After a couple of years of experimenting with different boilie recipes, I have come full circle revisiting one of my first recipes as I had a lot of success on them.
As the CHILLIMIX1 was one of my first recipes but lacked in experience of bait making behind it so I have tweaked it so it will roll better and hopefully be even more successful.
And I have to say the finished results look great, a really solid boilie and they absolutely stink without even soaking them in any liquids, they also have a natural colour and oily tinge that should leak off favour into the layers drawing the carp to feed on the bottom.
Carp love all things spicy so this recipe is a real winner so give it a go!
Designed for a 500g mix
Semolina – 230 g
Soya – 105g
Maize Meal – 75g
Milk powder – 40g
Wheat Germ – 25g
Curry Powder – 20g
Piri Piri Powder – 5g
2 teaspoons of chilli flakes
4 eggs per 500g mix
A touch of red dye
10ml of oil(hemp or sunflower)
Dry for 24 hours then freeze, ready for when you next go fishing.
To get a better roll try adding the basemix to the egg mix instead of the other way round. Add 2 or 3 scoops of dry mix then mix it into the liquid egg mix then repeat the process until you get the desired doughy texture.
I thought I would do something a little different for this post so check out this video of me making the ‘Hot and Spicy’ boilies.
I hope you enjoyed this recipe and if you fancy giving it a go and have a great result on it please leave a comment below I would love hear about it.
Remember to check out my other posts on all things homemade boilie related and tight lines.