This must be the last crop, I've had this before l
This must be the last crop, I've had this before late in the year. Usually nice and hot, these have no heat at all, they will be returned. And someone should be checking these before they are bought and packed.
Ring of fire, unfortunately not!
No follow through whatsoever!
I ones produced in Senegal are absolutely horrible
I ones produced in Senegal are absolutely horrible. you could tell me they are green beans and i would belive you. The ones produced in India are better but they never seem to have it in stock.
Not hot what so ever, used 10 chopped up in a spag
Not hot what so ever, used 10 chopped up in a spaghetti bolognese for 3 and could barely taste them. Quite a few with black seeds in too.
Poor quality in every way
Really bad - no flavour or strength. This has been a Tesco problem for some years - the Tesco buyer in this area clearly doesn't know what to look for even in half decent chillies!
Very poor - go elsewhere. Not even extra mild.
I have purchased 3 packets of chillies recently - 1 every week just to check - read on and you will understand. They all had black sees inside - in other words, they are useless. They need to have white seeds. From the outside they look fine - supplier taking Tesco's for a ride. Very poor, just going to my local south Asian grocery store as they guarantee their products.
all chillies from kenya are worthless, no heat, w
all chillies from kenya are worthless, no heat, waste of money.
No best before dates
This is the second time (in a row) that the chillis have come without a best before date. The first lot were shrivelled up and this week’s delivery had chillis not only shrivelled but also gone mouldy.
Not hot at all.
Not hot at all.
Absolute waste of an ingredient. No heat at all. I
Absolute waste of an ingredient. No heat at all. I eat them raw in a salad but you should not have to use almost an entire packet in 1 dish to taste some heat. Scotch bonnet is much better and has a better flavour profile.