Thai hot sauce, Sriracha (known in some circles as 'Rooster Sauce' because of its iconic logo), is one of our favorite ways to add heat and spice to anything. Traditionally used in Thai and Vietnamese cuisine, we love the complex, garlicky flavor it brings to everything from eggs to collard greens.
Sriracha's only problem is that its bottle delivers only big globs of sauce anywhere you put it. Which means you sometimes get a big, face-melting bite among sadly hot-sauce-less bites. We would like to thank Reddit for solving this dilemma once and for all.
Behold, Sprayracha. By attaching a simple spray-bottle cap to your large bottle of Sriracha, you can now easily and evenly mist your plate. Enjoy, and keep your face out of the way!
This tuna recipe makes a light and healthy dinner. It takes just minutes to sear the tuna, and when served with a side of sesame noodles it makes a complete meal. The ginger sauce is spiced with sriracha, giving this dish just the right amount of heat. <strong>Get the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/27/sesame-crusted-tuna-with-_n_1058677.html" target="_hplink">Sesame-Crusted Tuna with Ginger Cream</a> recipe</strong>
Most Thai peanut recipes wouldn't be considered a healthy meal, but this recipe is one you can feel good about making for dinner. Made with poached chicken and all-natural peanut butter, rest assured knowing that you're getting a healthy dose of protein. <strong>Get the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/27/thai-spicy-peanut-sauce-w_n_1056965.html" target="_hplink">Thai Spicy Peanut Sauce with Poached Chicken</a> recipe</strong>
This recipe only calls for a teaspoon of sriracha, but if you like some real heat in your dishes feel free to double (or triple) that amount -- the orange flavors of the dish will still shine through. <strong>Get the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/27/orange-tofu-and-broccoli_n_1057196.html" target="_hplink">Orange Tofu and Broccoli</a> recipe</strong>
The spicy condiment on this sandwich really pulls all the flavors together. And once you see how easy it is to make, you'll be putting it on everything. To make this sandwich a little bit lighter, use grilled fish instead of fried. <strong>Get the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/27/fried-sole-sandwiches-wit_n_1061263.html" target="_hplink">Fried Sole Sandwiches with Spicy Mayo and Pickles</a> recipe</strong>
The shrimp is marinated in garlic, ginger and sriracha which guarantees a flavorful meal. Served atop a bed of soya noodles, asparagus and shiitake mushrooms, the tastes are well complemented. <strong>Get the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/12/15/olive-oil-poached-shrimp-_n_1151645.html" target="_hplink">Olive Oil-Poached Shrimp with Soba Noodles</a> recipe</strong>
A heaping tablespoon of sriracha is used to balance the sweetness of the peanut butter in this Asian-inspired salmon dish. Serve the fish with brown rice for a complete meal. <strong>Get the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/27/red-chili-and-peanut-butt_n_1061101.html" target="_hplink">Red Chili and Peanut Butter-Glazed Salmon</a> recipe</strong>
This simple salad is packed with bright, tangy flavors. The tofu is served atop a mesclun salad with freshly pickled cabbage and carrot kimchi. It's all pulled together with a creamy salad dressing. <strong>Get the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/27/xie-xies-tofu-salad-with_n_1058801.html" target="_hplink">Xie Xie's Tofu Salad with Pickled Vegetables</a> recipe</strong>
This simple shrimp recipe relies solely on the amazing flavors of the sriracha -- aside from a little help from garlic, salt and pepper. You can easily grill these skewers in a grill pan or outdoor grill depending on your preference. <strong>Get the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/27/firecracker-shrimp_n_1058010.html" target="_hplink">Firecracker Shrimp</a> recipe</strong>
The grilled fish fillets are first brushed with sriracha and oil to seal them in potent flavors. These light rolls make a satisfying lunch or a great dinner appetizer. They're topped with lettuce, radishes, mint and cucumber, but feel free to use what veggies you have on hand. <strong>Get the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/27/summer-rolls-with-halibut_n_1061288.html" target="_hplink">Summer Rolls with Halibut, Lemongrass, and Radishes</a> recipe</strong>