Recipes include: Sriracha Buffalo Chicken Dip, Sriracha Deviled Eggs, Sriracha Cranberry Sauce, Smoked Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Maple and Sriracha, Deep Fried Sriracha Turkey and Sriracha Gravy, and Chocolate Sriracha Cheesecake.
'Tis the season to be spicy! It's time for family, friends...and food. We went a little crazy...okay, okay, we went full-blown, four-alarm, full-on Sriracha obsessed... with these spicy Sriracha holiday recipes. If you're feeling a little naughty, try these 8 classic holiday twists and you will see that these treats are pretty damn nice!!
Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Share these simple yet spicy recipes with your family and friends this Thanksgiving.
An all time favorite. Fried Chicken.
This time around, it comes with a spicy twist.
This is the perfect recipe for any chilly winter night. Spicy comfort food, with a bright color and a pleasant aroma, that will fill your kitchen with sun and warmth!
Have you ever been eating something and thought to yourself – this could really use something more, but you’re broke? We’ve all been there, right?
I’m guessing that the Pilgrims probably couldn’t handle hot sauce but that doesn’t mean it can’t be on your Thanksgiving table.
It's that time of year again. When you start seeing Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte's and Spirit Halloween stores popping up left and right, you know it's pumpkin recipe season.
We've never met a person who doesn't like deviled eggs. We've never met a person who doesn't love Sriracha.
We have a feeling this one will be a hit...
It's healthy, delicious, and one of the easiest foods to make. No excuses not to use this super simple but extra tasty recipe.
Keep yourself warm this winter with a Sriracha Honey Hot Toddy!