The curry, available in stores including Leeds and Sheffield, costs £1.50 and is made using the world's hottest chilli - the Naga.
Naga chillis have a Scoville rating of up to one million, which is 200 times hotter than Tabasco Sauce or a Jalapeno.
In fact, the dish is so hot that it actually comes with a warning label.
Some Naga chilli variants are so hot that they are used in tear gas grenades.
The dish has been given an age warning - only those over the age of 16 are advised to attempt to eat it.
Do you know someone brave enough?