Best Sriracha Recipes
Sriracha Garlic Tofu with Mint
Amp up pan seared tofu with spicy Sriracha sauce and cooling herbs for a great dish that takes minimal effort.
Sriracha-and-Wasabi Deviled Eggs
Joanne Chang's mother used to make hard-boiled eggs for dinner: She would add them to the beef or chicken she was braising in soy. This is Joanne's riff on those eggs, made spicy with hot sauce and wasabi.
Spicy Sriracha Chicken Wings
These crispy chicken wings get their heat from Sriracha, the Thai hot sauce that chef Michael Symon says is his favorite in the world. "We always have a couple of extra bottles at home, because my stepson blows right through the stuff."
Grilled Skirt Steak with Green Sriracha
"So many cultures have some version of a pesto or chimichurri," says Susan Feniger, who uses southeast Asian coconut, chiles and kaffir lime leaves to create a green Sriracha, a Thai-style hot sauce.
French Fries with Bulgogi and Caramelized Kimchi
Austin is loaded with food trucks, and the Korean-Mexican-Texan mash-up that is Chi'Lantro is one of chef Aarón Sanchez's favorites. For his famous late-night snack, Chi'Lantro chef and owner Jae Kim tops hot french fries with caramelized kimchi, grilled Korean-style beef and a mayonnaise spiked with Sriracha.
Spicy Vietnamese Chicken Sandwiches
The Vietnamese accents here come from Sriracha (Southeast Asian chile sauce) and sweet-salty pickled onions.
Sriracha Roasted Broccoli
Roasted broccoli gets a kick with a Sriracha sauce mixture, making it a great spicy side dish.
Richard Blais loves aerating all sorts of dressings and condiments in a siphon. The Sriracha-ranch (or “Sri-rancha,” as he calls it) foam makes the perfect topping for a fried chicken cutlet sandwich.
This mayonnaise-based glaze, flavored with toasted sesame seeds and Sriracha chile sauce, is delicious brushed on all kinds of fish before roasting or broiling. Use it on skinless fish like halibut, mackerel or wild striped bass. Mixed with scallions and soy sauce, it becomes a terrific sauce.
Piquillo-Pepper Num Pangs
To save time, Ratha Chau suggests spiking store-bought pesto with chiles, lime and fish sauce instead of making the pesto here.
Bacon Fried Rice with Avocado and Fried Eggs
Chef Ed Kenney uses both white and brown rices in this terrific bacon-studded dish that he serves at his casual Honolulu spot, Kaimuki Superette. "In Hawaii, we call it hapa rice; it's more interesting and flavorful than plain white rice," he says. "In Hawaiian, hapa means 'partial' and is often used as a term of endearment to describe people of mixed ethnic backgrounds."
Classic Macaroni Salad
This classic creamy macaroni salad has just the right amount of crunchy vegetables.
Extra-Hot Hot and Sour Soup
Because some like it extra hot, this Hot and Sour Soup packs heat from three different ingredients.
Chicken Pineapple Stir-Fry
Chicken stir-fry gets a perfect hint of sweetness with the addition of pineapple.
Honey-Garlic Baked Chicken
These easy-to-make drumsticks are sweet and garlicky and sure to become a family favorite.
Grilled Lobsters with Miso-Chile Butter
Grilling lobsters at home, like F&W's Gail Simmons does, is supereasy if you have your fishmonger clean and halve the lobsters for you.
Baked Sriracha Chicken Thighs
A healthy dose of Sriracha gives these bone-in chicken thighs an extra bump of flavor.
Sriracha Chicken Quesadillas
Spicy Sriracha chicken and lots of grated cheddar cheese make these quesadillas a party favorite.
Sriracha Chicken and Edamame Salad Sandwich
This delicious Asian-inspired chicken salad is stuffed with spicy Sriracha chicken and healthy edamame.