Annie Chun's, Go·Chu·Jang, Korean Sweet & Spicy Sauce, 10 oz (283 g)
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|Combo Discount:||- $2.45|
- NO MSG Added
- No Preservatives
- All Natural Asian Cuisine
- 100% Natural
- "Goes with Everything"
Gochujang Sauce is a Korean culinary secret made with a cultured soybean base combined with red pepper powder, fresh garlic and onions to create this unique blend of savory, spicy and sweet. This sauce is really versatile so use it as a dipping sauce, condiment, marinade, grilling and basting, or just use your imagination!
Shake well. Refrigerate after opening.
Gochujang (water, wheat, rice, salt, onion, red pepper powder, defatted soybeans, garlic, sweet rice, seed malt), brown sugar, naturally brewed vinegar (water, alcohol, malt extract), roasted sesame oil, roasted sesame seed, citric acid.
|Serving Size: 1 Tbsp (20 g)|
|Servings Per Container: about 14|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value*|
|Calories from Fat||5|
|Total Fat||0.5 g||1%|
|Saturated Fat||0 g||0%|
|Trans Fat||0 g|
|Total Carbohydrates||10 g||3%|
|Dietary Fiber||Less than 1 g||4%|
|Protein||Less than 1 g|
|Percentage Daily Values based on a 2,000 calorie diet.|
Used to enjoy conventional gochujang but had trouble finding one that doesn't contain HFCS after being aware that most gochujang seems to contain it. Delighted with the taste of Annie Chun's - good strong flavor with plenty of kick from the red pepper. It's also sweet from the brown sugar. Add a little more sweetener and stir in toasted sesame oil and toasted sesame seeds for delicious sauce for Bibimbap.
Not spicy enough, still good
Posted by Reviewer1716662 on Dec 13, 2015
I love spicy sauces, so I had to try this one out. Well, it could have been hotter to my taste, I find it rather adopted to Western taste. However, if you're not a fire-eater, this might be your choice of Asian sauce for BBQ, fish, seafood or noodles. I plan to use it when I cook bibimbap.
Tasty and spicy
Posted by Reviewer1986890 on Dec 12, 2015
Good spicy Korean sauce. I use it for meat and pasta.
Posted by 5703774495174662793 on Oct 25, 2014
It's okay, but i'm not sure if i like the smoked taste .. but i want to try it more and i think it will be nice mixed with herbs and other sauses
Posted by Reviewer1805146 on Sep 11, 2014
mažas, bet "stiprus". kai norisi aštrumo - geras daiktas:)