5 Sriracha Soaked Recipes

By  August 28, 2012

WE’RE FIRING THINGS UP THIS WEEK WITH THAT INFAMOUS BOTTLE adorned with a rooster and topped by a green lid – that’s right Sriracha sauce. Whether you relish in the tongue-prickling pain or can’t rinse your mouth out fast enough, these treats are perfect for all tastes.

POACHED EGG WITH SRIRACHA MAYO
By: I Really Like Food
Sriracha mayo is by no means a new thing, popularly used with sushi, fries and other delicious dipping foods. This is a fresh new take on Sriracha mayo – including tomato paste adds sweetness while maintaining the notorious heat of this fiery hot sauce.


LEMONGRASS SRIRACHA SHRIMP
By: Rasa Malaysia
The highlight of the recipe is the Sriracha, which imparts a distinct aroma and spiciness to the grilled shrimp skewers. The familiar kick that many crave is a delightful addition to these shrimp by blending well with the fragrant lemongrass.


HOMEMADE SRIRACHA SALT
By: Off Beat Home
Idea for those who don’t quite enjoy the pain of a mouthfull of Sriracha, this salt mixture is a little bit salty and can be spinkled onto anything. It will make you happy in a hurts-so-good kind of way.


SWEET & SRIRACHA SPICY BBQ WINGS
By: Inspired Taste
You’ll lick your fingers all the way through these spicy, smoky, just-sticky-enough wings. The sauce is easy to make and no cooking is needed! Really looking for some fire? Add extra Sriracha for a flamin’ batch of wings.

VIETNAMESE BAHN MI
By: Kitchen Confidante
Bánh mì is a Vietnamese-style sandwich that’s quickly becoming a trend. The pork inside is wonerfully tender and flavorful. Top it with traditional Thai hot sauce – Sriracha – and you have a uniquely tasty sandwich that packs a punch.