Sriracha—the “spicy rooster sauce”—picks up heat on menus as popularity rises for this Asian condiment. It’s adding a fiery punch to the usual stir-fries, soups, noodles and BBQ sauces, but also showing up in fine-dining seafood dishes, cocktails, sandwiches and sweets.

Perry Street
New York, NY
Rice Cracker Crusted Tuna, Sriracha Citrus Emulsion; $19.50

Brooklyn Wok Shop
Brooklyn, NY
Sriracha-Lada: Sriracha, lime, tomato and beer; $7

Socola Chocolatier
San Francisco, CA
Sriracha Flying Rooster: The famous rooster sauce adds notes of chili and roasted garlic to a bite-sized chocolate truffle; 4 for $9.95 or 12 for $24.95

Cookie Confidential
Philadelphia, PA
Sriracha Mango Cookie; 1 dozen for $10

Flip Burger Boutique
Atlanta, GA
Bun Mi Chicken: Sriracha jelly tops a lime glazed chicken breast with pickled daikon and carrots, cucumber, cilantro and smoked mayo; $7.50

Cupcakes for Courage
Elmhurst, IL
Spicy Sriracha Turtle: Mesquite chocolate cake, smoked caramel, candied pecans and spicy syrup; $3.75


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