Sriracha creator David Tran talks about his sauce and how it is made

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+4 1. ModifiedGrays commented 7 years ago

Some funny comics on Sriracha sauce:
http://theoatmeal.com/comics/sriracha
http://theoatmeal.com/quiz/sriracha_addict


The Wikipedia page is an interesting read: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sriracha_sauce_%28Huy_Fong_Foods%29

There is also a documentary on the sauce: http://srirachamovie.com/
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+8 2. Kenuty commented 7 years ago

I'am vietnamese and have eaten Sirracha for years before the hype. There are even better condiment and spicy saucse only found in our country though that you guys will never get to taste and even more fresh (Because its obviously picked fresh everyday and grounded) unfortunately these sauce will never make it out of the country.

Its funny how an everyday sauce I see on my table for years and years has suddenly become a huge hype to Americans (They're putting it in taco bell burrito, subways sandwhiches, noodles company main staple spice etc.
Next we'll start seeing the spicy sauce or garlic soy sauce from Chin-su. Watch the hype for that one I'll call it now.
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+3 3. sux2bu commented 7 years ago

What a great story of making your dream come true. Escaping Vietnam after the
communists took over was probably a risky thing to try.

This particular sauce is a little too mild with a Scoville heat rating of only about 2200 units.
I buy Dave's Gourmet "Insanity Sauce" which is rated at 95,000 SU. It will put a blister
on your transistor but is still very tasty.

http://store.davesgourmet.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=DAIN