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Anathoth Hot Chilli Relish

“Anathoth Farm have continuously offered us flavours that have had the tastebuds salvating and and the senses singing. Full of delicious, colourful ingredients, they never fail to offer us quality products that have become a staple within New Zealand homes. Anathoth Farm are excited to be expanding their range with two new flavours that are going to tease your tastebuds and leave you wanting more. One of them is the Hot Chilli Relish and the other is the Sweet Chilli Relish. We were pleased to be able to offer some of our reviewers, the opportunity to try either the Sweet…

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“Anathoth Farm have continuously offered us flavours that have had the tastebuds salvating and and the senses singing.
Full of delicious, colourful ingredients, they never fail to offer us quality products that have become a staple within New Zealand homes.

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Anathoth Farm are excited to be expanding their range with two new flavours that are going to tease your tastebuds and leave you wanting more. One of them is the Hot Chilli Relish and the other is the Sweet Chilli Relish. We were pleased to be able to offer some of our reviewers, the opportunity to try either the Sweet Chilli Relish, or the NEW Hot Chilli Relish.

 

 

BAR2338 Anathoth Farm HOT Chilli Relish 420g


Anathoth Farm Hot Chilli Relish:
With Sweet Chilli Relish already a huge hit with Kiwi consumers, Anathoth Farm decided it was time to introduce the ‘Hot’ version given the popularity of spicy sauces and foods.

 

 

Usage suggestions:
Mix a little with your chicken or seafood for a little ‘zest’
Mix according to taste, with mayonnaise and serve on hamburgers;

  • Naturally gluten free
  • No added preservatives
  • No added colours
  • No added flavours
  • NZ tomatoes, apples and capsicums

 

 

Review from Debbie Snell

The Anathoth Hot Chilli Relish review.
Photo 14-09-14 6 32 01 pmHubby opened the container and commented how yummy it smelt and described it as a fruity smell.
He tasted a little bit at first and thought it had some heat to it and it tasted amazing.
It’s got a fantastic chutney type taste with a really fantastic kick of chilli. It isn’t super hot but it isn’t mild either.
In our opinion it has the right amount of full on flavour and the heat of the chilli sneaks up on you and gives your taste buds a bit of a punch.
Hubby is a great guy but he isn’t big on raving about anything and he was very pleased about the Anathoths hot chilli relish.

The first time hubby made it he used it in chicken, noodles and mixed veges. We completely forgot about taking a picture and by the time I remembered it was all gone. Delicious too.
So the picture displayed is macaroni cheese with a chilli relish cheese sauce.
5Stars

So our household gives it a big five stars and it’s smoking hot and really fantastic.

 

Review by Haley
I was lucky enough to try both the Sweet Chilli Relish and the Hot Chilli Relish. My husband is a fan of Anathoth Farm products so you can imagine the excitement when he saw these to try. I myself am not a huge relish fan, but have found ways of using it is cooking.

We were very unsure about Hot Chilli Relish at first. Although I do like a bite to my food, there are only a restricted amount of things I thought this could be used for. Definitely not my Savoury scrolls that I make. I was surprised that this was not as hot as I had thought it might be, but it definitely was not the type of relish that I would put on a cheese and relish sandwich. I did find ways to use it however that did add a nice flavour. The favourite being in my tomato pasta sauce. It was nice to add just a little bit but still taste the flavours.

I was keen to try the sweet chilli relish as this is to me sounded more like sweet chill sauce that I use. I was glad that it had more of a savoury taste to it. This was great on a ham and salad sandwich. It also when well mixed with cream cheese as a cracker dip.

Thanks Anathoth Farm for improving the design of your lid – big improvement

Review by Mark
Hot Chilli Relish.
First of all well done on the new lid design, it is now so much easier to open/close without making a mess.
I love the flavour of chillies( I even grow them :) ) and I like the heat you get when you use them in or on food, so I was going into this relish thinking it will be a bit like other “hot” sauces/relishes and be what I would call mild at best.
However upon first taste I was impressed, although still on the lower end of my hot scale, this relish does leave a nice little tingle in the mouth that lets you know you’ve had chilli. The flavour is spot on with a sweet flavour that complements so many different foods. My favourite was on cheese sandwiches (Fresh or toasted) but it really surprised me where it could be used, even added to a casserole at one point to ad to the flavour base.
All in all I think this is a great tasting relish with great flavours and a good amount of heat without going over the top and as far as I am concerned it is going to be a staple in our pantry.

2 comments

  1. One of the many things I made with this very versatile relish is this dish:
    Savoury Rolls

    2 Cups Flour
    1 tsp Baking Powder
    pinch salt
    3 Tablespoons Butter
    3/4 Cup Milk +extra
    1 Cup Grated Cheese
    3 Tablespoons Anathoth Farm Hot Chilli Relish
    Bacon bits/ Feta/ Onion/ Other (if desired)

    Sift together dry ingredients. Rub in Butter. Add Milk to form a soft dough. You may need a little bit more just add a tablespoon at a time to avoid it becoming too wet. Roll out dough to form a 20-30cm rectangle and spread on relish.
    Sprinkle cheese over entire area (add bacon etc here as well if required).
    Roll up to form a sausage shape.
    Brush edge with more milk to seal.
    Cut into slices or equal size.
    Place on a baking tray and brush with milk.
    Bake for 15 minutes at 230°C.

  2. It is beyond delicious with peanut butter! The gingery-ness of this relish is a perfect quick satay-type base. I just heat them together then thin as required, to pour over veges. Or skip the sauce, and spread the relish and peanut butter on bread or corn thins. Yum.

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