SRIRACHA Extra Hot Chilli Sauce 435ml £2 @ Poundworld Instore
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SRIRACHA Extra Hot Chilli Sauce 435ml £2 @ Poundworld Instore

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Found 25th Jan
Suree Sriracha (try saying that 5 times fast) £2 for 435ml bottle
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Huy Fong Sriacha for the win for me.
Edited by: "JohnTerry26" 25th Jan
RickDoyle9 m ago

I've never understood the fascination with obliterating ones taste buds. …I've never understood the fascination with obliterating ones taste buds. Is it a macho pride thing or do you genuinely like the flavour?


Horses for courses isn't it. If you've grown up only eating bland food, never tried anything more exciting than mashed potato then it won't be for you.
Edited by: "Murtin" 25th Jan
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Anything more than £1 in Poundworld should be reported to trade descriptions
£1.99 at home bargains also
cjm15027351 m ago

Anything more than £1 in Poundworld should be reported to trade …Anything more than £1 in Poundworld should be reported to trade descriptions


Is it going to be renamed twopoundworld?
This will blow your head off though!
not the real stuff real stuff has the chicken on it
steven336712 m ago

not the real stuff real stuff has the chicken on it


It is a different brand! Authentic from Thailand.It is a matter of personal taste which you prefer, if you have tried both.
Edited by: "thomasleep" 25th Jan
Flying Goose brand is the best. As blue1971 said, Homebargains or B & M for £1.99
Huy Fong Sriacha for the win for me.
Edited by: "JohnTerry26" 25th Jan
Heat added
I've never understood the fascination with obliterating ones taste buds.

Is it a macho pride thing or do you genuinely like the flavour?
RickDoyle9 m ago

I've never understood the fascination with obliterating ones taste buds. …I've never understood the fascination with obliterating ones taste buds. Is it a macho pride thing or do you genuinely like the flavour?


Horses for courses isn't it. If you've grown up only eating bland food, never tried anything more exciting than mashed potato then it won't be for you.
Edited by: "Murtin" 25th Jan
Huy Fong is indeed the way to go. But does anyone know where to buy it other than Amazon?

Although its called Huy Fong. Maybe you can buy it in Ann Summers?
Edited by: "hotyoda" 25th Jan
RickDoyle51 m ago

I've never understood the fascination with obliterating ones taste buds. …I've never understood the fascination with obliterating ones taste buds. Is it a macho pride thing or do you genuinely like the flavour?



This isn't that hot and it doesn't taste vinegary like Tabasco and its clones. What its really good for is adding just a little heat to stir fries and similar foods - which is brilliant if you have a partner who hates chili.
It is a bit harsh for burgers though - Maggi "Extra Hot" (it isn't) is top dog for that.
hotyoda46 m ago

Huy Fong is indeed the way to go. But does anyone know where to buy it …Huy Fong is indeed the way to go. But does anyone know where to buy it other than Amazon? Although its called Huy Fong. Maybe you can buy it in Ann Summers?


I get huy fong from home bargains whenever im in harlow. Its my favourite. Not so hot that it overpowers and it has a great salty sweet garlickness (in my opinion). £2 there. Ive also seen in in waitrose in saffron walden for £3 so assume national for both
Murtin1 h, 14 m ago

Horses for courses isn't it. If you've grown up only eating bland food, …Horses for courses isn't it. If you've grown up only eating bland food, never tried anything more exciting than mashed potato then it won't be for you.


I've developed a liking for a few jalapenos on pizzas and a bit heat in a satay Chinese meal, but I can't fathom the level of burn that some people desire.
RickDoyle56 m ago

I've developed a liking for a few jalapenos on pizzas and a bit heat in a …I've developed a liking for a few jalapenos on pizzas and a bit heat in a satay Chinese meal, but I can't fathom the level of burn that some people desire.


LOL you are going on a bit about people wanting a bit of hot sauce It's not really one of life's great mysteries is it? Some like it a bit hotsome don't.

And this is not a really hot sauce anyway...just a bit of tasty heat...bit like liking some jalapeños on a pizza. 😄
damonb11 h, 28 m ago

I get huy fong from home bargains whenever im in harlow. Its my …I get huy fong from home bargains whenever im in harlow. Its my favourite. Not so hot that it overpowers and it has a great salty sweet garlickness (in my opinion). £2 there. Ive also seen in in waitrose in saffron walden for £3 so assume national for both


Mucho appreciated...will check out our local home bargains. It's £7 on Amazon....and that's really pushing the boundaries of what I'm willing to pay....as good as it is! Although we are off to the states in august so we could pick some up from walmart. 😃😃
I like sriracha sauce (particularly on bland pizzas and spag bol), but has anyone noticed how high the sugar content is in some of these brands? Huy Fong isn't too bad at 10%, but Flying Goose at 18% and this Suree brand at a crazy 25% are just unnecessarily piling on the sugar, IMHO.

I've been looking at other (non-sriracha) hot sauces instead with lower sugar content and have a pile of them in the fridge to try out...once I run out of Flying Goose sriracha first...
hotyoda6 h, 27 m ago

Huy Fong is indeed the way to go. But does anyone know where to buy it …Huy Fong is indeed the way to go. But does anyone know where to buy it other than Amazon? Although its called Huy Fong. Maybe you can buy it in Ann Summers?



I've seen it in either Sainsburys, Waitrose or Tescos...possibly all of them but I remember the bottles were quite small. The Kingston branch of this place (see link) stocked it last time I went and in proper big bottles too.

longdan.co.uk/?mo…der
Wow who eats extra hot sriracha (and who hangs around these people with their breath after?).
Can anyone confirm percentage of chilli in this, it is usually mentioned in the ingredients list. 72% is the real good stuff. There are a lot of copy cats I have seen which are from 28% to 60%.

IMHO anything less than 50% is useless. 50-60% is manageable and it is only beyond that the real fun starts.
hotyoda25th Jan

Huy Fong is indeed the way to go. But does anyone know where to buy it …Huy Fong is indeed the way to go. But does anyone know where to buy it other than Amazon? Although its called Huy Fong. Maybe you can buy it in Ann Summers?


I get mine from Sainsbury's. Normally £3.
MaxC26th Jan

Can anyone confirm percentage of chilli in this, it is usually mentioned …Can anyone confirm percentage of chilli in this, it is usually mentioned in the ingredients list. 72% is the real good stuff. There are a lot of copy cats I have seen which are from 28% to 60%. IMHO anything less than 50% is useless. 50-60% is manageable and it is only beyond that the real fun starts.


Huy Fong is 78%. Love it on a fried egg sarnie
RickDoyle25th Jan

I've never understood the fascination with obliterating ones taste buds. …I've never understood the fascination with obliterating ones taste buds. Is it a macho pride thing or do you genuinely like the flavour?


nobody bothered to answer you, so I will. I actually like the taste it is pretty hot(all depends on your palate) but it has after tastes sweet yes lots of sugar but you do get garlic and paprika also.It is like curry in a very loose sense if you like korma or vindaloo in my opinion nothing to do with machismo more to do with if you like heat with other flavours and not just heat for the sake of it.
Baldieman6425th Jan

This isn't that hot and it doesn't taste vinegary like Tabasco and its …This isn't that hot and it doesn't taste vinegary like Tabasco and its clones. What its really good for is adding just a little heat to stir fries and similar foods - which is brilliant if you have a partner who hates chili.It is a bit harsh for burgers though - Maggi "Extra Hot" (it isn't) is top dog for that.


maggi extra hot is soooooo far removed from extra hot it it should be sued under the trade description act!
thomasleep9 h, 47 m ago

nobody bothered to answer you, so I will. I actually like the taste it is …nobody bothered to answer you, so I will. I actually like the taste it is pretty hot(all depends on your palate) but it has after tastes sweet yes lots of sugar but you do get garlic and paprika also.It is like curry in a very loose sense if you like korma or vindaloo in my opinion nothing to do with machismo more to do with if you like heat with other flavours and not just heat for the sake of it.


Thanks. A blast from the past.
I used to live with a mate who used to put hot sauce on most foods. I couldn't work out if he did it because he genuinely liked the taste, or if he just wanted people to think he was well 'ard.
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