Chile-laced Sriracha sauce is a secret ingredient in many kitchens. Here are 25 ways to use it
Say it—sir-ra-cha—a.k.a. rooster sauce is the new king of condiments. This additively spicy chili sauce can kick up flavor and heat in any dish.
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Sriracha Marinara Sauce
Skip the crushed red pepper flakes or cayenne pepper; add a spoonful of Sriracha and you’ve got instant arrabiata to toss with your favorite cooked pasta.
Sriracha Cocktail Sauce
Stir Sriracha into ketchup along with a spoonful of horseradish, a dash of Worcestershire sauce, and a squeeze of fresh lemon juice; serve with fresh shrimp, oysters, and clams.
…or just mix into ketchup and spread on a burger or sandwich.
Sriracha Deviled Eggs
Mash the yolks of halved hard-boiled eggs with mayonnaise, Dijon mustard, Sriracha, minced celery, and fresh chives; spoon into egg whites and garnish with celery leaves.
Sriracha in Soup
…or just squirt Sriracha into noodle soups like ramen and pho.
Sriracha Garlic Bread
Whisk Sriracha, minced garlic, and melted butter in a small bowl; brush over cut sides of bread. Sprinkle with grated Pecorino or Parmesan and broil until toasted.
Sriracha Salad Dressing
Lace blue cheese or ranch dressing with Sriracha; spoon over a wedge of iceberg lettuce.
Heat oil in a large skillet; add fresh corn kernels, a handful of chopped fresh cilantro, a squeeze of fresh lime juice, and a spoonful of Sriracha; toss with a mix of wild mushrooms or squash and peas.
Add a spoonful of Sriracha to your favorite brining recipe.
Sriracha Egg Salad
Mix chopped hard-boiled eggs, mayonnaise, pickle relish, and Sriracha.