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Here’s a dumb drinking game that you’ll soon regret! But hey, at least you’ll leave with bragging rights. 
Sriracha Roulette
Here’s how you can play   at home! Make two bloody mary cocktails. Each person takes a swig. Add the same amount of Sriracha to each glass, mix well.
Take another sip each…add more Sriracha. Rinse, repeat.  The game goes until   one person can’t force themselves to take the next drink.
This is usually   when the glass is almost pure Sriracha.

Here’s a dumb drinking game that you’ll soon regret! But hey, at least you’ll leave with bragging rights. 

Sriracha Roulette

Here’s how you can play at home!

Make two bloody mary cocktails. Each person takes a swig.

Add the same amount of Sriracha to each glass, mix well.

Take another sip each…add more Sriracha. Rinse, repeat. 

The game goes until one person can’t force themselves to take the next drink.

This is usually when the glass is almost pure Sriracha.

Thank you @theoatmeal for being our artistic inspiration. 

(Source: heliedaboutdeath)

For the love of Sriracha! We are a Chili Sauce Collective. Sriracha aficionados sharing recipes and gushing over their love for a condiment. Never has there been a stronger love for something so, so spicy. **One of the main goals of starting this page is to eventually try to convince the manufacturer (Huy Fong) to produce travel-size or single-serving packets for mass distribution, after we gain critical mass. 
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For the love of Sriracha! We are a Chili Sauce Collective. Sriracha aficionados sharing recipes and gushing over their love for a condiment. Never has there been a stronger love for something so, so spicy. 

**One of the main goals of starting this page is to eventually try to convince the manufacturer (Huy Fong) to produce travel-size or single-serving packets for mass distribution, after we gain critical mass. 

COME LIKE US ON FACEBOOK!

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Xtina, Spiffy-Tiffy, V-Reyes, Eriq, and Mr. Place himself….

Sriracha steak rolls. Mmmmm!
munkefresh:

 
Steak Rolls.
Ingredients:SteakCarrotsEnoki MushroomsPeppers (Green & Red)OnionsGarlicSrirachaMarinade:Soy SauceBrown SugarSaltPepperGarlic 
Directions:Well, OBVIOUSLY, first you wanna marinate the steak. Just get something to put that mess in and add in the stuff I told you to get for the marinade and you should be good! Just don’t sit up there and over do that mess. Put enough just soy sauce just to BARELY cover the top of the meat and you should be good on that, then add in the rest to your liking. Not saying to taste the marinade after it’s touched the steak.. you could get steak-fever or something! Anyways, do that up real good like and cover that with saran wrap and pop it in the fridge for a cool minute.. like two hours to a day before use to get them juices soaked up in there! You can even poke holes in the steak to get it REALLY flowin. 
After that’s done marinading, you should cut up all those veggies julienne style. That means make them like match-sticks and such. After that, grill the garlic in a skillet of your choice on a low-heat so it doesn’t really stick to it. Next, add a little oil and the veggies you cut up. Take them off the heat and get the steak. Cut the steak so when you wrap the steak around the veggies, the veggies stick out just a little bit on either side. Then use tooth picks to hold them in that shape while you cook the steak on the skillet/griddle/grill or where ever you wanna cook em. Once they’re done, just take em off ya big dummy! Sprinkle with sesame seeds and sriracha and you should be good to go! Spicy, yet, delicious! White rice makes a good side dish of course. Get yourself some Sapporo and Sake and have a good time.. Kampai, bitches.

Sriracha steak rolls. Mmmmm!

munkefresh:

 

Steak Rolls.

Ingredients:
Steak
Carrots
Enoki Mushrooms
Peppers (Green & Red)
Onions
Garlic
Sriracha

Marinade:
Soy Sauce
Brown Sugar
Salt
Pepper
Garlic 

Directions:
Well, OBVIOUSLY, first you wanna marinate the steak. Just get something to put that mess in and add in the stuff I told you to get for the marinade and you should be good! Just don’t sit up there and over do that mess. Put enough just soy sauce just to BARELY cover the top of the meat and you should be good on that, then add in the rest to your liking. Not saying to taste the marinade after it’s touched the steak.. you could get steak-fever or something! Anyways, do that up real good like and cover that with saran wrap and pop it in the fridge for a cool minute.. like two hours to a day before use to get them juices soaked up in there! You can even poke holes in the steak to get it REALLY flowin. 

After that’s done marinading, you should cut up all those veggies julienne style. That means make them like match-sticks and such. After that, grill the garlic in a skillet of your choice on a low-heat so it doesn’t really stick to it. Next, add a little oil and the veggies you cut up. Take them off the heat and get the steak. Cut the steak so when you wrap the steak around the veggies, the veggies stick out just a little bit on either side. Then use tooth picks to hold them in that shape while you cook the steak on the skillet/griddle/grill or where ever you wanna cook em. Once they’re done, just take em off ya big dummy! Sprinkle with sesame seeds and sriracha and you should be good to go! Spicy, yet, delicious! White rice makes a good side dish of course. Get yourself some Sapporo and Sake and have a good time.. Kampai, bitches.

Sriracha photoset. This is cool. 

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Our 6th and final installment! What will next month bring….

healthy and delicious!
btu:

i’m cooking again :)
soy sauce + sriracha pan fried tofu (with scallions, garlic, ginger), salt water boiled edamame, steamed rice.
taking the time to cook > working out for 45 min. good decision.

healthy and delicious!

btu:

i’m cooking again :)

soy sauce + sriracha pan fried tofu (with scallions, garlic, ginger), salt water boiled edamame, steamed rice.

taking the time to cook > working out for 45 min. good decision.