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Blazing Saddles Chilli Sauce Hot (250ml) Past Date Sale

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This awesome sauce is on sale. It’s our returned USA stock that has a Best By Date of 21-Mar-2021. Still awesome and will stay that way for a while if kept in the fridge. Hurry while stocks last.

A delicious chilli sauce with a unique flavour thanks to the Jamaican Yellow Scotch Bonnet. Blazing Saddles is such a tasty sauce. It’s hot, but not too hot ? more like a high-medium heat.

Yellow Scotch Bonnet chillies are pretty hot (200,000 Scoville Heat Units) and closely related to the Habanero. One of the defining features of this type of chilli is its sweet aroma and unique flavour. Rarely will you find a Jamaican cooking without some of this chilli and it’s the chilli of choice among Caribbean nationals.

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Description

Nutrition Information

Servings per package:

25

Serving size:

10
ml

Average Qty
per Serving

Average Qty per 100ml

Energy

31 kJ
314 kJ

Protein

0.2 g
2.2 g

Fat, total

0.1 g
0.5 g

-saturated

0 g
0.1 g

Carbohydrate

1.2 g
11.5 g

-sugars

1.1 g
10.6 g

Sodium

22 mg
222 mg

Ingredients

Fresh Tomato, Fresh Jamaican Yellow Scotch Bonnet Chilli (30%), Fresh Onion, Sugar, Vinegar, Fresh Garlic, Sea Salt, Cumin Seed, White Pepper

Serving Suggestion

Bacon and eggs, BBQ chicken, chicken schnitzels, and fish.

Additional information

Weight0.65 kg
Dimensions7 × 7 × 22 cm
Heat

Size

250ml, 8.5oz

Barcode

"0799632177869"

Australian % Ingredients

95

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