Unit/Weight : 482Gr and 795Gr
Brand : Suree
Country : Thailand
Sriracha is a type of hot sauce, named after the coastal city of Si Racha, in the Chonburi Province of Eastern Thailand, where it was possibly first produced for dishes served at local seafood restaurants. It is a paste of chili peppers, distilled vinegar, garlic, sugar, and salt,and comes in at 2,000 scoville units, or less than half that of jalapeño peppers.
Sriraja Panich chili sauce by Thai Theparos Food Products (left) and Tương Ớt Sriracha by Huy Fong Foods (right).
In Thailand the sauce is most often called sot Siracha and only sometimes nam phrik Siracha. Traditional Thai Sriracha sauce tends to be tangier, sweeter, and runnier in texture than non-Thai versions. Non-Thai sauces are different in flavor, color, and texture from Thai versions.
In Thailand, Sriracha is frequently used as a dipping sauce, particularly for seafood. In Vietnamese cuisine, Sriracha appears as a condiment for phở, fried noodles, a topping for spring rolls (Chả giò), and in sauces.
Within the United States, Sriracha sauce is most commonly associated with the version produced by Huy Fong Foods, colloquially known as "rooster sauce" or "cock sauce".
How to Use Sriracha Sauce
Like most hot sauces, Sriracha is extremely versatile. Here are a few ways to enjoy the potent sauce:
•Straight: Sriracha’s original use was as a dipping sauce. Squeeze some into a small bowl or squirt it straight from the bottle onto your favorite foods.
•Sauces: Sriracha’s spicy, tangy flavor pairs wonderfully with creamy dips and sauces. Mix some Sriracha into sour cream, mayonnaise, or cream cheese based dips for a little kick.