Sriracha hot chili sauce is one of the best sauces you can find. Sriracha (pronounced sear-raw-chah or sir-rotch-ah) is a bright red hot sauce which is becoming very popular.
Unlike many other sauces, this red sauce is very tasty. Its sweet heat can easily become your secret weapon. Named after Sri Racha, Thailand, this pasta-like sauce is made from vinegar, garlic, salt, sugar, and chili peppers.
The versatile hot stuff can be used as a dipping sauce for just about anything and it provides a low-cal flavor. It’s also gaining fame as a go-to street-food condiment. The sauce is also known as “rooster sauce.” You can try this with any of your favorite chili hot sauces. In the following recipe, we used a basic 3:1 ratio of mayo to hot sauce, but you can adjust your heat level to your personal tolerance.
The emulsion of egg yolks, seasonings, lemon juice and oil makes this thick creamy dressing. Commercial mayonnaise contains 65% of oil and without the egg yolks, this is called salad dressing. Ingredients are available throughout the year. Once you open it you should refrigerate it. Commercial mayonnaise lasts up to 6 months, while homemade mayonnaise only for 3 to 4 days. Mayonnaise is used as the base for many other sauces.
Usually, prepared mustard is made from seasonings, powdered mustard, and a liquid such as vinegar, wine, beer, or water. American mustard is made from white seed, flavored with vinegar, turmeric, and sugar, and it milder. Chinese and European mustards are made from brown seeds, zestier and they are more flavourful. Usually, Chinese mustards are most pungent and the hottest ones.
Dijon mustard is made with black or brown seeds. Ingredients are available throughout the year. It should be stored in a dark, cool place about 2 years. When it’s opened it should be refrigerated. Mustard matches well with beef, cabbage, crab, lamb, rabbit, sauerkraut, steaks, avocado, beets, chicken, fish, pork, salmon, sausages, and vinaigrette.
A blend of chilies, peppers, sugar, spices, tomatoes, onions, and vinegar used as a seasoning or condiment. Sriracha is the generic name for a hot sauce from Southeast Asia, which is named for the town of Si Racha. Sriracha is made from vinegar, chile peppers, sugar, salt, and garlic. Ingredients are available throughout the year.
- 1⁄4 cup sriracha hot chili sauce
- 1⁄4 cup yellow mustard
- 1⁄2 cup mayonnaise
- Whisk together sriracha, mustard, and mayonnaise in a bowl. Store for a week in an air-tight container. Use as a condiment on hot dogs, fries, burgers, dipping sauce, sandwiches, chicken, chips, or fish.