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Flying Goose Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce £1.99 @ Lidl
Posted 12th May 2018Available: National

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455ml bottle. Seems like a good price (other stores may match the price).
As part of Asian Week

Also Flying Goose Sriracha Mayo Sauce 200ml for £1.69
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Note, this is not the Original Sriracha Sauce that you you can buy from the Chinese / Thai Market Outlets, also known as Rooster Sauce, it another Copy. The Original has a Rooster Pic on the Front not a Goose.

Worth paying the extra if you want the Original stuff.

Center one in Pic -

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Anyone else addicted to this stuff?
Pay the extra £1 and get the proper Rooster brand from Sainsburys. The difference between the two is like night and day.
Note, this is not the Original Sriracha Sauce that you you can buy from the Chinese / Thai Market Outlets, also known as Rooster Sauce, it another Copy. The Original has a Rooster Pic on the Front not a Goose.

Worth paying the extra if you want the Original stuff.

Center one in Pic -

33787182-xbrsP.jpg
This is the real stuff amazing ty op
cackinthesackjac1 h, 13 m ago

Anyone else addicted to this stuff?


Hardly surprising given the ingredients. Lots of additives.
£1 in the range
Hot, love this stuff.
They also have the Sriracha brand spicy mayo sauce back in stock - it's great also.
zirk12/05/2018 17:45

Note, this is not the Original Sriracha Sauce that you you can buy from …Note, this is not the Original Sriracha Sauce that you you can buy from the Chinese / Thai Market Outlets, also known as Rooster Sauce, it another Copy. The Original has a Rooster Pic on the Front not a Goose.Worth paying the extra if you want the Original stuff. Center one in Pic - [Image]


Mehhhh. Tried both, prefer the goose brand.

Also, don't quote me on this but I'm pretty sure the Rooster brand got brought out by a US company, while the goose brand is actually still a product of Thailand.
Edited by: "Rob_hd" 12th May 2018
Lurrrrrrrvly. Thanks op
Rob_hd12/05/2018 18:45

Mehhhh. Tried both, prefer the goose brand.Also, don't quote me on this …Mehhhh. Tried both, prefer the goose brand.Also, don't quote me on this but I'm pretty sure the Rooster brand got brought out by a US company, while the goose brand is actually still a product of Thailand.



The rooster brand has always been from California and is still made by the same man who invented it in the 70s. It's never been from Thailand. All other brands have to change the recipe slightly to not be a direct copy, and suffer for it.
Edited by: "HUKDposter" 12th May 2018
Same price in Iceland and Tesco.
Not hot enough for me so I give it a few shots of who dares burns 2nd assault to give it some kick .
HUKDposter12/05/2018 23:06

The rooster brand has always been from California and is still made by the …The rooster brand has always been from California and is still made by the same man who invented it in the 70s. It's never been from Thailand. All other brands have to change the recipe slightly to not be a direct copy, and suffer for it.


Not starting a debate or anything but calling it the "original" is a bit misleading.

en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sriracha_sauce
Edited by: "Rob_hd" 13th May 2018
Rob_hd13/05/2018 12:40

Not starting a debate or anything but calling it the "original" is a bit …Not starting a debate or anything but calling it the "original" is a bit misleading. en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sriracha_sauce



A few points:

1. I never said this was the original, so not sure why you put that in quotation marks.

2. Huy Fong - the rooster brand - is the first one to be produced and sold in this way in the US and has led to all of the other copycat brands (the eagle, the goose etc) so in that sense, Huy Fong is the original version of the modern, mass produced, westernized sriracha brands.

3. You've just proven your nonsense claim false that they've been bought out by an American company and are now apparently inferior for it, since your link also says that Huy Fong originates from California and is still produced there by the same man.
I like this particular sauce and it's currently £2.00 at Tesco if you don't Have a nearby Lidl. Only disappointing thing about it is the somewhat unnecessary 18% sugar in it, when other variants like Huy Fong have 10% sugar or less.
Edited by: "rkl" 9th Jun 2018
HUKDposter6 h, 40 m ago

A few points:1. I never said this was the original, so not sure why you …A few points:1. I never said this was the original, so not sure why you put that in quotation marks.2. Huy Fong - the rooster brand - is the first one to be produced and sold in this way in the US and has led to all of the other copycat brands (the eagle, the goose etc) so in that sense, Huy Fong is the original version of the modern, mass produced, westernized sriracha brands.3. You've just proven your nonsense claim false that they've been bought out by an American company and are now apparently inferior for it, since your link also says that Huy Fong originates from California and is still produced there by the same man.


1. Cool, but the other poster who I first quoted did. To be honest, I assumed it was them replying and didn't look at the name. Apologies for that.

2. Not really sure what your point is here.

3. I guess I was wrong. Which is why I said "don't quote me on this" implying I wasn't 100% certain.
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