Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Sriracha Sauce

Much like the Goatling, we've only recently welcomed sriracha sauce into our home, but now we wonder how did we ever live without it?

The Asian-style hot sauce, a mix of chili peppers, vinegar, garlic, sugar and salt, has been topping everything in our house from pizza to mac and cheese, as seen above.  The hugely popular Huy Fong Foods sauce (the one with the rooster on it, because the developer was born in the year of the rooster) is actually made in California.

It's about lunchtime right now, so all I can think of is:  what other food can we try sriracha sauce in?  Or: would sriracha be a good name for a pet?  But mostly about the food.


  1. We use it to marinate chopped spam, which, when rolled into sushi rolls, tastes surprisingly similar to spicy tuna rolls. But it's cheaper and you just have to block any notions of what spam is out of your mind.

    1. Ooh, thanks for the idea!! I'll try it!

      Any excuse to get Spam!