Often the go-to choice for women who want to kick start labour, curry heat and spices can vary (so if you really can’t stomach a hot curry, you can still enjoy it). Really Indian cook in curry sauces all contain less than 1% fat and are available in three strengths – mild, medium and hot. (£2.75, ReallyIndian.com
Get the same punch as a Mexican “luchador” wrestler with these Kankun sauces (£2.99, kankunsauce.com
). Made from chipotle jalapeno peppers, they have a smoky spiciness and are perfect for adding extra heat to sauces, or used on their own as a dip for crisps.
Interesting fact: mustard seeds are neither hot nor pungent until they’re cracked or ground and mixed with a cold liquid. This combination results in mustard oil, which is extremely hot and potent. Hot-Headz! Hot 'n' Spicy Mustard (£3.49, hot-headz.com
) combines chillies and mustard for a head-exploding sauce to go with sausages, pork chops or beef.