How to Make Homemade Sriracha
Thick and creamy yet still smooth enough to drizzle, this homemade version of the ubiquitous Thai hot sauce embodies everything you love about the stuff. It’s garlicky, spicy, tangy, lightly sweet, and just delicious. If you’re like us, you’ll want to eat it on everything—burgers, sandwiches, eggs, oven fries, hummus, rice and noodle dishes, meat loaf, and more. Do keep in mind that you should keep the chiles covered as they cook, as they put forth a powerfully fiery aroma. Plan to keep your vent hood going as you’re making this, too.
This recipe originally appeared on Cookinglight.com.