Step aside wasabi, it’s time to spice up soy sauce in chili pepper style. This Sriracha soy sauce recipe is so simple, yet so very delicious. The Sriracha sauce heat is tempered (just slightly) with the sweetness of brown sugar added to the sauce. That brown sugar also helps control the tomato tang on top of the salty tang of soy.
Try Sriracha soy sauce as a dipper for sushi or egg rolls You can also use it as a drizzle on veggies or as a pairing next to Sriracha peanut sauce with chicken satay.
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Sriracha Soy Sauce
- Add all ingredients in a mixing bowl, and stir until fully combined.