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Hopelessly addicted to that sweet-spicy sauce known as Sriracha? Does that red and green bottle of chili goodness get more milage in your house than ketchup? Are your meals incomplete without a squirt of the rooster sauce? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you'll be pleased to hear that there's a new cookbook entirely devoted to that tangy Thai topper.
If you've ever read the back of the Sriracha bottle, you'll know that it's "excellent in soups, sauces, pastas, pizzas, hot dogs, hamburgers, chowmein or on anything else to give it a delicious, spicy taste." And this universal appeal makes it a welcome ingredient in all sorts of recipes in The Sriracha Cookbook.
The Sriracha Cookbook features 50 recipes, all including a healthy dose of the spicy stuff. Beginning with a brief history of the beloved condiment, author Randy Clemens manages to incorporate Sriracha into every course imaginable. Bloody Marys become Bleeding Marys with a few teaspoons of Sriracha, deviled eggs get even more devilish when yolks are mixed with Sriracha mayo, and cool sorbet gets a subtle hint of heat in a Peach Sriracha Sorbet.
Try out these recipes and just wait for your tastebuds to tingle!