Flying Goose Brand Sriracha Super Hot Chilli Sauce (455ml) £1.50 @ Asda
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Flying Goose Brand Sriracha Super Hot Chilli Sauce (455ml) £1.50 @ Asda

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Hot, in more ways than one. I'm on my way to go get a few bottles as I use this stuff in virtually every savoury thing I eat.
Picked up a couple bottles from Morrisons last week. Nice price too, around £1.50 I think.

Tasted bit different than usual, hotter maybe, and it gave me the runs for a week solid until I stopped using it. Didn't really think much of it until I was dossing around the kitchen and noticed..

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It was some Uni Eagle copy cat brand!

Uni Eagle. What. X)


The best of the readily available chili sauces,lovely.
huy fong decent imo
Vanderlust

Picked up a couple bottles from Morrisons last week. Nice price too, … Picked up a couple bottles from Morrisons last week. Nice price too, around £1.50 I think.Tasted bit different than usual, hotter maybe, and it gave me the runs for a week solid until I stopped using it. Didn't really think much of it until I was dossing around the kitchen and noticed..It was some Uni Eagle copy cat brand! :DUni Eagle. What. X)




There are two types: one with a red top and one with green. The green is milder and tastes much better. Usually retails at £2.89 at my local cash and carry. This is a good price!
coco_cool

There are two types: one with a red top and one with green. The green is … There are two types: one with a red top and one with green. The green is milder and tastes much better. Usually retails at £2.89 at my local cash and carry. This is a good price!



​if you notice the one he said he got is different to the flying goose original one I think that's what he meant
mygoditsfullofst

The best of the readily available chili sauces,lovely.



Caribbean sauce is for people who like chilli, this stuff is way to vinegary and just tastes synthetic.
Or make your own with fresh chillies - cheaper, healthier and hotter. Better as well as it doesn't make my fries soggy.
cossy3

Caribbean sauce is for people who like chilli, this stuff is way to … Caribbean sauce is for people who like chilli, this stuff is way to vinegary and just tastes synthetic.



Odd that, I would say the opposite. Many supermarket chilli sauces (Nandos and Encona) are heavy on the vinegar flavour. Don't find that with this, I just get a nice hit of chilli and garlic.
HOT op :P
Hot have some heat
siliconbits

Or make your own with fresh chillies - cheaper, healthier and hotter. … Or make your own with fresh chillies - cheaper, healthier and hotter. Better as well as it doesn't make my fries soggy.



What is your recipe for chilli sauce? I found most chilli makes fries soggy.
Thai ketchup!
cossy3

Caribbean sauce is for people who like chilli, this stuff is way to … Caribbean sauce is for people who like chilli, this stuff is way to vinegary and just tastes synthetic.


This is a Thai chili sauce. It's got a different flavor compared to Caribbean chilli sauces. You can't compare the two directly.
Edited by: "jsty3105" 1st Nov 2015
Iz so gu !
Fantastic sauce, goes with just about everything you'd want a little heat with. The red cap hotter one is just as good as the regular, and the gold cap with extra garlic is great with minced beef dishes.
zpider242

Odd that, I would say the opposite. Many supermarket chilli sauces … Odd that, I would say the opposite. Many supermarket chilli sauces (Nandos and Encona) are heavy on the vinegar flavour. Don't find that with this, I just get a nice hit of chilli and garlic.



Thats something very important to mention. I love chilli sauce but I stupidly bought this without reading that its a GARLIC chilli sauce. Ended up going in the bin as no one really likes Garlic in our house and thats all we could taste in this sauce. Currently using Phsycho Juice selection and that is amazing if you want a 'burn your mouth off' chilli sauce that actually tastes of something other than vinegar.

Edited by: "reaper200" 1st Nov 2015
shepherds pies....
zpider242

Odd that, I would say the opposite. Many supermarket chilli sauces … Odd that, I would say the opposite. Many supermarket chilli sauces (Nandos and Encona) are heavy on the vinegar flavour. Don't find that with this, I just get a nice hit of chilli and garlic.


Got to agree with you there. I'm not a vinegar fan and this is better for adding a hit of heat to dishes than Tabasco or Econa. For burgers and hotdogs though, Maggi extra hot chill sauce beats everything else hands down.
zpider242

Odd that, I would say the opposite. Many supermarket chilli sauces … Odd that, I would say the opposite. Many supermarket chilli sauces (Nandos and Encona) are heavy on the vinegar flavour. Don't find that with this, I just get a nice hit of chilli and garlic.



Yup,my view too. I used to like Encona but this is way better, my humble anyway.
I prefer TheRibMan sauces
Never tried it but might give it a go for this price.
Me too love this product-after seeing all the E stuffs (preservatives etc) trying to avoid using it much..have a look at the E stuff before you buy again!!
schwarzennegger

Me too love this product-after seeing all the E stuffs (preservatives … Me too love this product-after seeing all the E stuffs (preservatives etc) trying to avoid using it much..have a look at the E stuff before you buy again!!



E numbers aren't necessarily a bad thing though, they are heavily tested and include things like ascorbic acid (Vit C) and oxygen.
is this a Goose chase?
muckspreader1

Never tried it but might give it a go for this price.


This is pretty much the go-to Thai chilli sauce for people that like Thai-style chilli sauces. Goes great with loads of things.
have some heat
Good deal .. but IMO the Rooster one is the one to get ... harder to find though and not sold in the main supermarket chains last I checked.
> open bag of crisps (any flavor)
> Squeeze in this stuff
> Little shake
> Beast
siliconbits

Or make your own with fresh chillies - cheaper, healthier and hotter. … Or make your own with fresh chillies - cheaper, healthier and hotter. Better as well as it doesn't make my fries soggy.



Why are you in this post? Lol
zpider242

Odd that, I would say the opposite. Many supermarket chilli sauces … Odd that, I would say the opposite. Many supermarket chilli sauces (Nandos and Encona) are heavy on the vinegar flavour. Don't find that with this, I just get a nice hit of chilli and garlic.



Heavy on vinegar and salt. This on the other hand is like ketchup mixed with garlic powder (which leaves that nasty residual taste, rather than fresh garlic). I bought it once and quickly got disgusted with it. Might be good for BBQ, though
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TygerTyger

Good deal .. but IMO the Rooster one is the one to get ... harder to find … Good deal .. but IMO the Rooster one is the one to get ... harder to find though and not sold in the main supermarket chains last I checked.



sainsburys.co.uk/sho…5ml
I bought one from Tk Maxx where it was reduced to 1 pound and in glass packing
Can get the Huy Fong (Rooster) version in Longdan supermarkets.
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