Frequently Asked Questions
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How do I use Goch products?
Goch Chilli Sauces
Dip, spread, condiment, dressing, glaze & marinade for any meat, fish or vegetables. Delight in exceptional flavours that really stand out!
ADD ½ or 1 teaspoon of sauce to 2 tablespoons of olive oil for marinade or dressing.
Simply add to scrambled eggs, stir-fries, rice, pasta dishes, for pizza, bakes, curry ingredient, jerk seasoning & more.
Chilli Olive Oils
Great in gourmet cooking, drizzle over salad, pasta, risotto, pizza, popcorn & more.
Chilli Sweet Savoury
A range of mild, spicy & irresistible flavours in our chutney, apple & cranberry sauces. Add to cooking, use as a dip, spread & condiment. Delicious with cheese, in a mash, couscous, bakes, puddings & more
Fruity & spicy for bakes, toast, pancakes, gourmet cooking, sweeten tea or hot drinks, zest cocktails, appetizers, cheese platters & more.
How much sauce or jam do I need to use?
There are 20 servings per100g. 5g or a teaspoon = 1 serving.
One serving is recommended for 2 to 6 people in adding authentic flavours to stews, curries, and soup. Add more or use hotter options to meet your taste and heat preferences.
Do Goch Products contain Nuts?
How long does Goch Sauce last?
Once opened, refrigerate and consume within 3 months. Unopened, over 12 months. See product information on the jar/tub for best before date.
What is a Scoville Scale?
The simplest definition for the Scoville scale is that the Scoville scale helps us put a rating on the heat in Chilli Peppers. It’s a heat rating index of hot peppers running from no heat to “oh my goodness, it's a burner!” and even beyond. The Scoville scale is actually named after a pharmacist, Wilber Scoville who created a simple way to measure the pungency of hot pepper.