We all love a good food challenge.
And as it’s Christmas, it’s only right that you get involved with this festive feasting challenge.
A curry house in Staffordshire claims that they’ll be serving up one of the world’s hottest Christmas dinners come the big day, in the form of a turkey curry.
The Dilshad, in Cannock, will be using 22 of the world’s hottest chillies, including the Ghost chilli, the Trinidad scorpian T chilli and the Caroline Reaper for their Turkey Inferno.
The curry is rated twice as hot as police pepper spray at around 6,000,000 on the Scoville scale. To put that in perspective, Scotch Bonnets go up to 350,000.
The Turkey Inferno is so hot, in fact, that the chef has to wear a gas mask as he cooks it to avoid getting scorched by potent fumes.
Any diners willing to sign up to the Christmas challenge will have to sign a special disclaimer before doing so.
‘The Turkey Inferno is only being offered to diners on Christmas Day. It is an opportunity for lovers of really hot curries to enjoy the world’s hottest Christmas dinner,’ says Tony Uddin, owner of the Dilshad.
‘It is so incredibly hot and will certainly be the World’s hottest Christmas dinner. It is so hot that the chef has to wear a gas mask while he cooks it due to the potent fumes.’
Anyone who manages to complete it will win a t-shirt commemorating the incredible feat as well as a certificate.
If you want to spend your Christmas crying into a bowl of curry, you’ll have to pre-book at the Dilshed, by ringing 01543 570264.
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