Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce

Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce

A+4.85 BASED ON 2 REVIEWS

Maker:

Huy Fong
Los Angeles, CA, United States

SHU (Scoville Heat Units):

2,200

Volume:

17 oz

Ingredients:

Chili, Sugar, Salt, Garlic, Distilled Vinegar, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Bisulfite, Xanthan Gum


Description:

Official: "The Huy Fong Sriracha hot chili sauce is made from sun ripened chilies which are ground into a smooth paste along with garlic and packaged in a convenient squeeze bottle.This product is guaranteed to be made with only the highest quality ingredients and contains no artificial colors or flavorings."

User Reviews

  • A+4.9

    Reviewed by on July 8th, 2012

    • Taste: 4.8
    • Smell: 3
    • Looks: 4
    • Heat: 2.1
    • Label: 4.9

    Label:

    An unmistakable label. Its simple design will bring a smile to your face once you know the goodness that is contained inside.

    Looks:

    A pleasant orange red blend. The sauce has a slight thickness to it. Depending on how much you shake, you can adjust it to your liking.

    Smell:

    A very sharp smell. Very garlicky with a strong vinegar signature.

    Taste:

    Outstanding taste. This sauce goes well with anything. Many sauces may make that claim but Sriracha truly delivers. A unique taste, with a fantastic garlic flavor.

    Heat:

    It doesn't pack much of a punch at all. It is a very mellow heat, that doesn't overwhelm or beat up on the flavor of your food.

    Overall:

    One of my Regulars. This one goes with it all. Never fear using it on any of your favorite dishes. When recommending a sauce to anyone who doesn't have much experience or a weak tongue, you cant go wrong here. A must have for all hot sauce fans.

  • A+4.8

    Reviewed by on December 21st, 2014

    • Taste: 4.7
    • Smell: 4.6
    • Looks: 4.7
    • Heat: 5
    • Label: 4.8

    Label:

    Easily identifiable around the world. Use this sauce in Paris Frsnce or Paris Texas A classic.

    Looks:

    Color nice red consistency varies to shakability Texture more than acceptable

    Smell:

    Strong. flavorful pungent More vinegary than many similar sauces

    Taste:

    The heat predominates. Great to punch up Pho, which is where I found this sauce eons ago. Lingers just long enough ....essentially a garnish sauce vs a cooking sauce

    Heat:

    The burn is serious. Be advised to use sparingly and only as a garnish.

    Overall:

    If you know to use as a garnish sauce, with delicately or less seasoned Asian cooking, this is the ultimate hot sauce for these dishes. Works really well with Vietnamese food.others I have not tried enough to cast an opinion.


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