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Huy Fong, Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce, 17 Ounce Bottle
17 ounce sriracha hot chili sauce
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37 Reddit comments about Huy Fong, Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce, 17 Ounce Bottle:

u/OmicronNine · 13 pointsr/mylittlepony

You, sir, have a serious lack of Sriracha!

u/PulpHero · 4 pointsr/Military

A miniature sewing kit. When you’re running missions outside, clothes tend to get ripped, and with only limited numbers, life can get rough. A sewing kit helps.
Spirarcha chili sauce. If your soldier likes spicy foods, send them this. It’s spicy, it has flavor, and it will last them a few months.

Socks and underwear. Send them hiking socks and replacement pairs of underwear. Clothes tend to get gross and if they don’t have laundry, sometimes it is for the best to toss out old underclothes and wear new ones.

Beef jerky.

Trail mix of various types.

Great ideas for one-time gifts. These range from relatively cheap, to pricy and are a great surprise to a soldier stationed anywhere. I’ve included links to the products to give you an idea of what they look like, though don’t take those links as the only/cheapest place to find them:

Adjustable two-point sling. On base they have to carry around a weapon everywhere, and on mission they’ll be going some serious distance with it in their hands. If they are still using an Army-issue plain sling life is going to get a bit annoying. An adjustable two-point sling makes things more convenient and lets them ready a weapon to fire without an awkward movement on a mission. Ignore this if they are using a machine-gun, because those use heavy duty slings. Various companies make these, I prefer the VTAC, but they are all similar in make.

Surefire Earplugs. On mission, soldiers are supposed to wear earplugs, but many don’t because its uncomfortable and often all they are issued are cheap low qualifty plugs. Surefire earplugs conform to the shape of the ear and they are designed to allow someone to still be able to hear conversation level noise while protecting from high level noise. These are great.

Head-Loc helmet straps. One of the greatest pains is a helmet that won’t stay secure. The Head-Loc straps stay tighter and make the helmet so comfortable that you forget you’re wearing it.

PMAGs. Magpul plastic magazines, or PMAGs are high quality replacements for metal GI magazines. Army issued metal magazines are often used for years past the date that they should be retired and they are prone to feeding issues (I won’t get into the details) and PMAGs fix many of those issues and give a soldier more confidence in their equipment. A combat load is 7 magazines, so don’t feel the need to buy more than that, and even one or two PMAGs is greatly appreciated. Ignore if they are using a machinegun.

Head-lamp. Walking around an outpost at night is tricky and Afghanistan can get dark, a head-lamp is a great help to keep your soldier from stubbing their toe or walking into barbed wire. Get only with some kind of red or blue light filter.

Mechanix gloves. Soldiers need to wear gloves on mission and they tend to get torn up, a replacement pair of mechanixs gloves is a good choice.

u/pi_rate · 4 pointsr/cripplingalcoholism

Sriracha is cock sauce. In all honestly it's actually fucking delicious cock sauce.

u/jerstud56 · 3 pointsr/slackerrecipes

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0002PSOJW sriracha is a hot sauce. Sometimes referred to as cocksauce due to the rooster on the bottle.

u/jordanlund · 3 pointsr/WTF

The sauces are pretty easy to find, any Asian grocery will have them or any grocery store with a decent Asian section.

Alternatively:

Hoisin sauce

Sweet chili sauce

Sriracha sauce

Thai peanut sauce For some reason Amazon only has this in a 12 pack. I'm actually OK with that. ;^)

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

sriracha

i stole this item from a previous gifted post

i'm not ashamed

u/Terra99 · 3 pointsr/Pizza

Last week I was discussing the idea of having a sushi pizza. I kicked around the idea a little bit and decided I would do a Shaggy Dog inspired pizza. Normal pizza crust with dragon sauce (Kewpie and Rooster sauce) and cream cheese base. I did a very thin coating of sushi rice in the sauce (I'd leave this out next time) and then some green onions and shrimp. I did just enough Mozzarrella cheese to make everything gel together (about 1/3 of the amount I'd normally use). After it came out of the oven, I added slices of avacado, cucmbers and sprinkled with shredded fake crab. I found it tasted best if you let it sit for about 10 minutes.

u/bjwest · 3 pointsr/recipes

Just about any decient grocery store should carry sriracha. It should be right next to the soy sauce and other oriental foods. If not, here ya go.

u/graphictruth · 3 pointsr/Cooking

Spices and condiments should always get a priority. Try to add something to your inventory each month, so you can have variety even when it's the end of the month and you are down to half a case of ramen and some rice.

  • Sriracha - "I put that *** on everything.
  • Sweet Chili-garlic sauce - what god intended for chicken. You can make your own - but you can find good ones at any decent supermarket or Asian corner store.
  • Chili-garlic paste. Deliciously intense.
  • Curry (Sweet Madras Curry is fairly safe, other curry blends can rip your lips off. In a good way, but be warned.)
  • Balsamic vinegar. Great for saute', salads, etc. Adds a lot of flavor at a fairly low price per serving.
  • Balsamic reduction. Seemingly expensive, but it's not. It's concentrated, rich, deep and sweet; goes on everything from meat to ice cream.
  • Garlic powder - Along with salt and pepper, it's a basic.

    So, for that naked pasta - 2 or 3 tbs of margarine or extra-virgin olive oil, a small clove of garlic, pressed, a drizzle of balsamic reduction ~an eighth of a teaspoon, be scant with it - microwave in a container with a cover until just hot, blend by shaking. Drizzle over your veggies and pasta. No need to use it all at once - it will keep nicely.

    Ok, now I'm hungry. Which reminds me - broke college students should probably get into lacto-fermentation. Saurkraut, kimchee, etc all add tremendous nutrition and flavor at very low cost. /r/fermentation has you covered. The big win here is that you can scoop up all the marked-down produce and ferment it. It's also a thing that complements /r/freeganism. Saurkraut is particularly easy and I promise you - if you think it's kinda sour and yet bland, it doesn't have to be. And it's cheap like borcht.
u/acciocorinne · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Wooooo okay! Here's 1-20, and I will give the bonus ones a go in just a few minutes! fear cuts deeper than swords

1.) Something that is grey. How about a knife set?!

2.) Something reminiscent of rain. Cinema Paradiso! The cover of it is two people in the rain :) (Movies wishlist)

3.) Something food related that is unusual. This Manatea infuser is unusual! (Default wishlist)

4.) Something on your list that is for someone other than yourself. Tell me who it's for and why. (Yes, pets count!) I have a pet wishlist and a wishlist for my best friend! This traveling litter box is the perfect combination--it's so I can take my kitty on trips to my best friend's place! (Kitty wishlist)

5.) A book I should read! I am an avid reader, so take your best shot and tell me why I need to read it! Why have just one book when you could have 3000?! This little usb is loaded with over 3000 classic novels. Yes, almost all of these novels are free on Project Gutenberg, but having them all in one spot ready for you to peruse is amazing. You're almost guaranteed to find a book worth reading that you haven't read yet! (Books wishlist)

6.) An item that is less than a dollar, including shipping... that is not jewelry, nail polish, and or hair related! Well, not a physical item, but I have an mp3! (Music wishlist)

7.) Something related to cats. I love cats! (keep this SFW, you know who you are...) Kitty nail caps! I have a sphynx, so I have to clip her nails roughly every week (otherwise when she scratches herself, she cuts herself up D:). Nail caps are a cute and more hassle-free way of dealing with her claws! (Kitty wishlist)

8.) Something that is not useful, but so beautiful you must have it. This one is pretty tough for me, actually--I love purposeful items! However, I already have a cheese grater, so this hedgehog shaped one isn't actually something I NEED--it's just so cool!! (Default wishlist)

9.) A movie everyone should watch at least once in their life. Why? Life is Beautiful. It's a sweet, touching, and heartbreaking story of a Jewish father trying to keep the joy in life in a concentration camp. It's laugh-out-loud funny, and so sad you'll cry. Definitely worth watching. (Movies wishlist)

10.) Something that would be useful when the zombies attack. Explain. Packaged, high-cal foods will be really helpful! You have to keep your energy up while you're on the run, and you need a portable snack! These cookies are sure to give you the extra boost you need to escape the zombies. (Default wishlist)

11.) Something that would have a profound impact on your life and help you to achieve your current goals. Hmmm this is a toss-up for me. I need a laptop for life. I have a little chromebook, but when I need to update my resumes and write cover letters, I need to go to the library to use an actual computer to make sure the formatting is right. A laptop would help with the job hunt and (hopefully) help land me a job! (Expensive things wishlist) My other goal, to become healthier, would be helped by wrist weights to wear during my runs! No, it's not a huge amount of weight, but it will make my runs that much more difficult and help tone my arms! It's a small change with a big impact :) (Default wishlist)

12.) One of those pesky Add-On items. Oh gosh, take your pick. Cat snuggie (kitty wishlist), sriracha (who doesn't love hot sauce?! Under $6 wishlist), a pumice stone (Under $6 wishlist), or a kitty laser toy! (kitty wishlist)

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15.) Something smaller than a golf ball. A storm trooper USB! Cute and practical! (Default wishlist)

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17.) A (SFW) toy. Here's a whole bag of toys! And less than $10 too! My kitty would have a field day with all those toys :) (Kitty wishlist!)

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u/cknap · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This sriracha is $2.64. I've never had it before and I'm thinking it would be good with all of the foods

u/8luke · 2 pointsr/CasualUK

Currently a big bottle of this
but i vary if i use one up. Used to just always have Tabasco but went off it a bit as found it too sweet. Usually just grab something thats hot and on offer!

u/aacook · 2 pointsr/food

The recipe I used was based off Paula Deen’s Southern Fried Chicken recipe with some modifications: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/paula-deen/southern-fried-chicken-recipe.html


The 3 major modifications I made:

  • Substituted siracha hot sauce
  • Brining the chicken in buttermilk for 24 hours
  • Used a cast iron skillet instead of a deep pot (to get a nice crust on the chicken)


    The most challenging parts of the cook were breaking down the chicken and keeping the oil at a steady 350.


    Food ingredients

  • 2-2.5lb chicken
  • Large container of vegetable oil (peanut oil is my favorite)
  • 3 eggs
  • ⅓ cup water
  • 1 cup + ½ tablespoon siracha (I like Huy Fong which you can get on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Huy-Fong-Sriracha-Chili-Bottle/dp/B0002PSOJW)
  • 2 cups self rising flour
  • ¼ cup + 1 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 cup + 1 tablespoon kosher salt
  • ¼ cup garlic powder
  • ¼ cup + ½ tablespoon smoked paprika
  • ¼ teaspoon cayenne 1/2 quart low fat buttermilk
  • 1.5 sprigs fresh sage
  • 1.5 sprigs fresh thyme
  • 1.5 sprigs fresh rosemary
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 1/2 lemon
  • 2 cloves garlic

    Tools

  • Garlic smasher
  • A very sharp chef's knife
  • A large tupperware container (to hold the chicken for brining)
  • A medium tupperware container (to apply the dredge)
  • Oil thermometer (instant read is best)
  • Meat thermometer (for the chicken)
  • Large (10-15") cast iron pan (I used 12")
  • Cookie sheet and rack (to allow the chicken to rest)
  • A good pair of heat resistant tongs
  • Lemon zester


    Prepping (the day before)


    I front-loaded some of the work the day before, too, but you could do this the day of.


    Break down the chicken

    I brute forced 4 chickens on Friday and didn’t do enough research… here’s a good video on how to do it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGb1G3CFZvc Another good one from Alton Brown: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQ9OLPC-dkE
    I ended up with 2 drum sticks, 2 breasts, 2 thighs, and 2 wings. All of the pieces should include the bones, including the breast. Set it aside.

    Create the brine

    Mix together in a large tupperware:

  • ½ quart low fat buttermilk
  • 1.5 sprigs fresh sage, bruised
  • 1.5 sprigs fresh thyme, bruised
  • 1.5 sprigs fresh rosemary, bruised
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 1/2 lemon: juice it, then add the zest
  • 2 cloves garlic, smashed
  • ¼ teaspoon cayenne
  • ½ tablespoon siracha
  • ½ tablespoon smoked paprika

    Add all the chicken pieces, seal it, and put it in the fridge for 12-24 hours. Flip the chicken halfway through.

    Create the egg/sauce mix

    In another medium tupperware, mix together:
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 cup siracha
  • ⅔ cup water

    Create the dredge

    In my cook, I just put 2 cups self rising flour in a tupperware.

    Create the house seasoning

    Mix it together and put it into an old spice container or pizza shaker: 1 cup kosher salt ¼ cup black pepper ¼ cup garlic powder ¼ cup smoked paprika

    The cook

    Do not cook the chicken cold. You want to time it so the chicken is near room temperature when you’re adding it to the oil. I waited about 45 minutes.

    Add the oil to the pan. I filled mine just before ⅔ full. Bring the heat to 350, carefully monitoring using a thermometer. I had my burner at about 5.5/10.

    Remove the chicken from the fridge and dump the brine down the drain. Remove all of the fresh herbs from the chicken and pat it dry with paper towels.

    Season the chicken liberally on all sides with the house seasoning.

    Using tongs, take the chicken and dunk it into the egg/hot sauce mixture. Let it drip dry, then transfer it over to the tupperware containing the self rising flour. I did 3-4 pieces at a time. Close the container and shake. Remove the chicken from the flour and shake it to remove excess flour.

    Once you’re done you’ll have a big pile of chicken. Let it side for 5 minutes to allow the flour to set. Remember, you want to avoid putting cold chicken into the hot oil.

    Once your oil is at 350, add the chicken. If you’re doing just one chicken, you can position it so everything ends up finishing around the same time. Put the thigh meat in the middle and everything else around it, with the white meat towards the edge of the pan. Skin side down.

    Cook it for 10-12 minutes, then flip it. Using your meat thermometer, track the inside temperature of the chicken breast. Remove it once it reaches 165 and put it on the cookie sheet / rack (do not use paper towels!).

    Serve it hot. If you’re doing a bunch all at once, you can put it in the oven at 200 for a little while until it’s ready to serve.
u/kff96 · 2 pointsr/Sriracha

Try Amazon.co.uk or amazon.de, they might ship there :)

Edit:

Here ya go mate, order her a whole bunch :)

u/seg-fault · 2 pointsr/fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu

You're right, I am all of those things, and dudes are my specialty. (For the record, I do like Tabasco)

I find different dishes call for different sauces. The more sauces you try, the better of an idea you'll get for yourself what works with what. Note that the below links might not be the best prices and you can probably find a lot of these sauces at your local grocery store (unless you live in some cultural black hole like the American midwest). I spent my earlier years in southern California and developed a taste early on for Mexican cuisine, so my taste is highly reflective of that influence.

I enjoy these Mexican-style sauces:

  • Cholula - mainstream, overpriced, but decent


  • Tapatio - slightly more spicy than Cholula, a more peppery taste, for lack of a better description (on my part)


  • Valentina - One of the cheapest sauces I've come around, just douse everything in your path with it, similar to Tapatio

    El Yucateco is a great brand, in my opinion. They have a lot of awesome varieties. If you go to an authentic Mexican restaurant, you'll likely find it there:

  • Green Chili Habenero - Don't let the color fool you, this is a nice spicy sauce with a good flavor

  • Kutbil-ik Mayan Style Habanero - This is a different flavor, but it's great and has a nice heat profile

  • 4 pack Sampler - why not just try them all. $12 ain't that much, my friend ;)

    There are some other popular sauces which if I were to omit, people around here would be very angry:

  • Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce - This stuff packs nice heat with a garlicy-chili taste. I generally save it for Chinese and Indian food, and cup-noodle. Others like to put it on pizza and everything else. It is my opinion that they just don't have the right repertoire of sauces, but hey, if they like it, more power to them.

  • Frank's - You've already mentioned this, but this sauce and other similar Louisiana-style sauces are my favorite. Not very spicy, but they have a nice tangy flavor that goes great with Pizza, eggs, burgers, etc. Don't think about using this stuff on ethnic food, though. Stick to their sauces ;)

    There are a lot of boutique sauces out there that just pump out the Scoville units for the hell of it. A lot of them are gag gifts or novelties, but there are people out there that genuinely enjoy the rush you can get from them - you do get an adrenaline rush, it IS a high. Most of the sauces like this, however, are intended for cooking beef chili and other dishes where a small amount can be distributed through a larger portion of food.
u/Ah_whatcha_ma_oomph · 1 pointr/food

I'm trying to figure out the floating booger looking things. We normally don't put book Choy in the noodles. That's just getting fancy and a personal preference of the chef. There's also slices of pork meat near the greens. The chilis are also according to preference. We would put sirracha or sambal oelek or other chili paste sauce with hoisin sauce, squeeze some lime and bean sprouts.

Edit: there's also chopped green onions, chopped cilantro, and fried chopped garlic (very tiny piece I can see near the greens).

u/DaPM · 1 pointr/WTF

Nope, but I'm looking to get some.

Does this look original to you?

u/PandaBearShenyu · 1 pointr/funny
u/_Wharfedale_ · 1 pointr/AskReddit

http://www.amazon.com/Huy-Fong-Sriracha-Chili-Sauce/dp/B0002PSOJW

Buy some of this at your local grocery store. I put it on everything. Taste amazing with rice.

u/Hypertension123456 · 1 pointr/AskReddit

http://www.amazon.com/Huy-Fong-Sriracha-Chili-Sauce/dp/B0002PSOJW

I can't imagine a reason it wouldn't pack and travel well. And if you buy 5 bottles at a time you get free shipping.

u/takeme2space · 1 pointr/cookingcollaboration
u/IDFKwhereGilliganIs · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

We just emptied our bottle of sriracha. My favorite food is sushi!

Thanks for the contest!

u/drakfyre · 1 pointr/gaming

> I actually used some last winter as kindling for my fire because I didn't have any thing else except big logs, they burn really well lol

Oh yeah. They burn real good. Full of calories. It's one of my favorite snacks but I've had to forgo them because I am counting calories now. When I look at that meager handful of 8 chips that represents 150 kcalories, it's hard to justify eating them.

And to think I used to eat them by the bag too... shudder

> I think vanilla icecream works best.

I was going to ask but I had assumed as much. That being said, I am definitely going to try it on peppermint as well... just because I like peppermint and I am curious if it will still work.

> I really can't explain the taste of vegemite even though I've eaten it for 27 years.

"Vegemite tastes like... it just tastes like Vegemite!" is always the answer I get when I ask, which is why I need to try it. Anything that can only be described by the identity property is something I have to try. ;)

> My advice is less is more with that stuff, don't use it like you would use jam (or jelly I think you call it) if you're having it on toast.

Don't be a hero, got it. Thank you for the tip, I would've totally used too much. I was thinking "peanut butter" amounts actually. I'll be sure to dial it back when I try it.

> I'll definitely try that one of I can get my hands on it! Thanks.

You may have to order it online. It's not a super common sauce even in the US as-of-yet. Keep in mind, if you love hot sauce for the heat, this one is on the milder side (I don't know if there's cultural heat tolerance differences).

A couple other hot sauce suggestion:

Frank's Red Hot Sauce: It's been around for a while, it's commercialized, but damn if it isn't good. Medium heat but strong cayenne pepper flavor with a vinegar base. Similar to Tabasco but more flavor less heat. A requirement for US style "Buffalo Wings."

Sriracha sauce (sometimes affectionately known as "cock sauce" due to the logo, at least in my neck of the woods) is also really good. Tough to explain the flavor, actually, but it's really, really well-balanced.

If you are into hot for the heat, Dave's is what you want to try. Hurtin' Habanero is the one I recommend for a good blend of heat and flavor; it's hotter than any other suggestion I've made on here, but it has LOADS of Habanero flavor and damn that is a tasty pepper! But it's mid-scale heat on Dave's own products.

The first Dave's product I ever tried was Dave's Insanity Sauce. At the time, I thought I LOVED hot food unconditionally; I'd get extra hot food from the Thai places and I loved jalapeno chips and things like that. Well, a friend said this stuff was "actually hot" and I should try a drop of it on my tongue. It had a REALLY good flavor, wow. And it wasn't that hot. So I took another drop myself. Still tasted soooo good.

Then it hit me. My mouth started to burn. A burn like I had never experienced. And wouldn't stop. Nothing would stop it. Ice-cream, milk, salt, oil (I was desperate). Best thing I could do was fill my mouth with cold water, hold still, and then fill with more cold water. I was able to return to my normal life after about 3 hours.

It was unpleasant on the way out too.

I now know that the upper-heat levels on Dave's is more for use in a dish to add heat, just a drop or two in a soup will be noticed. Or used as a challenge/haze.

u/abby89 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Mmmmmm

Ooh crazy's what they think about me

u/wirette · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Here is the hot sauce I would force down the throat of anyone who tried to defraud me. If that were not enough, I would jam this up his backside as far as it would go so I could watch him wriggle and squirm.

NOT MY CARD.

u/animeman59 · 1 pointr/neogaming

You mean the people who make the Hot Cock Sriracha sauce?