Sharwood's Hoi Sin & Spring Onion Reviews
Product Type: Sharwood Sauces / Soups
Description:Manufacturer: Sharwood's / Sauces
Newest Review: ... of them whatever they are! lol The taste isn't hoisin to me at all and that's mad because Sharwoods stuff is usually ... more
by - written on 21/03/10 (Very useful, 99 readings)
I got a jar of this Hoisin And Spring Onion sauce in Tesco to do a stir fry with because I LOVE hoisin sauce from the Chinese and don't get to have it as often as I'd like to. It only comes in a little bottle but it would do 2 people as long as you don't like your stir fry too wet. I did a stir fry just for myself and used nearly 3/4 of the bottle but you can use it as a dip as well so I wasn't bothered about just leaving a bit in the bottle. When I opened the jar I didn't think it smelled like hoisin sauce and has got a bit of an aniseed smell, that put me off straight away because it's got a bit of a smell of that 5-spice stuff as well and I HATE ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/01/10 (Very useful, 96 readings)
I do find Sharwood's advert very apt. According to these ads, they travel all over China trying to find recipes for their sauces which give us the essence of China. I feel they pull this off admirably. I have tried a few of Sharwood's stir-fry sauces and at the moment, Hoi Sin & Spring Onion is the favourite in our household. I have to admit to not being the most adventurous cook in the world, so I likely do not do this lovely sauce any justice. One of my favourite meals is a stir-fry with rice (told you I wasn't very exciting). As a vegetarian, I alway use chicken style Quorn, which I fry in my pan, till golden. I then pour my rice into a large ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/10 (Very useful, 98 readings)
Walking around our local supermarket looking for something new and interesting to try for dinner, I found myself looking in the section with stir-in sauces. We had become sick to death of curry sauces and pasta bakes, and wanted something that would give us a completely different taste experience. Sharwood's has always been a company I would relate to using high quality ingredients and exceptional taste so I was instantly drawn to their range. I spotted a sauce I had not seen before in the Sharwood's range named Hoi Sin and Spring Onion Sauce, which spurred me on to buying a nice bit of duck to make a stir-fry for dinner. The label says it is a savoury ... Read the complete review
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