Thanksgiving is almost here! We're ready for lots of good food, family, friends and tons of Sriracha. Here's 6 Spicy Sriracha Thanksgiving Recipes that you must definitely try and share. Chocolate Sriracha Cheesecake, anyone?
This is an excellent dip for veggies, chips, tortilla chips, pretzels, and even crackers. The perfect snack or even appetizer, this Sriracha Buffalo Chicken Dip via Chew Out Loud is sure to win over favorites and will at least curb the appetite until the turkey is served.
Gather these ingredients:
Then head on over to Chew Out Loud for details on how to whip up this quick and easy dip.
A classic spicy twist on a favorite dish, these Sriracha Deviled Eggs are great for another appetizer or served with the main meal. Dish created by Chef Mitch Prensky and shared via Chowhound.
Grab yer eggs and head over to Chowhound for this easy 3 step recipe.
Behold! Eggs...and a Rooster. Let's name him Spicy. And he shall be our Spicy.
What's Thanksgiving without the 3 main sauces? Sriracha sauce, Cranberry sauce and Gravy....Sauce. This Sriracha Cranberry Sauce via Whole Foods Market takes your 2 favorite sauces and combines them into one sweet and spicy elixir. Perfect for Thanksgiving Day or save for leftovers such as turkey sandwiches or crackers.
Get these 3 simple ingredients:
Ready?! Now yeet on over to Whole Foods Market for the instructions.
Be bold. Be adventurous. Think outside the typical Thanksgiving sweet potato dish. For our Southern friends or those who know good food when they see it, this Smoked Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Maple and Sriracha recipe via AmazingRibs.com is for you. Just the name has our mouths watering!
Cooked on a grill to get that supreme smoky flavor, this dish will be an instant classic for Thanksgivings to come. Turn on the game or the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, because while it takes 10 minutes of prep, this dish takes about 1 hr 25 minutes to cook. No, my friends, you can't rush delicious glory. Challenge accepted. We heard these 'tatoes go great with Pumpkin Ale too, bro.
This could be you Thanksgiving Day. You go, random stock photo on the internet guy, grill those imaginary Smoked Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Maple and Sriracha.
GRILL. LIKE. YOU. MEAN. IT!!!
The main event, the crown jewel, the King of Thanksgiving: THE TURKEY. What's Thanksgiving without the turkey? Nothing, my friends, nothing. It's like life without Sriracha. This Deep Fried Sriracha Turkey and Sriracha Gravy recipe via Tori Avey is #winning. Hey Charlie Sheen, when did you show up? Come, join us in our delicious feast. We're all winners when we try this recipe. Just add stuffing.
Chocolate Sriracha Cheesecake. We saved the best for last. Move over Pumpkin Pie, you're boring! This recipe originates from the UK via TasteMade and we have to be 100% honest. We're Americans. We love Brits. But when we saw the first ingredient for this recipe was "12 Digestive Biscuits", we didn't quite get it. Are Digestive Biscuits what the British call Graham Crackers? Is it something else entirely?
Apparently (thanks Google) in the UK they have Digestive Biscuits instead of Graham Crackers. As in, Graham Crackers literally do not exist in the UK at all. Who knew, right? Anyway, take a look at this chocolate-y, spicy recipe and whether you use Digestive Biscuits or Graham Crackers, everybody uses Sriracha, and that's the taste we all love.
Leap Day (Feb. 29th) only comes once every 4 years, basically. To celebrate, check out this list of 29 signs that validate your Sriracha obsession. How many are true for you?
"If you like Sriracha, then you will love these cookies! Chewy and chocolatey with a hint of chili heat." ~Steve Cylka, Recipe Developer~