Yorkshire food production has already appeared once this week in my blog. A mild ice-cream, but looking at the Ying and Yang of England’s largest county its time to turn the heat up. Let’s meet The Chilli Jam Man.
Blisteringly hot, it is made from Bhut Jolokia, the hottest commercially available chilli in the world, cleverly combined with tomatoes, sugar, ginger, red wine and organic balsamic vinegar in the Chilli Jam Man’s rural factory in North Yorkshire.
The Bhut, as Chilli Jam Man (AKA Simon Barrett) fondly refers to it, makes a great ingredient to spice up a dull dish, fires up soups, stir fries and casseroles, or is devilishly good on its own with meats and cheeses if you’re up for a challenge. If, however, you’re struggling with ideas about how to maximise your chilli jam enjoyment, you could always turn to the Chilli Jam Man’s free download of ‘The Joy of Jam‘ to spice up your life!
Bhut Jolokia Chilli Jam is one of a range of all natural jams to suit all tastes, from the gentle Yorkshire Wolds Chilli Jam through the medium strength Garlic Chilli Jam to the blow your socks off ‘ultra jam’ trilogy of Ginja Ninja (AKA ‘Chuck Norris in a Jar’), Mo Jo and the Podfather. All are available online and from selected Christmas Fairs nationwide.