Sriracha fans can be manic in their devotion to the sauce in ways that few other condiments can inspire. If you're a card-carrying sriracha fan, or just looking to branch out in your saucery, take a look at these five recipes from creamy to smoked to green. There's something for every sriracha fan here.
To my mind, the hot chicken tradition of Nashville, TN is among the most amazing regional food traditions for three reasons: 1) it's amazingly local, native to a few neighborhoods in a single city, rather than a general area 2) it's amazingly (yet justifiably) spicy, and 3) the recipes have been amazingly secretive.
Moreover, it's incredibly, incredibly delicious, and I've never had anything like it.
I love hot sauce as much as anyone...except my wife, who eats it on bread. We keep plenty around, particularly since I work from home and it helps transform my mishmash of fridge leftovers and pantry staples into a flavorful, work-at-your-desk breakfast and lunch (see also: smoked salt).
But, most are a variation on a theme: chiles, vinegar, spices. Some add a bit of garlic, or smokiness, or additional sweetness but most of the
The michelada is one of my favorite summer treats, and proof that beer is as solid of an ingredient for cocktails and mixed drinks as any distilled spirit.