Chilli vodka

Chilli vodka

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Prep: 5 mins Plus marinating


Makes 1 litre
This fun gift takes just a few minutes to prepare, perfect for adding some kick to a Bloody Mary, or just enjoying over ice

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  • 2 fat red chilli, plus extra for bottling
  • 1l vodka



    Originally associated with Russia, Slavonic, Baltic and Scandinavian countries, vodka has become…


  1. Slice the chillies and mix with the vodka in a large bottle or jug. Leave for 4-5 hrs. Strain out the chillies and pour back into a bottle to store until needed. Just before giving away, decant into smaller glass bottles, pop a whole chilli in each and label.

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Comments (31)

keithgibo's picture

I tried this , it is amazing , works well too with gin.

keithgibo's picture

I tried this , it is amazing , works well too with gin.

botleypark402's picture

Ikea has slightly larger ones, some with stars on which are ideal for Christmas, for £1.99

run2col's picture

I love these comments and answers*they realy help. Just thought I wopuld share that bit of info*****

juicewithvino's picture

Jamie Oliver @ Home does great storage bottles and jars, pretty good prices too.

gangajay's picture

I've seen bottles like that at IKEA

katieb_80's picture

Anyone know where to get small bottles with stoppers!

llaundy's picture

I made this last year for a friend and it kept for at least 6months, think she may still have some left and it still gives a kick. My friend said it was really good and enjoyed it tremendously.

jayne_1102's picture

Has anyone tried this? How long will it keep for? Was thinking of doing this for Xmas presents? Hope you can help....thanks


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