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

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Found 26th Jan 2017
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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    I think home bargains have this for £1.49
    B&m do it for £1.29
    Is this the same one in Itsu?
    how do you
    pronounce sriracha?
    The sauce is lovely tho. Especially flying Goose
    trd

    how do you pronounce sriracha?



    ​how it reads i guess
    Banned
    Lovely stuff on my last bottle, thanks op.
    squiby

    ​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" 26th Jan 2017
    It's got a really nice heat without the crazy burn, makes a nice hot dip
    This stuff is yuck.
    Had this at Thai edge restaurant loved the stuff but quite a few E numbers that pit me off
    trd

    how do you pronounce sriracha?



    Sir- ra-tcha
    Edited by: "catbeans" 26th Jan 2017
    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.
    HUKDposter

    The goose is practically flavourless compared to the rooster by Huy Fong. … 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,
    catbeans

    Sir- ra-tcha


    Try telling a local in Thailand that is where you want to go and expect a blank stare.
    Whats the yellow cap version like?
    Bag of sugar with water chilli and garlic in it.
    magpiecleaningco

    Bag of sugar with water chilli and garlic in it.



    ​is this the one with loads of E numbers too?
    catbeans

    Sir- ra-tcha


    Imagine a cowboy going "Yes, sireee!" well take his "i" out and that's your man.
    mo4g_777

    Had this at Thai edge restaurant loved the stuff but quite a few E … 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.
    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.
    squiby

    ​is this the one with loads of E numbers too?


    Hopefully
    had a bottle of the rooster one, tasted fowl (_;)
    no wild goose chase available in all stores.
    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.
    pavsingh

    Is this the same one in Itsu?


    Yes.
    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.
    not another goose chase
    squiby

    ​how it reads i guess


    S I R A C H A
    Thai ketchup!
    HUKDposter

    The goose is practically flavourless compared to the rooster by Huy Fong. … 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!
    if in merton/mitcham area the Chinese supermarket /cash & carry has loads of versions of this eg extra sour /extra hot and extra garlic
    MadeInBeats

    Use this to make prison pad thai. Cook a packet of cheap instant noodles … 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
    mo4g_777

    Had this at Thai edge restaurant loved the stuff but quite a few E … 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
    This sauce + mayo =
    HUKDposter

    The goose is practically flavourless compared to the rooster by Huy Fong. … 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!
    costco do about a litre bottle for about £5 too
    Mix this with mayo and its amazing
    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
    mo4g_777

    Had this at Thai edge restaurant loved the stuff but quite a few E … 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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