MORRISONS Bromsgrove is launching a new eight chilli rated curry, after customers complained its Volcanic Vindaloo wasn't hot enough.

The Flaming Fiery Phaal has been created by Morrisons' chefs, who have scoured the country to find the hottest recipe possible.

Their search led them to Birmingham's Bangladeshi restaurants, the home of the phaal, which is often considered the fieriest and most challenging curry in the world.

Reviews from Morrisons' curry-regulars claimed their previous hottest curry - the Volcanic Vindaloo - wasn't hot enough, and asked the supermarket to create a 'much hotter version'.

Morrisons Bromsgrove’s Flaming Fiery Phaal contains Scorpion Chillies which top the Scoville Heat Scale – which ranks how hot a chilli is – in addition to Naga and green chillies.

It boasts an eight chilli rating to make it the hottest supermarket curry ever.

Anthony Davies, at Morrisons Bromsgrove, said: “We love to hear back from customers and were happy to take on the challenge.

"The difficulty when making a phaal is to make sure it’s got as much flavour as it has heat. But we think we’ve pulled it off.”

The Flaming Fiery Phaal contains chargrilled chicken breast, a thick tomato and onion base, and a huge array of spices – including paprika, garlic, ginger, coriander, turmeric, cinnamon, nutmeg, fennel, fenugreek and cardamom.

It will be available on shelf in Buntsford Park Road for National Curry Week from the 8th October, and will cost £2.

Morrisons Bromsgrove is also launching Roulette Bhajis – a box of 12 onion bhajis with three of those being extra spicy - for those who want to take a heat-filled gamble. Roulette Bhajis will be available from the deli counter and will cost £1.90 for a box of 12.