At some point in the past decade, Sriracha had transformed from an obscure, sweet and spicy condiment designated for hipsters and certain mom-and-pop restaurants to a full-blown worldwide sauce phenomenon. At this point, the only way you haven’t been exposed to the tangy red stuff is if you’ve been trying not to – because this stuff has truly penetrated mainstream food culture.
From bags of potato chips to popular fast food chains, Sriracha can be found laced in a countless number of food products out there. For those of us who still can’t get enough of the stuff, this has been a fantastic revolution that we’ve been more than happy to ride along with.
Believe it or not, however, there are naysayers out there – those who claim that Sriracha’s moment has already passed.
These people are wrong, and there are a million signs all around us that point to our favorite condiment continuing on as a permanent mainstay in our condiment cabinet and restaurant tabletops across the globe. There’s simply no stopping the red wave.
Don’t believe me? There is a plethora of evidence that Sriracha is a hot sauce that’s here to stay:
Anybody still want to make the case that Sriracha’s time in the limelight has passed? Didn’t think so.
Sriracha, still so hot right now. Sriracha.
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