In the manufacture of Chang’s Soy based sauces, gluten is first completely removed from the wheat flour by fermentation. This leaves starch, (which is the extract of wheat left). All Chang’s sauces have been tested and found to contain NO detectable gluten.
Bean Vermicelli is also called bean thread, glass noodles, mung bean noodles, celophane noodles or transparent noodles. When boiled this noodle become clear and springy. Used all over Asia, it is versatile and a great alternative to other rice based noodles. Chang's gluten free Bean Vermicelli is delicate in taste and easy to use; simply soak in boiling water for 3 minutes and drain.
Skip boring tomato sauce and take Chang’s Hoisin Sauce to your BBQ or dinner table! Hoisin in Chinese means “Delicious as Seafood". It started as a dipping sauce for roast pork in Canton and was later used as a spread on lettuce for San Choi Bow. Can also be used as a marinade.
This very popular sauce originated from Japan can be used both as a marinade and a sauce. Teri-yaki means sauce-basted grilling. This sauce will bring both taste and luster to your grill, BBQ or pan-fry.
Chang’s Light Soy Sauce is made by the traditional method to obtain the unique flavour which no artificially made soy sauce can match. Used extensively in Chinese cooking where the flavour of soy sauce is required, but not the dark colour.