Devil's Mortar; Spicy, Spreadable, Stunning.
Our famous squidgy, spicy, spreadable sausage inspired by a Scottish recipe from the 1800s.
High welfare, heritage breed pork and pork fat, along with heaps of locally-smoked chillis, dried tomatoes and anchovy oil. Perfect for smearing on bread or snazzying up your spag bol.
As featured on the Tooley Street Burger; Honest Burgers, London Bridge.
Both Half & Whole have a best before of 3 months, but a use-by of 6 months.
Photo by RJA Photography
100 % High-Welfare Heritage Breed Pork and Pork Fat; Made in a Beef Casing. Contains fish
Crazily delicious and addictive, with the added bonus that it's made from high welfare meat. Forget your ndujas and sobrasadas, this is the stuff! Using it instead of lamb to make lahmacun this weekend can't wait :-)
This stuff should come with a health warning...it’s soooooo addictively delicious that you could even spread it on your dogs dry biscuits and you’d devour the lot! A perfect amount of heat, not as hot as the name suggests. 10/10.
Warning! Devil’s Mortar is addictive stuff. I assume that one can cook with it, in the same way that one can cook with the similar Italian and Spanish products (though to my mind this is tastier than both of those); however I haven’t got past the stage of just slathering it on sourdough toast. Fab with a soft boiled egg in the morning; gorgeous with some cheese and soup for lunch; handy for a quick snack whenever. Seriously, if you like chilli, buy some. I even sent it to my brother for his birthday.
Absolute gold. On toast, with pasta or mixed with bechamel and deep fried to make croquettes its just out of this world
Absolutely delicious. A chilli hit but not too much. And a great texture which melts into roast aubergine. I’ve also fried it in bits for sprinkling on savoy cabbage or mushrooms. Fantastic stuff.