suree sriracha chilli sauce extra hot 435ml, at £1.49p in home bargains, prenton, wirral
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suree sriracha chilli sauce extra hot 435ml, at £1.49p in home bargains, prenton, wirral

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Found 11th Oct 2016
suree sriracha chilli sauce extra hot 435ml, found this at £1.49p in my local home bargains in prenton, wirral.
expiry date june 2018. not sure if nationwide.
thought this was a good deal as i usually buy same item from my local oriental supermarkets at over £2.50.

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Been in stock in Leeds Merrion centre store for at least a month

I think this is nation wide as I have seen it in Belfast Home Bargain

This is a nice sauce, I like heat and this gives a reasonable amount without destroying the food taste

Picked up a gallon (US) of Frank's Red Hot Sauce for £5 from a wholesaler the other month, I have no more space for hot sauce atm.....

This stuff is great to mix with chopped onions, a bit of lemon juice and some fresh coriander leaves to put on your poppadoms

This has been in my local now for at least 8 months, highly recommended, very nice mixed with mayo for a quick spicy dip.
Edited by: "chelle33" 12th Oct 2016

mix it with mayo, its absolutely gorgeous! by itself tastes a bit harsh

HOT!

I noticed this too, it was half the price as the one in Sainsburys at the time. Then I noticed it had only about 30% chilli in the ingredients, and the rest is water and sugar. The one in sainsburys Huy Fong Foods (the popular one in the states) has 78% chilli, much better quality product. Cold from me.

Nudles

I noticed this too, it was half the price as the one in Sainsburys at the … I noticed this too, it was half the price as the one in Sainsburys at the time. Then I noticed it had only about 30% chilli in the ingredients, and the rest is water and sugar. The one in sainsburys Huy Fong Foods (the popular one in the states) has 78% chilli, much better quality product. Cold from me.


That's like writing off a beer because it hasn't got as much malt or hops before even tasting them. Could one use fresh chillies, the other dried? Are there rules? It all sounds a bit "My Dad can beat up your Dad"

Duelling Duck

That's like writing off a beer because it hasn't got as much malt or hops … That's like writing off a beer because it hasn't got as much malt or hops before even tasting them. Could one use fresh chillies, the other dried? Are there rules? It all sounds a bit "My Dad can beat up your Dad"



All terrible analogies. There is a clear taste difference between 60% water and sugar, and without.
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