The heat is in the seeds
True to its description, medium heat. If you want it Mildly spicy (or not spicy at all), remove the seeds.
Was this a pack of chillies? I couldn't tell, other than by reading the label which said they were medium. There was absolutely no taste to them at all. The pack says it weighs 60g but there was in fact 115g in the pack of 7 that I received. I don't know if the extra chillies are to make up for the fact that these are rubbish. But extra tasteless chillies are no use to anyone. I won't be buying these again
Still my favourite chili after many years
Fresh and crisp, hot enough to bring me out in a sweat (and I love habaneros and scotch bonnet chilis) Great in a 10-minute stirfry or instant noodles. Reviewers who said these had no heat should try Carolina Reapers...
No heat at all.
Zero heat...none, waste of time. Blind test I would think it was a Bell pepper. Had the same thing from Asda and Sainsburys 2 heat chilli in the last month. None had any heat at all. All came from Spain. I can also eat the 3 heat finger chilli raw with very little heat atm. Who does QC for you Tesco ?
Fresh and Hot
Surprised at other reviews as these chillis where ‘hot’ to me - made my skin hot on hands where I’d touched them - lasted well and cooked well, will reorder
No heat ☹👎
You'd probably be better off buying bell peppers for the amount of heat these have, absolute zero.
Chilly for Kids
These Chillies have had me scratching my head on and off for months - did I forget to put Chillies in this? I must me getting old! Turns out these Chillies consistently have no heat whatsoever - you could eat them whole and they taste like a Bell Pepper. Who's in charge of Chilly Pepper procurement at Tesco - water in place of petrol???
Thought I had Corona as my favourite home cooked meal was so tasteless and awful, but turned out it was the no-heat flavourless chilli I had purchased from Tesco. Lesson learned :)
Rotten in 4 days
Rotten in 4 days
Arrived soggy and rotting (home delivery)