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We know you know that sriracha tastes good on almost anything. But there are a few foods in particular that really get elevated by this most popular of hot sauces. If you haven't tried these ideas yet, grab that rooster and give it a go!
This salty, spicy butter is great on top of grilled steak... or pretty much anything!
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Add a twist to your favorite pasta dish.
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Sweet, spicy, tangy -- these wings have everything going for them. Make extra. They will go quickly!
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Tempura-battered shrimp is the perfect vehicle for this sriracha-mayo dressing. You can serve this dish as an appetizer or entrée with rice.
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Stirred into the yolk mix, sriracha adds a contrasting heat to the rich filling.
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Like your hummus garlicky and spicy? Try this recipe with an extra tablespoon of sriracha.
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The next time you make a Bloody Mary, skip the Tabasco and try stirring in some rooster sauce.
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Mix a teaspoon or two of sriracha into your next batch of chicken salad to add a little tanginess. It'll also give your salad some color.
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Yes, a squirt on top of your hash browns is mighty delicious. But, so is adding the sriracha before you even cook the hash browns. The spiciness of the hot sauce will cook away a little, and the sugars will help the potatoes brown.
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Ranch dips, soy dips, mustard dips... a squeeze of sriracha can enhance almost any sauce. No need to overdo it here -- unless you want to. Just a tablespoon will add a nice smokiness and extra kick.