This Aldi Burmans hot sauce is a little different variation from the traditional Aldi hot sauce with cayenne pepper, but is a really good tasting option. It has just the right amount of sweetness with a kick that is perfect for dipping things like nuggets or chicken breast in. You can pretty much put this on anything if you want a sweet kick to add a ton of flavor. And at under $3, this is a solid value for a polynesian sauce that is slightly addictive, and will definitely be a staple in my refrigerator . ………….
- 20 calories per serving
- Net Weight: 10.25 oz
- 40 mg of sodium per serving
- Sweet and savory with garlic and fruit
- Polynesian Sweet & Spicy hot sauce
Burmans Hot Sauce at Aldi
The regular Burmans hot sauce at Aldi is always a really solid and cheap choice to spice up proteins, but I think this Polynesian sauce is definitely going to be in the rotation for me now. How would everyone compare the taste of this to other hot sauces you’ve had? I honestly wouldn’t consider this as much of a hot sauce..it’s more like a sweet dipping sauce with some spice. If anyone has a go to recipe or way they like to use Burmans hot sauce or any variation of this, let us know! And if you can’t make it out to Aldis, give these items a try…..
– Burman’s original cayenne pepper hot sauce
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