- Named after the Thai city of Si Racha. (Wiktionary)
“Once you have a good amount of diced tuna (how much depends on how many rolls you want to make), throw it in a bowl with some mayonnaise and sriracha -- note that the mayo is just a binder, so you don't need a ton of it and the sriracha is the "spicy" in spicy tuna, so the more you use, the spicier it gets.”
“looks like an awesome dip, kat! i've certainly never had sunchokes in that form, and the sriracha is a great addition!”
“I've seen him do some pretty avant-garde things with sriracha and bologna.”
“To keep the faces of the mourners from troubling me in my sleep, I lose myself in the feel of sriracha, trying to remember every last note, to wipe everything else away.”
“I set a squeeze bottle of sriracha at the center of the table.”
“I squeeze sriracha into my bowlful until the top of the soup is more red than orange.”
“They could use some sriracha and soy-ginger sauce to dip.”
“I tried this out recently, adding a teaspoon or two to about an eighth of a cup of sriracha, and the results made for a seriously flavorful topping for a quick dinner of pork chops yanked from the freezer.”
“Would you know of a simple way to copy from word/outlook in plain text? kubus sriracha”
“After a couple of meals of leftover leg, a roast pork ragu with penne rigate and several sandwiches of garlicky pork, sriracha, sliced tomatoes, arugula & pickled red onions, we just tonight saw the last of it -- except for stock made from the bones, which reside in our freezer waiting for a day in some uncertain future when our appetite is at last restored.”
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