Bruegger’s Bagels is offering this Sriracha Egg Sandwich as part of their new summer menu, which is described as “bold, spicy, sweet and savory.”
The Sriracha creation is available until September 10. It features egg, sausage, cheddar cheese, red peppers and Sriracha and can be made on any of Bruegger’s 15+ bagel varieties.
America has voted and, apparently, the new Lay’s Potato Chip flavor chosen during the The Lay’s “Do Us a Flavor” vote is…Cheesy Garlic Bread.
The Cheesy Bread chips flavor, brainchild of winner Karen Weber-Mendham, beat out Sriracha and Chicken & Waffles. Ms. Weber-Mendham will be the recipient of either a million dollars or one percent of the chip’s sales, whichever is greater.
Personally, I’m fine with the decision—but I’m betting fans of the other flavors are bummed out.
How about you? Are you happy with the winner?
The sweet, burn the roof of your mouth nectar that is Sriracha sauce has become more and more popular over the last couple of years. It’s rocketed almost to the level of bacon. Almost. I see the condiment being used in tons of recipes and most of them sound wacky but delicious enough that I’d taste test them.
I’m very interested in the Sriracha ice cream sandwiches pictured above. It’s hand to already have the dairy product built in to cool your mouth down. Recipe by The Glut Life.
Check out four more foods with Sriracha after the break.
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The Sriracha revolution is spreading to Easter baskets with chocolate.com’s offering of this 8 oz. Sriracha-infused dark chocolate rabbit. Toilet paper isn’t included, so you may want to stock up before entering spice country.
Product Page: ($15.50 via FB)
Randy Clemens, author of the Sriracha Cookbook, created this Sriracha Salt by combining Sriracha, kosher salt, organic garlic powder, and organic cayenne pepper before running the mixture through a dehydrator. The result is described as “slightly spicy seasoning that pairs well with steamed or roasted veggies, baked potatoes, eggs — basically anything plain-tasting that could use a little Sriracha-infused kick to make it memorable.”
The salt isn’t available yet, but you can visit the product page below and sign up for notification.
Product Page: (via FB)
Lay’s is in the midst of a “Do Us a Flavor” contest, which has Eva Longoria and chef Michael Symon searching for the greatest potato chip flavor ever. The contest began last October, and resulted in fan submissions such as feta-and-watermelon and fig gastrique.
Three flavor finalists will hit the shelves on February 12, and customers will be able to vote on their favorite. However, ahead of their release, the folks over at First We Feast spotted a series of photos suggesting that the flavors (Chicken & Waffles, Sriracha and Cheesy Garlic Bread) have already gone public.
There’s always the possibility that this is Photoshopped, but it looks like we’ll have to wait until the 12th to find out.
Since everything has to have a Siracha twist these days, ThinkGeek is offering this 1.75 ounce chocolate bar which is described as the baby of sun-ripened chili and dark chocolate cocoa. There’s no details on just how hot this thing is, but for the quality-conscious we do know that they’re made in small batches so they can be quality tested and shipped out at maximum freshness.
Product Page: ($8)
Hand-painted “Rock Out” Sriracha heels Created by Hourglass Footwear. Also available in flats.
Product Page ($130 via LS)
Although it’s perfectly natural to think that this stuff would burn your lips off, it actually doesn’t. In fact, it packs the sun blocking power of SPF 15… I don’t know what to believe anymore.
Product Page: ($4 via IT)
Click the link below to check out the recipe.
(The Glut Life via FB)