Monday, January 16, 2012

National Hot and Spicy Foods Day

The beginning of the year is home to a great holiday that many people celebrate daily without evening knowing it. National Hot & Spicy Foods Day, is a Holy Day in The Supreme Plates offices and we make sure to eat as much deliciously spicy foods as we can. Starting off with a super condiment, known to make millions of dish delicious and even more backsides angry at their owners, Sriracha should be coveted like fine wine on this day.

For those unclear on just what we are talking about, Sriracha Sauce, is the name of one of the greatest sauces known to mankind. Srircha is named after the seaside city of Si Racha, in central Thailand where it was first produced for local seafood restaurants. The distinct taste of chili peppers, vinegar, garlic, sugar and salt have dominated the Asian market here in the United States since its inception in 1980. This puree version is primarily produced by Huy Fong Foods this is different from the Thai paste from which it takes its name.
Traditionally a tangy, sweeter sauce with a lot of kick from chiles, it’s thick texture make it perfect for just about any application.

From sushi, pizza and BBQ to soups, pastas and chow mein dishes, Sriracha is truly a unique flavor enhancing condiment that deserves to on every table or fridge in the United States.
Due to its ingredients, Sriracha does not need to be stored in the refrigerator as some people tend to believe. Available in almost every Supermarket in the Asian foods aisle and of course in your local Asian Market or online at Huy

Pick up some today and put it on whatever your eating tonight. We promise it will taste good. Check the Recipes below for some great ideas as to where you can use Sriracha Sauce while making a memorable meal at home.

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