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Flying Goose Sriracha Hot Chill Sauce (455ml) £1.99 @ Aldi

£1.99 @ ALDI
Nice sauce this, as you probably know. Nice little kick with garlic, normally about a quid more. I think this is to do with their Chinese New Year offerings. Read More
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Nice sauce this, as you probably know. Nice little kick with garlic, normally about a quid more. I think this is to do with their Chinese New Year offerings.
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The goose is practically flavourless compared to the rooster by Huy Fong. Sainsburys now stock it for £3 and it's definitely worth paying a little extra for.

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1 Like #1
I think home bargains have this for £1.49
2 Likes #2
B&m do it for £1.29
#3
Is this the same one in Itsu?
1 Like #4
how do you
pronounce sriracha?
2 Likes #5
The sauce is lovely tho. Especially flying Goose
#6
trd
how do you
pronounce sriracha?


how it reads i guess
banned 1 Like #7
Lovely stuff on my last bottle, thanks op.
2 Likes #8
squiby
trd
how do you
pronounce sriracha?
how it reads i guess
Thai pronunciation is C raachaa.
Originated in Sri Racha in Thailand, but not a protected origin so knock-offs exist everywhere, including this one. Not bad but nothing like a proper "nam prik" (dipping sauce). If you like this type of sauce then take a look at the Crying Tiger sauce at mythaicurry,com, sheer heaven.


Edited By: roame on Jan 26, 2017 21:00
2 Likes #9
It's got a really nice heat without the crazy burn, makes a nice hot dip
1 Like #10
This stuff is yuck.
1 Like #11
Had this at Thai edge restaurant loved the stuff but quite a few E numbers that pit me off
#12
trd
how do you
pronounce sriracha?

Sir- ra-tcha

Edited By: catbeans on Jan 26, 2017 21:21
6 Likes #13
The goose is practically flavourless compared to the rooster by Huy Fong. Sainsburys now stock it for £3 and it's definitely worth paying a little extra for.
1 Like #14
HUKDposter
The goose is practically flavourless compared to the rooster by Huy Fong. Sainsburys now stock it for £3 and it's definitely worth paying a little extra for.
Agreed,
1 Like #15
catbeans
trd
how do you
pronounce sriracha?
Sir- ra-tcha
Try telling a local in Thailand that is where you want to go and expect a blank stare.
#16
Whats the yellow cap version like?
#17
Bag of sugar with water chilli and garlic in it.
#18
magpiecleaningco
Bag of sugar with water chilli and garlic in it.


is this the one with loads of E numbers too?
#19
catbeans
trd
how do you
pronounce sriracha?
Sir- ra-tcha
Imagine a cowboy going "Yes, sireee!" well take his "i" out and that's your man.
1 Like #20
mo4g_777
Had this at Thai edge restaurant loved the stuff but quite a few E numbers that pit me off


Ha ha I looked at my bottle I have in and didn't realise how many there are.Crazy but nice though.
#21
The flying goose brand is in my opinion the best tasting! Have bought many bottles of all the brands as sometimes flying goose brand is hard to get.
1 Like #22
squiby
magpiecleaningco
Bag of sugar with water chilli and garlic in it.
is this the one with loads of E numbers too?
Hopefully
#23
had a bottle of the rooster one, tasted fowl (_;)
#24
no wild goose chase available in all stores.
#25
Is this the same as the one you can get in Sainsbury? I bought one fro Aldi before and didnt like it as much as Sainsbury one. Sriracha is lovely though, great with Chicken and Chorizo kebabs.
1 Like #26
pavsingh
Is this the same one in Itsu?
Yes.
1 Like #27
Use this to make prison pad thai. Cook a packet of cheap instant noodles chicken flavour; in a bowl mix some siracha with peanut butter in quantities you like; add the cooked noodles and some of the chicken stock, again, to your liking.
#28
not another goose chase
#29
squiby
trd
how do you
pronounce sriracha?
how it reads i guess
S I R A C H A
#30
Thai ketchup!
#31
HUKDposter
The goose is practically flavourless compared to the rooster by Huy Fong. Sainsburys now stock it for £3 and it's definitely worth paying a little extra for.
Agreed!
#32
if in merton/mitcham area the Chinese supermarket /cash & carry has loads of versions of this eg extra sour /extra hot and extra garlic
#33
MadeInBeats
Use this to make prison pad thai. Cook a packet of cheap instant noodles chicken flavour; in a bowl mix some siracha with peanut butter in quantities you like; add the cooked noodles and some of the chicken stock, again, to your liking.
Urgh! Think I'm going to throw up. oO
1 Like #34
mo4g_777
Had this at Thai edge restaurant loved the stuff but quite a few E numbers that pit me off
Nothing really that contentious. Far Eastern manufacturers use the numbers rather than words because it takes up less room and is a multi-language standard.

E260 - acetic acid
E330 - citric acid
E621 - monosodium glutamate
E415 - xanthan gum
E202 - Potassium sorbate
1 Like #35
This sauce + mayo = <3
#36
HUKDposter
The goose is practically flavourless compared to the rooster by Huy Fong. Sainsburys now stock it for £3 and it's definitely worth paying a little extra for.

Totally agree. Didn't know Sainsburys stocked it though - I was buying it for £5 a go from a local Vietnamese restaurant so thanks!
#37
costco do about a litre bottle for about £5 too
#38
Mix this with mayo and its amazing :)
#39
I have a bottle of this with a green top (not sure if that makes any difference), I think I bought it from Tesco, it's lovely stuff, I've just added some to some Swedish Quorn balls and spaghetti, yumm :)
#40
mo4g_777
Had this at Thai edge restaurant loved the stuff but quite a few E numbers that pit me off


Most things have E numbers, even fresh fruit...

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