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I'm looking for a gluten-free chili sauce. On the Heinz web site, they say their Ketchup is gluten-free but can't verify other products. Anybody know of a gluten-free sauce?

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If you want a tabasco/cholula type, I don't know.

But if you want a truly hot chili paste, get yourself a jar of Mustapha's morrocan hasrissa. It is made from chilis, lemon and some spices. It is gluten-free-- pretty salty.

It is truly hot-- not vinegary, but deep. It has become my kitchen staple. It is good for sauces and as a condiment.

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I just went through this a couple months ago. Heinz looked OK to me on the label, but when I called they said it was NOT gluten free. Wal-Mart's generic brand (Great Values) says Gluten Free on the label.

Enjoy!

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OK, this is now weird. I called Heinz on 02/26/08 and got a reply that their Heinz Chili Sauce with Chunk Peppers is gluten-free. I called Canadian 800-number. Also I have seen information on other websites that say Heinz Chili Sauce is gluten-free. We use Heinz Chili sauce quite a lot, we use it instead of their ketchup.

Does anybody else use this sauce and can confirm if Heinz Chili sauce is gluten-free?

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I don't know how much of a kick you want. Thai Kitchen makes a sweet chilli sauce that is gluten-free and very good. I used to use it a lot in chinese and as a dipping sauce. It has a mild kick to it. I'm thinking TK has something hotter but I'm not sure, you'd have to look them up and check out their product line.

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I can't say for sure but I used Heinz chili sauce a couple of days ago and daughter didn't react to it. I normally buy a locally made chili sauce. Don't have any right now so don't know the name of it.

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I'm looking for a gluten-free chili sauce. On the Heinz web site, they say their Ketchup is gluten-free but can't verify other products. Anybody know of a gluten-free sauce?

Thanks.

Las Palmas Red chili sauce

spartan brand

loyd grossman (tomato and chili)

Food Club

Laura Lynn

Hy-vee

Lee Kum Kee

Trader Joe's sweet

Wegman's brand

Happy Cooking!

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I'd read the label on all Lee Kum Kee sauces very carefully.

I avoided them in the store because many of them contain wheat per their own label.

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Hi,

This listing is from the Heinz site and list all products that are gluten free. The Heinz Chili Sauce is gluten free.

Heinz Website

Celeste

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Tapatio, Cholula and Sriracha (Rooster) are all gluten-free.

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Tapatio, Cholula and Sriracha (Rooster) are all gluten-free.

Does anyone know about Mae Ploy sweet chili sauce? I can't find any info on the web, and the ingredients look fine, but I have been reacting to something and I think that might be it. It is frustrating when it is so difficult to find info about a product on the web.

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I use the heiz chili sauce as well, I've called the company and they said yes and its on their list online!

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