That, my friends, is what happens when someone decides they want to eat Cap’s shield for breakfast. Ingredients include an egg, refried beans, salsa, cheese and food coloring.
Want to make your own? Check out Kitchen Overlord for the complete recipe.
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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If you’ve eaten at Taco Bell recently then you’ve likely tried the Doritos Locos Tacos. Earlier rumors have been proven true as Frito Lay has announced that starting on April 8th, you’ll also be able to buy them as chips in a bag. In other words, the chips that became a taco shell are becoming chips. They’ll be available in either Cool Ranch or Nacho Cheese flavors and they’re launching with a contest that can win you a whole pallet of chips.
Just how crazy would you go to get a pallet full of delicious, orange-finger-inducing goodness?
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)
If you do, you’ll be sorry.
You may not have thought that jalapeno, vanilla and syrup could come together in a delicious way, but the creator of this recipe would beg to differ:
I infused maple syrup with Jalapeños to give it a nice bite and added some tahitian vanilla beans which give the syrup a subtle hint of sweet tabacco. This breakfast syrup is very versatile and has many uses besides waffles. Try it on pancakes, waffles, ice cream, froyo and other desserts which need a little boost. You can also use it to candy bacon or even brighten up cocktails with a few drops for an added surprise.
If you’re sold, check out the link below for the recipe.
For those times when a dash of hot sauce isn’t enough to keep you going, try this caffeinated version that’s sure to keep you from falling asleep at your desk. Each 1 tsp serving packs 12 mg of caffeine. This spicy sauce is definitely not for the faint of heart!
Product Page ($9.99)
ThinkGeek is attempting to appeal to your inner masochist by offering these dried scorpion peppers that are among the hottest peppers on the planet.
Each bag of Insanely-Hot Dried Scorpion Peppers contains ¼ oz of the little beasties (that’s about 6-8 peppers). Each pepper is smaller than an inch, but packs a heat rating of 1.4 million SHU.
If you don’t value your lips and actually choose to eat these things, you are among the truly insane people mentioned on the product page.
Product Page: ($13)
If you’ve always wanted to know the atomic number of Dill Weed, or are simply a chemistry nerd who wants their kitchen to give off an amusing scientific vibe, we suggest this Periodic Table of Herbs and Spices spice rack. Unfortunately, it’s not commercially available, and will require some time and talent before it can become functional wall art.
I made my own tins, based on the instructions here. I had my design printed on vinyl at a local shop, and they applied it to sheet metal I bought from onlinemetals.com. I used a sheet of stainless steel with a sheet of cold-rolled steel behind it for magnetism, but you could probably just use the regular steel by itself with a bit of polish and anti-rust coating. I got the labels from LabelsByTheSheet.com and printed them at work. I made the frame with some moulding and spray paint from Home Depot, but you could also buy a frame from a craft store.
Check out the link below for a high res PDF download of the table itself.