Sharwood's Kung Po Reviews
Product Type: Sharwood Sauces / Soups
Description:Manufacturer: Sharwood's / Sauces
Newest Review: ... Kung Po 'A sweet and spicy sauce with water chestnuts, red peppers and chillis' and I'm told there is a calorie content of ... more
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Sharwood's Szechaun Kung Po Cook-In Sauce 425G
No artificial colours or preservatives. Suitable for vegetarians. ...
Last Update 20.12.2013 22:39
by - written on 09/07/10 (Very useful, 181 readings)
One thing I do like in my cupboard are cook in sauces. I like making meals in minutes and if I have the time (and the money) I am quite happy to make up sauces myself but at the moment I don't have time and so tend to buy decent branded, ready made sauces...such as this one and I did me and my flat mate this for tea last night! The Packaging: The jar is sort of square in shape and see-through chunky glass and it has a twist on/off black lid to the top of it with the word Sharwoods on it. On the front and to the sides of the jar there is a red label and on the front of that again I'm told it is Sharwood's Szechuan Kung Po 'A sweet and spicy sauce ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/03/10 (Very useful, 111 readings)
If you have tried and enjoyed them at a Chinese restaurant or takeaway, you might already enjoy Kung Po dishes which are a nice flavour, as they're sweet and sour, and with a hot touch to them. Chinese food is one of the things I prefer to eat out rather than attempt to make myself, purely because of the range of unusual ingredients you need to put into it. I also prefer a nice Chinese style curry rather than having a stir fry, as I find a stir fry a bit too dry. However, in the attempt to recreate my favourite takeaway dishes and save money, I gave this sauce a try. I have used this Sharwood's Szechuan Kung Po sauce a few times now, and have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/09 (Very useful, 320 readings)
I love Chinese food.......and I first tried Kung Po dishes from our local takeaway when I was following a Weightwatchers diet, because they were one of the lowest in points......When accompanied by a mushroom chow mein, I had a delicious low point takeaway, that was positively guilt free! I no longer follow weightwatchers, although I do still retain many of the good ideas that I picked up from my points-counting days, and Kung Po is one of those things. I like to cook at home, as it is much cheaper than the takeaway, but one of the attractions of a takeaway is it's simplicity - what can be easier than taking the menu out of the kitchen drawer, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/10, updated on 29/06/10 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Food not only sustains us, but i think it is a passion with me. I love to eat and i enjoy cooking mainly for friends and family. Sharwood's Szechuan Kung Po sauce is a complete cook in sauce which comes in a 425g jar and can be found in the chinese food section of most major supermarkets. The sauce is rich and spicy and all you have to do is add meat or fish and stir fry for a quick and extremely tasty meal. The sauce contains water chestnuts, red peppers and chillies and contains plenty for 2 to 3 people which means additional vegetables do not need to be added. I normally serve it with noodles or fried rice. It contains a recipe on the ... Read the complete review
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