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The New Wave of Sriracha Sauces

Jojo's Sriracha

Sriracha is certainly having a moment. With humble beginnings in a seaside town in Thailand, the sweet-and-spicy chili sauce surged in popularity after Huy Fong Foods introduced the rooster-adorned, green-capped version to America in the 1980s. As the condiment continues to gain fans, creative twists infused with unique, all-new flavors are appearing on store shelves. From wine to anchovies, here are five innovative takes on the classic sauce.

Ravenswood Zinfandel Chili Sauce by Jojo's Sriracha
New to the spicy sauce? This wine-infused version is a nice introduction. The rich, fruity notes of the red wine temper the heat, making a smooth sauce that pairs well with any meal, from scrambled eggs to grilled chicken. ($14;

Tabasco Brand Sriracha
The hot sauce titan recently rolled out its own take on the Asian sauce, though the “limited-edition” product is currently only available in the brand’s online store. The red-pepper based condiment offers a nice balance of sweet and tangy flavors to stir-fries, noodles, and soups. ($5;

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Musashi Midori Green Sriracha
Give your Asian-inspired dishes a “green” makeover with this newly released Japanese interpretation. This sriracha is made with green serrano peppers to give the classic sauce a pretty emerald shade and an even hotter flavor profile. ($4.99;

Lee Kum Kee Sriracha Chili Sauce
While it tastes similar to the original, this version is a little grittier. With the inclusion of anchovy extract for a more unusual flavor, this isn’t for the faint of heart (or vegetarians). ($9;

Hampton Creek Just Mayo Sriracha
When you want to treat yourself to something creamy, try this eggless version of spicy mayonnaise. Also free of soy and gluten, this versatile spread can be used in recipes ranging from zesty crudité dips to salad dressings. ($1.99;



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