Sriracha is a type of Thai hot sauce (also known as Rooster Sauce) that is made from a paste consisting of chili peppers, distilled vinegar, garlic, sugar and salt. It is most commonly used as a seafood dipping sauce, but has other uses as well (condiment, soup topping, sauces). It’s also named after a city in Eastern Thailand called Si Racha.
These are just a few facts to get you started; below you’ll find 10 other things that you should know about Sriracha.
One of the most interesting things that you may not know is that there are many imitation Sriracha sauces on the market; they’re even packaged in the same type of bottle. However, there are three things to look for in order to tell if the bottle is authentic, so be sure to pay attention to number nine on the infographic to find out what to look for.
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Infographic: 10 Things You Should Know About Sriracha | OC Weekly