Sriracha: The Hot Food Trend You'll Want To Try
At the Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco, the hot Asian spice sriracha turned up in the most unusual places.
[MUSIC] At the Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco, the Asian hot sauce Sriracha turned up everywhere. Made primarily from chili peppers, Sriracha's sweet garlicky heat was found in tortilla chips made by Way Better snacks. In hummus made by Hope Foods and even in a PJ jam, made by the Jam Stand in Brooklyn New York. This combination of sweet and fiery flavors would dress up chicken wings or a bacon and egg sandwich. You can buy these gourmet products or find a store that sells them online. [MUSIC]
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