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The Sriracha Cookbook: 50 "Rooster Sauce" Recipes that Pack a Punch Kindle Edition
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—WBUR, Public Radio Kitchen blog, 2/22/11
“Small and compact, this cookbook's 50 recipes demonstrate Sriracha's widespread culinary versatility not just as a condiment—say, on eggs and fries—but as an ingredient. Clemens presents ways for you to infuse some Thai chili heat into a fruit salad, corn chowder, burger, and even chocolate truffles. It only takes a little bit to get big flavor!”
"Recipes are dead simple, with easy-to-find ingredients and clear instructions. This book, plus a bottle of rooster sauce, would make the perfect gift for any home cook that likes a lot of spice, without a lot of hassle."
—Seattle Weekly, 2/16/11
“Sure, you can douse just about anything in the Thai-inspired garlic-and-chili condiment, but what about cooking it into peach sorbet or maple sausage patties? The Sriracha Cookbook ($17, Ten Speed Press) collects recipes for these and 48 other dishes that showcase the sauce as an essential starting ingredient, not an afterthought.”
—Details, February 2011
“If you want to know whether somebody belongs to the gastroscenti, just check his or her fridge. Do you see a rooster-emblazoned plastic bottle filled with red sauce? Bingo. If you want to cook or eat like one of these people, you'll need to understand how to use Vietnam-born Huy Fong's American adaptation of Thai chili paste (Nám Prík Sriracha). That's where "The Sriracha Cookbook" (Ten Speed Press) comes in, with recipes from Bacon-Sriracha Cornbread to Peach-Sriracha Sorbet.”
—Wall Street Journal, 1/22/11
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