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Cook the Book: Homemade Sriracha 

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 19 comments

Sure, you can go out and buy a bottle of Sriracha for around $2.99, but doesn't making your own chili garlic sauce just sound like fun? More

Cook the Book: Ultimate Sriracha Burger 

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 16 comments

The Ultimate Sriracha Burger from The Sriracha Cookbook is a mouthful. It begins with a grilled patty infused with Sriracha and soy, and is topped with a towering pile of bacon caramelized onions, Swiss cheese, tomato, arugula, bacon, and an improbably delicious blue cheese-Sriracha dressing. More

Sriracha and SPAM Fried Rice

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 9 comments

Having never purchased a can of SPAM before this Sriracha and SPAM Fried Rice from The Sriracha Cookbook was an eye opener. The first order of business was to find the stuff (no, they don't carry it at Whole Foods, don't bother asking). Once I got my hands on a can, it was time to pull the tab and extract the meat rectangle from it's navy blue metallic home. It slid out in a solid, albeit a little wobbly shape and smelled eerily similar to cat food. But I was undeterred, after all, my limited experience with SPAM in the past has been nothing but delicious and I had high hopes for this spicy fried rice More

Honey-Sriracha Glazed Buffalo Wings 

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 6 comments

Honestly I never thought I'd find a wing recipe that would measure up to the classic Buffalo combo of Frank's Red Hot and butter. The honey-chipotle-barbecue wings usually pale in comparison to the vinegary, spicy original. But these Honey-Sriracha Glazed Buffalo Wings from The Sriracha Cookbook are a game changer when it comes to sweet-spicy wings. More

Cook the Book: Sriracha Deviled Eggs 

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 2 comments

There was no doubt in my mind that adding Sriracha mayo to deviled eggs would be a great success. These guys didn't disappoint. Spiciness from the the Sriracha was countered by the lightly sour heat of the Dijon, and rounded out by the richness of the egg yolks and mayo. They're addictively pop-able—eggy, spicy, salty and satisfying. More

Cook the Book: Sriracha Ceviche 

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 7 comments

Ceviche might not be traditional Super Bowl fare, but the salsa-like qualities of this version make it a great accompaniment for tortilla chips. The heat of Sriracha along with chunks of tomato, avocado, and seafood give this Sriracha Ceviche all of the best qualities of guacamole, salsa fresca, and ceviche at once. More

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