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    All hail Sriracha sauce

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    I love this stuff. You can put it on anything, salad, sandwhiches, add it to sauces, whatever. It's not that hot, but very flavorful. Just passing along the love.

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    I use that stuff all the time.
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    My favorite hot sauce! It goes on pizza, burgers, fries...anything, really. And it doesn't have that vinegary bite like alot of other hot sauces do.

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    I love it, but to me it's like ketchup... It's got good flavor but not enough heat for me anymore.

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    Fantastic sauce.

    Quote Originally Posted by Psydotek View Post
    I love it, but to me it's like ketchup... It's got good flavor but not enough heat for me anymore.
    Try mixing with water, water 1:2 sauce. I find it brings out the flavour and spiciness a bit more.

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    Love it.

    My favorite uses are black beans and peanut sauce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psydotek View Post
    I love it, but to me it's like ketchup... It's got good flavor but not enough heat for me anymore.
    Yeah, I don't use it for heat. If I want something hot, I drip on some Dave's Insanity Sauce.

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    It's awesome- but yeah, it's not really hot, more like ketchup. It's all about the garlic and the tanginess, though.

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    I love that stuff.

    My mom complains that everything I cook tastes like sriracha...
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    i put it in oatmeal.

    nectar of the gods.

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    You're making me hungry! My pretzel sticks and peanut butter pale in comparison to a stir fry with soy and sriracha.

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    Ononomiyaki sauce FTW!
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    I love it, but always forget the name.

    I call it Rooster Sauce.

    mix it with some mayo for a great crab-cake dipping sauce. Happyfeet taught me that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HardyWeinberg View Post
    i put it in oatmeal.

    nectar of the gods.
    I love the sauce, but this just sounds wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UmneyDurak View Post
    I love the sauce, but this just sounds wrong.
    It depends on how you mentally classify oatmeal. It doesn't fall into the maple syrup group for me, I'm more likely to put cheese and sausage into it, but just the sriracha is dandy and simpler (no cheese chopping/sausage frying)

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    omg and all this time i called i chicken sauce!
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    yikes...
    but i see it at most chinese joints...

    anyone try harissa sauce?
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    It's OK, just a bit weak to someone like myself that has a hotsauce collection of over 40 varieties. Tastes a bit too much like ketchup.
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    My favorite all-purpose sauce:



    Yum...

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    My most favoritetist hot sauce:

    http://www.painisgood.com/pain.asp?sizzle=195

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    Quote Originally Posted by UmneyDurak View Post
    I love the sauce, but this just sounds wrong.
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    I like it on celery. Nice combo.

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    I like Sriracha on pickles and cheesy macaroni.

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    Vietnemese Chili-Garlic sauce. By the same makers of the Sriracha sauce but this has a little more heat and a pronounced garlic flavor. Believe me, a little goes a long way!

    I love pho long time.

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    There used to be an artsy fartsy burrito place near emory university, called Burrito Art. They had this jamaican jerked chicken burrito with pineapple salsa. I would get that and drench it in siracha. That was an awesome lunch....probably responsible for a good 20lbs around my waist back then. Sadly, that place is no longer in business there and I don't work in that area anymore.

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