Lee Kum Kee chilli garlic sauce 368g (pack of 3) £5.70 @ Amazon Add On Item / Minimum Spend £20 (s&s with prime £4.80)
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Lee Kum Kee chilli garlic sauce 368g (pack of 3) £5.70 @ Amazon Add On Item / Minimum Spend £20 (s&s with prime £4.80)

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Found 15th Jan
No preservatives, No MSG
Ingredients
Salted Chili Pepper (Chili, Salt), Garlic, Water, Sugar, Rice Vinegar (Contains Wheat), Modified Corn Starch, Acetic Acid.
Tesco selling a jar of 190g for £1.89
But Amazon works out a jar of 368g for £1.90. (S&s prime £1.60 per jar)
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Why are there so many OP's asking to be treated gently? makes me cringe Plus a deal is either good or bad, posters strange personal connection to their deal and who take criticism of the deal as criticism to them truly baffles me. My heart rejoices these days when op's put their hands up and accept when a better deal and or constructive criticism is giving.
All these cold comments are more than a little unreasonable as you imply that we all happen to have a Chinese Emporium that we get to visit.

For me, this Amazon Deal is just that a Deal because it would cost me double the Amazon cost to drive to my "local" Chinese outlet and back and so HOT from me.
Welcome to HUKD.

Sauces like these can often be found cheaper in chinese supermarkets.

The major one is Wing Yip and Co who have this size for £1.70.

wingyipstore.co.uk/lee…tml
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£1.90 a jar? Expensive.
My first deal posting. Please be gentle. I have been buying this product from Tesco in the past, but now I found it was much cheaper in Amazon. Really nice sauce for rice, noodle or chinese cooking, not too hotXD
Great product and price - thanks for posting
flashing3 m ago

Please read my subject, 3 pack of 368gram jar from Amazon for £5.70. Tesco …Please read my subject, 3 pack of 368gram jar from Amazon for £5.70. Tesco is just comparison.



I think your subject was read. The comment was just that £1.90 sounds expensive for a jar of sauce...
Rastafari12 m ago

£1.90 a jar? Expensive.


Big Jar. Made of fresh chilli pepper and garlic. Real worth paying for it. I could make it myself, but Fresh chilli is expensive.
Rastafari23 m ago

£1.90 a jar? Expensive.


You get what you pay for with this sauce - it’s great quality
jimmythecat12335 m ago

You get what you pay for with this sauce - it’s great quality


I buy this sauce for £1.75 in Chinese shop. £1.90 is expensive. Cold.
Welcome to HUKD.

Sauces like these can often be found cheaper in chinese supermarkets.

The major one is Wing Yip and Co who have this size for £1.70.

wingyipstore.co.uk/lee…tml
Thanks, £4.84 with my S&S.
The reviews say this sauce is a terrible webcam.
LesD7 m ago

Welcome to HUKD.Sauces like these can often be found cheaper in chinese …Welcome to HUKD.Sauces like these can often be found cheaper in chinese supermarkets.The major one is Wing Yip and Co who have this size for £1.70.https://www.wingyipstore.co.uk/lee-kum-kee-lkk-chilli-garlic-sauce-368g.html


Correct. £1.90 is expensive. And you have to buy three. No good deal.
All these cold comments are more than a little unreasonable as you imply that we all happen to have a Chinese Emporium that we get to visit.

For me, this Amazon Deal is just that a Deal because it would cost me double the Amazon cost to drive to my "local" Chinese outlet and back and so HOT from me.
LesD9 m ago

Welcome to HUKD.Sauces like these can often be found cheaper in chinese …Welcome to HUKD.Sauces like these can often be found cheaper in chinese supermarkets.The major one is Wing Yip and Co who have this size for £1.70.https://www.wingyipstore.co.uk/lee-kum-kee-lkk-chilli-garlic-sauce-368g.html


Not cheap from our local chinese supermarket. The link you sent, the cheapest delivery cost is 6.97. If s&s in Amazon, each jar only cost about £1.60. Order over £20, free delivery.
Rastafari13 m ago

I buy this sauce for £1.75 in Chinese shop. £1.90 is expensive. Cold.


If S&s in Amazon with prime, it cost £1.60 per jar.
What dishes would this be good in?
Why are there so many OP's asking to be treated gently? makes me cringe Plus a deal is either good or bad, posters strange personal connection to their deal and who take criticism of the deal as criticism to them truly baffles me. My heart rejoices these days when op's put their hands up and accept when a better deal and or constructive criticism is giving.
Lmao at the last 2 comments on the link
flashing2 h, 5 m ago

Modified Corn Starch


A little more worrying than preservatives imo.
davening7 h, 18 m ago

What dishes would this be good in?


Mix it 1:2 with hoisin for Kung Po is my favourite
it gives a great kick to a lot of dishes
flashing8 h, 27 m ago

If S&s in Amazon with prime, it cost £1.60 per jar.


So...not the deal posted then.
Sawb7 h, 10 m ago

Why are there so many OP's asking to be treated gently? makes me cringe …Why are there so many OP's asking to be treated gently? makes me cringe Plus a deal is either good or bad, posters strange personal connection to their deal and who take criticism of the deal as criticism to them truly baffles me. My heart rejoices these days when op's put their hands up and accept when a better deal and or constructive criticism is giving.


I tell you why as we like to be treated gently not only on the post but also in the real life. So to be a gentleman or not is your choice. But this post has no personal connection, however all responses including mine show our own personalities. I would accept if there was better deal, however there was none yet, Chinese supermarket price is still more expensive than s&s prime.
flashing14 h, 51 m ago

Big Jar. Made of fresh chilli pepper and garlic. Real worth paying for it. …Big Jar. Made of fresh chilli pepper and garlic. Real worth paying for it. I could make it myself, but Fresh chilli is expensive.


It's much cheaper to buy fresh chilli from a Chinese supermarket including birds eye chilli if there's one locally. Alternatively you can buy dried whole red chilli from any Asian supermarket (buy a small packet first as some brand/varieties are more spicier than the other).De-seed as you wish, cut into suitable size with scissors and then boil to re-hydrate to make pastes, sauces, etc. Where I live, I find it's cheaper buying whole dried red chilli from a Pakistani store compared to Chinese/Thai store.
davening16th Jan

What dishes would this be good in?


I use it straight in stir-frys. Tasty, but spicy!
Sounds salty.
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