There isn’t just one type of sriracha hot sauce. In fact, since sriracha is a generic term (there’s no trademark), there are even different versions and varieties of sriracha made by different companies. How many have you tried?
Weak Knees Gochujang Sriracha
If you want to add some new spicy flavor to your food or expand your hot sauce collection, this is an excellent option that you won’t find in grocery stores. Bushwick Kitchen Weak Knees Hot Sauce is made and hand-bottled in Brooklyn, NY. They use fermented gochujang chili paste to add a savory flavor to Sriracha hot sauce. The result is a condiment that isn’t super spicy, but instead a spicy-sweet that goes great on eggs, mac and cheese, or any other meal you could imagine.
This makes a great gift for sriracha lovers and foodies obsessed with trying hip regional foods.
- 10.5 oz. Bottle
- Vegan Sauce
- Contains Soy & Wheat
Huy Fong Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce
The original Huy Fong Sriracha hot sauce, by far the most popular sriracha sauce in the world. Includes the iconic rooster logo and green cap.
Ingredients: chili, sugar, salt, garlic, distilled vinegar, potassium sorbate, sodium bisulfite as preservatives and xanthan gum. Contains sulfite (sodium bisulfite).
Huy Fong Sauce Chili Garlic
One of the best substitutes for sriracha sauce, Chili Garlic Sauce is a little thicker and a little spicier. It’s meant for use in cooking, rather than as a condiment (although heck, we like it as a condiment too). It also comes in a wide-mouth bottle so you can stick a teaspoon or whatever in to get just the right amount. Or, you know, for massive pouring. Yeahhhh.
Ingredients: Chili, salt, garlic distilled vinegar, potassium sorbate and sodium bisulfite as preservatives and xanthan gum. Contains Sulphite (sodium bisulfite).
Hungry? Check out our favorite sriracha recipes and recipes for 10 unexpected foods to spice up with sriracha.