If you can handle the heat, here are 29 hot and spicy ways to infuse all your meals with more Sriracha sauce.
Turn up the heat on boring guacamole with Sriracha sauce and chipotle peppers.
Sriracha sauce is quite possibly the only way you could get me to eat kale chips.
Sriracha wings, because Buffalo sauce is so last year.
Sriracha on the fries, Sriracha in the dipping sauce. That works.
Sriracha popcorn chicken is what all chicken should aspire to be.
Get your toothpicks ready... they're about to get a workout with these spicy meatballs.
If mushy Brussels sprouts aren't your thing, then these crunchy chips might be.
Though cheesesteak eggrolls sound ridiculously good on their own, a little dip into some Sriracha ketchup certainly wouldn't hurt my feelings.
You could toss shoe leather in butter and Sriracha and I'd probably eat it. But cauliflower works too.
If you're not sure about quinoa, ease yourself in with lots of cheese and Sriracha.
I might be on board with vegan wings when they're drenched in this much Sriracha sauce.
Buttery Sriracha sauce, tons of cheese, plenty of bacon. Otherwise known as the best fries ever.
Combining the classic burger and fries combo in one bite, but better because poutine.
How to amp up chicken salad: Add Sriracha sauce, and serve on buttery croissants.
This burger makes my heart skip a beat. That's normal, right?
If this sandwich piled high with tender pork, creamy slaw and Sriracha sauce doesn't make your mouth water, I don't know what will.
Get the milk ready. These shrimp tacos pack some punch with curry powder, cayenne pepper and Sriracha sauce.
With all that Sriracha and creamy avocado sauce, even meat lovers will get down with these tacos.
Sriracha-spiked peanut butter sauce for the win.
Just 20 minutes, and you're digging into this spicy bowl of noodles. That's faster than takeout.
Go big or go home, right? There is a whopping 1/2 cup of Sriracha sauce in this chicken recipe.
Proof that a few drops of Sriracha sauce go a long way for great flavor.
Creamy spicy pasta is comfort food at its finest, if you ask me.
Forget everything you ever thought about meatloaf. This is not your mama's meatloaf.
This shrimp recipe says the Sriracha sauce is optional, but it should say required.
The best part of this spaghetti is that it's all cooked in one skillet. You thought I was going to say Sriracha sauce was the best part, didn't you? Close second.
Super-spicy, slightly sweet and all good.
More spicy noodle bowls, because you can never have too many.
When vodka alone doesn't wake you up, add Sriracha sauce.
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