The Sriracha sauce is named after Thai Sri Racha, the "hometown", where the local seaside restaurants offered this sauce the first time. This creamy sauce is absolutely unique in the market of hot pastes: thishot sauce is one ofour hottest products, so we can recommend this sauce only to the bravest. Sriracha is excellent for seafood or grilled meats, as a dipping sauce, as well as complement to soups, pastry flavouring, and for pizza, hot dogs or hamburgers.
Ingredients: hot paprika 70%, sugar, salt, water, flavour enhancer (sodium glutamate), thickener(starch), acidity regulator(acetic acid), preservative (sodium benzoate).
|AVERAGE NUTRITIONAL VALUE|
|in 100 g||in a portion (15 g)||RIV*%/ 15 g|
|Energy content:||482 kJ / 114 kcal||72 kJ / 17 kcal||0,9%|
|Fat:||<0,5 g||<0,1 g||0,1%|
|Thereof, saturated fatty acids:||0,1 g||<0,1 g||0,1%|
|Carbohydrates:||24 g||3,6 g||1,4%|
|Thereof, sugar||24 g||3,6 g||4,0%|
|Protein:||3,2 g||0,5 g||1,0%|
|Salt content:||12,3 g||1,8 g||30,6%|
*RIV = Reference intake value for an average adult (8400 kJ/ 2000 kcal)