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Loyd Grossman Pasta Sauce Jars now 90p @ Sainsburys in-store & online
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
Nice little reduction from the £1.00 a jar you can usually get these for.

Some are 2 for £1.50 in Morrisons.


One of the better ready made sauces, only buy it when it’s on offer though, cheaper to make your own when it’s £2




Yes Sorry just seen my mistake there, I'm multi tasking cooking dinner and baths and on here. I've edited to just the Pasta sauces.


Says curry sauces are £1

Dolmio Family Size 750g Lasagne Sauce Original Tomato and White / Smooth Bolognese plus others £1.29 @ Aldi in-store
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd MayLocalLocal
Had Tomato and Mushroom and Onion and Garlic too.

I agree


Aldi's own stuff is pretty good in general I find.


Or you can get their own make for alot less which tastes just the same


Mamma Mia

Meat Lust sauces (various flavours) Back in stock at Home Bargains - £1 each
Found 21st MayFound 21st MayLocalLocal
Meat Lust range of dipping sauces for £1. They had four flavours :- Green sweet chilli sauce Buffalo sauce Catsu curry sauce Ghost chilli sauce
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It's a very strange taste and not a patch on Encona Thai Sweet Chilli Sauce.


The buffalo one tastes far too sweet


Sweet chilli one tastes weird imo


Most are I believe


Are these suitable for vegans?

At Poundstretcher - Hellmann's Chilli BBQ Sauce - £0.20
Found 21st MayFound 21st MayLocalLocal
250ml bottle (BBE June 2019) - Small savings at Poundstretcher
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It's genuinely nice too


Glad to be of assistance. (highfive)


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Bulls Eye Tomato Ketchup Jalapeno Found Instore @ Poundstretcher (Great Yarmouth Town Centre) £0.99
Found 20th MayFound 20th MayLocalLocal
They Had 3 Different Varieties In My Local.The Jalapeno One Also Spicy Curry And Also Dried Tomato
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I saw these yesterday in both the Dagenham and Romford branches. Plenty available.


£1.50 in Aldi, so good price. The smokey bacon is good!


The Curry one is very nice.


I did see that in my local and in the ingredients it said flavourings.. since that could be anything, so I didn't get it. It's a legal term for " bugger off I'm not telling you this stuff" which means it could be animal based or whatever.


Also in their offshoot Bargain Buys. The Jalapeño one is very nice, a bit like a salsa. 525ml I think. The one I got was a bit short dated to July. Worth looking out for Franks there too

Various Heinz Sauces 225g (e.g. Smokey Baconnaise, Korean Barbecue) 3 for £1 @ Heron
Found 16th MayFound 16th MayLocalLocal
They had a basket full when I went, I think they're European stock with an extra English label.
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Baconaise.... (insert Homer Simpson gurgle)


Handy to know for those who only have one or the other.


That's because they are the same company now.


B&M have them for 39p each, or 3 for £1 as well. (y) 🏻

Heinz flavours sauces @ B&M Stores 3 for £1 or 39p each
Found 16th MayFound 16th MayLocalLocal
smokey baconaise , korean barbeque , firecracker . or 39p each

23/06 one im eating at this very second


Your comment is irrelevant.


No you're wrong, I tried two of them earlier and I can confirm they do taste quite nice. Perhaps you're thinking of water? Or maybe your taste buds are knackered from years of smoking. (flirt)


Hot for the price but sodding hell they don't really taste of anything.


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Bull's Eye Red Hot Chilli Sauce 235ml or Bull's Eye Memphis Style Sweet & Spicy 235ml 59p or 2 for £1 @ Fulton Foods
Found 14th MayFound 14th MayLocalLocal
Quite a saving compared to other retailers.

Thanks for sharing this intel! I went to Aldi and the price was 1,5. I saw your msg and visited my B&M, same product for 0,59. I just picked a couple of each flavour :)


The one with the yellow label is the nicest BBQ sauce I have ever had.


Also 39p in Heron. Chipotle one is nice


It’s really nice as well we have to the BBQ one. X


Same at B&M Bargains.

Heinz Tomato Ketchup 1kg for £2 @ Asda
Found 14th MayFound 14th May
Rollback offer on 1kg Ketchup at Asda. (y) Good low price if you do your main grocery shopping there :) otherwise if you are looking for the lowest you might find it for 11p … Read more
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Same price for 1.35 KG in Poundland everyday, yearlong !!!


£2 for 1 kg in Iceland as well.

Half price Cook Italia Passata 680g for 62p @ Tesco (from 15/05)
04/06/2019Expires on 04/06/2019Found 14th MayFound 14th May
Something different. ;) Great versatile cooking ingredient. Use it as base for any pasta or as a spread on your pizza sauce. Also, great for soups, stews and casseroles giving yo… Read more
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Nandos Hot Peri Peri Sauce (Including All other varieties) 125G £1 (From 15th May) @ Tesco
Refreshed 20th MayRefreshed 20th May04/06/2019Expires on 04/06/2019
Tasty sauce at a tasty price :D Other varieties e.g Medium can be accessed here:… Read more
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The Vesu edition ensures your tear ducts are in good working order... (horror)


You never watched the Simpsons then? (lol) (lol)


Anti freeze used as ingredient to make it cheaper. Cold

Sriracha Mayo Sauce 200ml £1.04 @ Aldi
Found 13th MayFound 13th MayLocalLocal
Sriracha Mayo Sauce 200ml £1.04 in Aldi
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I've done this x it works a treat 😋


Just buy normal mayo (45p at Aldi) and normal Sirracha. This is one of these products that should be good, but they use terrible mayo and don't put enough Sirracha in it.


Lol this really bothered me. Glad someone else noticed


You've all missed an R :D


This stuff tastes like supercharger sauce from KFC 😩🤤

Uni-Eagle Sriracha Hot Chilli Sauce 475g ONLY £1.50 Instore @ Morrisons
Found 12th MayFound 12th MayLocalLocal
Bargain.. cheapest Sriracha chilli sauce i've seen for a long time and i plough through this stuff so its a welcome saving :) Bought in Corby but should be nationwide.
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to add on...


yeah i saw that , the chilli was low , i bought the bang Thai chill sauce, you have to search though as it not grouped with the chilli sauce not for everyone though this is hotter. my 2 cents


It's like mildly spicy ketchup, if this burns anyone's mouth you're just not trying ;)


can i ask what the chilli content is. when i get this in waitrose the chilli content is 84% i thought i got a bargain when i got it cheaper in aldi, only to find the chilli content was 61% it was also 27g lighter in weight


Hot in more ways than one.

Frank’s Red Hot Wings Buffalo Sauce - £0.69 @ Fultons Food
Found 11th MayFound 11th MayLocalLocal
Jack Fulton’s Food, it is 69p in Scunthorpe, usually 2.50 in Tesco, not sure if nationwide. Also the date only lasts a month.
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and its vegan or vegetarian or whatever so its good for lactose intolerant people who still wanna have buffalo wings as normally buffalo wings sauce is made with a ton of butter


Can't believe this is £2.50 at Tesco, just got the exact the same one today from Pound Stretcher for £0.39, expires July 2019.


My fav sauce I literally have this on everything


I chuck chicken breasts in the slow cooker with this sauce along with ranch dressing. Cook on low for 5 hours and shred. Can then use in ciabattas with potato wedges and salad, pizza topping or also this recipe you're welcome :)


Hot hot hot :p

Nandos Sauces £1.50 @ Asda
Found 10th MayFound 10th MayLocalLocal
All flavours 1.50 yet again :)

I nearly threw my bottle in the bin aha. Tha ks for heads up (y)


Are they the large size <3


Propylene glycol _alginate_ is not antifreeze


2 for £2 Co op


Hello again (lol)

Asia Specialities Asian Cooking sauces 500ml 9p down from 59p at Aldi instore
Found 10th MayFound 10th May
Aldi Asian sauces,(plumb sauce)and others,priced at 59p came thru tills at 0.9 😁 Aldi redfield Bristol.
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Far be it from me to try to get back on topic here, but the 9p ones I found in Aldi on Wellingborough Road in Northampton today aren't the 500ml ones shown in the OP, they're 295g ones. Dated May 2020. Theoretically available as Plum Sauce, Satay Sauce, Korean Sauce or Hoisin Sauce. Only had plum sauce left in our branch, so we grabbed a couple.


God youre not wrong,it's 9p sauce didn't mean to cause world war 3 , (lol)


I think your views are very narrow minded and buys into stereotype, not all Asian countries eat dog just as not all British People eat black pudding, most Asians find it disgusting and would rather chew on their right testicle than eat dog. You say you're not racist but pass on racial comment under the guise of a joke. I'll take your word for it but I'm tired of all the 'I'm not racist but ...' People harp on about bad teaching, highly paid civil servants not helping others etc. This is a Capitalist country, that is the point of capitalism, make money at the expense of others - that's good business. What you describe is Communism but that's a bad thing apparently. Let me level with you, I know a little about what I'm talking about, Asian? guilty, second generation from penniless illiterate immigrants to this country in the 60's. Lived in social housing? Yes, brought up in socially challenging areas. Schooling - below average school, bullied throughout by pupils and teachers alike. 22 years experience in Teaching and now in a Senior Leadership Role, making positive changes daily to people's lives. Without hope, encouragement and expectations we end up in a situation you describe but there are many that quietly go through life building a better future for themselves, we just don't get up on the roof tops and shout about it. That Senior Consultant at your local hospital getting into his sports coupe, driving to his rural country home after picking his kids up from grammar school may well have grown up in difficult situations - just that you don't know about it. I agree that a lot of children grow up with little hope for the future but every child is born fundamentally the same, it's just that their upbringing differs, money does help but it's not the only factor. Education starts at home, poor people who care, nurture and support their children are more likely to see them succeed in life. It's all too easy blaming governments and education etc. but changing the mindset of those who are supposed to be looking after the next generation will yield improvements in our children. By the way, cooking=Food Technology, budgeting=PSHE/CITIZENSHIP all taught under the National Curriculum and enforced by OFSTED.


It’s asian sauce! Asian counties eat dogs, Western/Europe don’t. Racist ? Me ? No. Factual yes. Most U.K. people poor stay poor, that’s why we have multi generation poverty and higher crime, my point exactly.. the minority escape it not the majority not even 50% and the system isn’t for for purpose with even Child Tax Credit making the problem worse. You have to have a lack of debt to be able to become a student with no housing benefit support and the poorest educated generally have very debt to income ratios making it impossible even later when maturity allows even college. Expectations ? What’s that to do with being poor with a poor school education where cooking and budgeting aren’t taught as basic, what expectations can someone have without leaving school with basics, kids still leave school unable to read or write to any standard acceptable and that’s more likely in a poorer area school, we have so many hopeless gov depts living in this unfit 1960 system, that aren’t helping the poorest but themselves - paid very well and a mortgage, car and nice pension at the expense of those entrapped in poverty. That’s not just nor moral, certainly ‘normal’ though, as is passing judgement on kids from poorer backgrounds rather than understanding the causes. And no I didn’t grow up in council or social housing, bought house, and I seen these problems then and now decades later, entrapment. The fact a social landlord can charge rent and service charges per week more than 16 hours minimum wage is abhorrently vulgar, it entraps more than disabled people who can work part time into a cycle of life poverty, then the rest. Maybe they should start paying public service staff and those organisations who get public funding in imported dog meat then cash on performance related pay. You’d soon see change.


The problem is your insinuation that only Asian countries eat dog ... It's ok that it's a joke isn't it, that way racism isn't a problem because 'I was only joking'. Your comments about poverty are interesting but it should be noted that not all poor people stay poor. A lot of so called middle class members of society today come from poor backgrounds. Many 'Asian' professionals come from very poor backgrounds as their immigrant parents would have started with nothing but gave their all so that successive generations can better themselves ... It's down to expectations, I never expected anything when I was growing up and my parents never tried to offer me anything they couldn't afford ...

Bramwells Peri-Peri marinades/sauces 250g 85p @ Aldi
Found 6th MayFound 6th MayLocalLocal
Aldi appear to be doing their own version of Nandos marinades/sauces for 85p. They had a few but I got the mango & lime and the lemon & herb, the others I've forgotten (emb… Read more

Nando's standard restaurant medium peri peri marinade (as per their nutritional guide) lists water and spirit vinegar as the second ingredient. The basting liquid (eg the liquid the chicken bastes in before being cooked, as well as inside their hot drawer before they finish it off on the grill) is around 1/3 vinegar. Vinegar tends to cook off at high heat so it's possible the Aldi one is closer to the genuine store sauce, and that the supermarket one is adjusted for the more moderate cooking style of a home oven. Certainly the ingredients for the supermarket product is not the same as in the restaurant's nutritional guide. For anyone interested, the official ingredients for the basting liquid in restaurants is: Water Rapeseed oil Spirit vinegar Green chilli Spice mix (red chill pepper, African bird eye chilli, paprika) Herb (bay leaf) Lemon Onion Garlic purée If you make this yourself with a blender (it's pretty easy) you can cook your chicken in quarters in this liquid at a moderate temperature then take it out to the BBQ to finish it off with a marinade. That's the best way to get somewhere towards an authentic taste. Nando's chicken actually comes to the restaurant pre-marinaded in this sauce, with the required flavour added once the chicken is being seared on the grill.


These are ok but have more of a vinegar taste compared to Nando’s version. Seem to work good as a marinade though.


Good to see mango and lime as an option here as a lot of shops don't even stock the Nando's version.


Gotta be that Cheeky Nandos:


These are nice (they also do Hot) but it's the standard price.

(From 7th May) Bull's-Eye Bbq Steakhouse Bbq Sauce 300Ml £1 / Sweet Baby Rays Bbq Sauce Honey 510G £1.25 @ Tesco
27/05/2019Expires on 27/05/2019Found 6th MayFound 6th May
Good price for these products :D Better than 1/2 price on both products :) Sweet Baby Sauce: In 1985, my broth… Read more
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If this is so much cheaper in pound stretcher then why is this so hot??? (confused) Nice sauce though...


already posted


Damn, was just in Tesco and could only find toffee or chocolate to pure over my ice cream...


Sweet baby rays honey BBQ sauce from Tesco normally £3 , better than half price now down to £1.25 , bought in store but also available online


Sweet Baby Rays original also on offer - delish and vegan friendly

Heinz Tomato Ketchup 1.35kg £1.89 @ Home Bargains
Found 3rd MayFound 3rd MayLocalLocal
Don't like it myself, but the kids go through it like mad!
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VERY RUDE consider yourself..told


No need to shout. The other deal for £2 is at Poundland, I don't have a local Poundland but do have a local Home Bargains. Is it n


Consider yourself VERY RUDE


The other deal for £2 is at Poundland, I don't have a local Poundland but do have a local Home Bargains. Consider yourself educated. Is it n


Lidl ketchup & mayonnaise is really yummy

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