London, July 10 : An Indian chef has created Bollywood Burner -the "hottest curry in the world" - which contains the Dorset Naga, a chilli that is 100 times hotter than a regular jalapeno as well as lamb and other peppers.
The 'brain storming' dish has been created by executive chef Vivek Singh, of London's Cinnamon Club restaurant, for a contest that marks the launch of Virgin Media's Bollywood Movies on Demand service.
The dish is so hot that it comes with a health warning.
"In my opinion, it is the hottest curry ever. When Virgin Media approached me, I saw it as a challenge," the Daily Star quoted Singh, as saying.
"Doing research, I was astonished that one of the world's hottest peppers came from Dorset. It's a fantastic traditional Indian recipe mixed with something English to create something new."
Virgin Media's Asam Ahmed said the recipe was being sent to the Guinness Book of Records in a bid to have its "world's hottest" tag officially recognised.
Although the curry is not going on the menu at the Cinnamon Club in Westminster, chef Vivek may cook it if it is ordered in advance.