Turn an Ordinary Meal Into a Spicy Crowdpleaser with One Simple Ingredient: Sriracha Salt

Sriracha Salt Turns an Ordinary Meal

What meal couldn’t use a little more spice? If you’re a Sriracha fan, then you probably agree with that hypothetical question. We’ll also assume that you’re constantly looking to take things up a notch in the kitchen. And if that’s the case, then Sriracha Salt is your new secret weapon for whipping up tasty recipes with a serious kick.

With its surprisingly mellow chili flavor and addictive salty taste, this herbaceous condiment is sure to please anyone. I mean, it’s salt combined with Sriracha—what’s not to like? It’ll add heat to popcorn, give life to steamed veggies, and fire up a chicken dish like none other. It also makes for a mouthwatering topping on nuts and ice cream. Yep, it tastes spectacular on a scoop of caramel-fudge delight.

This spicy version of classic seasoned salt also adds a zesty take to cocktails. Use it to salt the rim of a Margarita and then get ready for quite the lively happy hour. Or, add it to a Bloody Mary and take your Sunday morning brunch to a whole new level.

Handcrafted by Preservation & Co., a speciality foods company based in Sacramento, each jar of Sriracha Salt is made using real, whole foods such as salt, chiles, vinegar, garlic, and sugar. That means there’s none of that yucky stuff—like artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives—that makes health-conscious foodies gag. It’s just pure, delicious Sriracha in a gloriously delectable salt form.

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