Jalapeño, Lime & Coriander Chilli Jelly, Red Chilli 'Jammy' Relish, Chipotle Chilli Jelly,
Lemon Drop Chilli Jelly, Jamaican Hot Chilli Jelly,
Thai Chilli Sauce,
Caribbean Fruity Chilli Sauce, Revenge Hot Sauce, Inferno Hot Sauce
Chillis Galore are Richard & Kathy, who started growing chillis 24 years ago in Spixworth near Norwich in the UK, to obtain some different varieties to use in home cooking, which to start with were mainly Mexican varieties such as Anchos and Passila's, the hottest variety then was the Red Habanero from the Caribbean. After a few successfull years chilli growing our website was started to share this knowledge, and over the years it has grown in popularity with now huge following worldwide. This led us to developing our own homemade chilli jellies, relishes and sauces in March 2000 which is still done today in our home kitchen, now in Drayton near Norwich. We still grow our plants in greenhouses in our back garden where we grow different varieties each year to show, sell and use in our own products which invloves keeping up with growing the latest trending super hot chillis each year.
All of our products are still handmade by only Kathy in our home kitchen to our own developed recipes over the years. We do not add any colourants, preservatives, bulking agents or artificial additives, just letting the individual natural flavours and heat of the chilli peppers come through giving a fresh and vibrant flavour. All products contain fresh chilli pods to ensure maximum flavour and cooked in small batches in two stainless steel pots and then hand filled and sealed. The labels have been designed by us, home printed and hand labelled at home. All aspects of all of our products are still managed at home, even down to deliveries around East Anglia.
Markets & Outlets
Come and meet us and sample our Chilli Jelly, Sauces & Relishes.
We also have a few extras subject to availability, Chilli Flakes, Chilli Pastes, Chilli Seasonings and plants in season.
Wymondham Farmers Market 17 Oct
Aylsham Farmers Market 7 Nov
Wymondham Farmers Market 21 Nov
Aylsham Farmers Market 5 Dec
Wymondham Farmers Market 19 Dec
Worlds Hottest Nov 2013
With a Guinness-submitted 1,569,383 SHU (Scoville heat units) average and recently measured peak levels of over 2,200,000 SHU in November 2013, Smokin’ Ed’s Carolina Reaper has officially made it to the top of super-hot chilli charts, beating the previous hottest, the Moruga Scorpion.
Brief History of chillis with their heat scales which is measured in Scoville units. Chilli Species, the main Species Terminology, and the Health benefits of using them. What to do after harvest, do you have too many chillis to use, here are a few ideas to store and use your crop, freezing, roasting, pickling and drying them.
We have now grown chillis successfully for over 25 years, starting off with limited strains available in the UK. In the last few years a massive explosion of chilli growing has kicked off with enough varieties to satisfy all, from all corners of the world with mild and tasty to red hot. All this is documented in our online diaries of the last 14 years with a page on the equipment we have used throughout this time.
There are a good variety of seed companies on our links page if you are looking for something different this year. Buying new fresh seeds should give you a better chance of germination and a true strain of chilli. Undecided on what to grow have a look at our varieties pages or growing diaries which may help you decide on what to grow. There is also seed swaps available on our forum boards.
Chilli Diaries 2000 - 2015
Each year we try to grow an interesting assortment of chillis which will appeal to all, whether you only have a small space on a windowsill, or access to a greenhouse or a conservatory. We've grown the smallest ornamentals which are still edible, but hot, to the larger bushes which can reach up to 2 metres when grown in a greenhouse under good conditions.
These pages may give you an idea of some chilli varieties to start with. We have listed most of the ones we have grown over the years and where the seeds come from, a small picture accompanies the description and a rough guide to the heatscale.
Lots of ideas with recipes from Mexico to the Far East on how to use your glut of chillis up, plus preparation of dried chillis, pickling your own chillis, roasting chillis and storing chillis. Informative guide to dried chillis and the differences between them all and when and how to use them.
Many years of chilli discussions, help or advice, this is the place to post, membership is required to access all areas and post. Any problems with growing, help & answers can usually be found on the bulletin board. Topics include: Pests & Disease, Growing & Hydroponics, Identification, Recipes and much more.