
I’ve just had another plate of it, nice and nothing more.Posted 11 years ago
you went to buy tea, and came back with chili? Stagg chili is nice but really doesn’t hit the spot when one fancies a nice cuppaPosted 11 years ago
Yep, tea – used to describe an evening meal which is undeserving of being called dinner! You know it’s tea when it includes any of the following: stuff from a can, being served on toast or a sense of disappointment even though you knew it was going to be pretty bad.
Dinner on the other hand is an altogether more sophisticated affair… 😉Posted 11 years ago
strangely and morbidly moreish…
That is the best analogy of stagg dynamite that I’ve ever heard!Posted 11 years ago
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