Thai Chili Sriracha
by Corey Mann
Enjoy our Ryan's Small Batch of Thai Chili Sriracha, an extra spicy take on the famous sauce, made from Thai Chilis, Red Peppers, and plenty of garlic.
How to Use Sriracha Sauce
Like most hot sauces, Sriracha is extremely versatile. Here are a few ways to enjoy the potent sauce:
Straight: Sriracha’s original use was as a dipping sauce. Squeeze some into a small bowl or squirt it straight from the bottle onto your favorite foods.
Sauces: Sriracha’s spicy, tangy flavor pairs wonderfully with creamy dips and sauces. Mix Sriracha into sour cream, mayonnaise, or cream cheese-based dips for a little kick.
Soups/Stews: Sriracha is often served with pho in Vietnamese restaurants, but you can also try adding it to ramen, tomato soup, or gazpacho. Cream-based soups, like chowders, also benefit from Sriracha’s kick.
- Meats/Marinades: Add Sriracha to teriyaki flavored marinades, BBQ sauces, meatballs, or meatloaf. Sriracha and meat were made for each other.
Eggs/Cheese: Anything creamy, including cheese and egg yolks, balances perfectly with the spicy, tangy flavor of Sriracha. Add Sriracha to macaroni and cheese, cheese dips, cheese balls, or scrambled, fried, or deviled eggs.
- Drinks: Sriracha sauce adds a new twist to Bloody Mary's or regular tomato or vegetable juice.