Uncle Ben's Thai Sweet Chilli Sauce Reviews
Product Type: Uncle Bens Sauces / Soups
Newest Review: ... spotting it from the Uncle ben's range, which I've used quite a bit, then I thought this would be pretty user friendly. The ... more
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by - written on 09/03/10 (Very useful, 106 readings)
I'm not saying i'm lazy, but I don't tend to do a huge amount of cooking with sauces like this. I love to make Pasta Dishes, but the ones I make are pretty easy anyway, so nothing much to them. My favourite Meat is Chicken and although the sauce of Choice is normally Curry, I do like Sweet Chilli as well. I'd never cooked with the Sauce but after spotting it from the Uncle ben's range, which I've used quite a bit, then I thought this would be pretty user friendly. The jar size is 500g and this normally costs around £1.50. There can be 2 for £2 offers on this range sometime, and the best before date is way in the future being the type of item it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/09 (Very useful, 170 readings)
I have tried quite a few of the Uncle Ben's range of cooking sauces, but this was my latest and also the first I have reviewed. Like the other sauces in the range, it comes in a clear glass jar with an orange plastic screw top lid, and a label around the middle that has cooking instructions and nutritional information on it. This flavour is Sweet Thai Chilli and it has a picture of a single chilli next to it, along with the word 'Mild'. It is described as a 'sweet and spicy sauce packed with crispy vegetables and spiced with red chillies and hints of lemongrass'. The cooking instructions suggest that you use it with chicken, and that you brown the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/09 (Very useful, 103 readings)
I'm not the worst cook on the planet so usually when it comes to cooking meals I do not look for short cuts by buying ready prepared cooking sauces instead using fresh ingredients however I do tend to keep the odd sauce mix or jar in the cuphoard for those occasions when time is prescious. Hence I picked up this Uncle Ben's Thai Sweet Cilli Sauce for just such an occasion and I was pleasantly surprised with the results when I used it recently. I used my wok to fry in a little olive oil some chicken breasts which I first cut into thin strips and once these were browned I also added some mushrooms, once these had started to soften you just add the sauce, stir ... Read the complete review
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