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Huy Fong Sriracha Garlic Hot Sauce (The one with the rooster)

Huy Fong Sriracha Garlic Hot Sauce (The one with the rooster)
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  1. Webendowed

    I’ve been eating this stuff for years…and have several bottles on hand all the time. As for the poster that wished there was a hotter version, there is!! :) This is the green capped bottle. The yellow capped bottle is a bit hotter, but still has the great taste. Highly recommend and it is very versitile !!

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  2. Name not provided

    There are two sauces that have to be in my pantry. Sriracha and Cholula. I would love to see them packaged in smaller more portable bottles so you can take your own stash into resturants. I used to do that with crushed red peppers into pizzarias before they became standard.

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  3. Juanito

    Started using this at Big Burrito in Kailua, Oahu in 1996.

    I love it!!!!

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  4. Rusty Shakelford

    This is the Best sauce around. Great on and in everything. A perfect blend of heat, garlic and sweet. Adds a great spicy kick without overpowering the original flavors of the food it is used with. I give this sauce 23 stars(out of 11 stars!)

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  5. HannaH

    This is the greatest stuff ever we go through a bottle every two weeks or so it’s that good… I think It’s not hot at all… well I guess thats because I probably have no taste buds left after all of the other hot sauces I have tried

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  6. Atalanta

    You have to get the one with the rooster. A lot of asians I’ve talked to also call it

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  7. Rusty Shakelford

    The best hot sauce on the market. Not so hot that it kills other flavors. I use it on everything.Mix it with a little mayo to make a great dipping sauce. As the other person said, you will use this everyday! The heat level is really a personal opinion. I think it is medium, but I like really hot stuff. I think to an average person it may be hot. Enjoy!

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  8. JIMMY

    THIS SAUCE RAWKS!!! FROM RAMEN TO BLOODY MARY’S … DON’T GO HOME WITHOUT IT!!!!!

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  9. Cory

    Easily the best TASTING hot sauce I’ve had. The heat leaves a bit to be desired, but the flavor goes perfectly with pasta and rice dishes. Truly a blessing to have around.

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  10. Ray

    one of my staples in my house…i cant eat sushi or sashimi with out it…absolutly great stuff!!

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  11. Lightningdan

    I’ve got more bottles of hot sauces in my fridge than I can count, but this is the one I’ve been reaching for the most lately. Great flavor, and just enough spice to let you know you’re alive. I smear it all over chicken dishes, and breakfast omelettes.

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  12. Ray

    this stuff is the ultimate on Sushi

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  13. iak394

    the bestest hot sauce in the universe! on eggs, on subway sandwiches to give the things some taste, on pizza, with chicken dishes… very vesatile and very tasty. i searched around for it, and actually resorted to purchasing off the internet and paying extra for shipping b/c i needed it so badly. WARNING, it’s addictive like crack.

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  14. Earl Schmitter

    I discovered this wonderful hot sauce about 12 years ago in the noodle houses here in Milpitas and San Jose, CA. I’ve tried other brands including srirachas imported from Thailand — which tend to be a little hotter than those made in the US. Most of them are pretty good, but the Huy Fong Rooster brand has a better flavor in my opinon. Tabasco is much hotter, but has little, or no, intrinsic flavor. Crystal is very popular, but awful in my opinion.

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  15. Alan

    this is the best sauce known to MAN! I love puting it in some ramen and spicing it up a little…or a lot i should say!!
    i love it!

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  16. Jayce

    Great Stuff! It can be used on just about anything you want, without altering the flavor a whole lot. It also doesn’t have that vinagar-y taste that a lot of other hot sauces have. I put it on pizza, burritos, eggs, chinese (chow mein LOVES the Red Rooster!) and anything else I want to add a spicy kick to. It even makes excellent dipping sauce for chips (mix with beans & cheese), shrimp (mix with cocktail sauce), vegetable plates (mix with sour cream & onion dip seasoning), and even fruit & dessert plates (mix with chocolate)! A wonderful sauce, indeed! Go to the Huy Fong Foods web site and order the trial pack for only $7. You won’t regret it!

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  17. J Freda

    Words can’t describe how good this sauce is. So pony up some dough and buy as much as you can, because once you try it you’ll need it everyday.

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  18. clean pure taste

    one of the best sauces available

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  19. Paul Doyle

    One of the most flavorful, versatile hot sauces out there. Very robust, very addictive. Fresh chilli/garlic flavor. I first ran across it at a nearby Pho 75 Vietnamese restaurant back in 1997. I ordered a nice bowl of thai nam beef noodle soup, and as I ate it I think I went through half of bottle of this wonderful Sriracha sauce. Mild to spicy kick. Huy Fong Foods Inc. hit a home run with this one.

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  20. BILLY

    WE CALL IT COCK SAUCE ROUND THESE PARTS. THIS STUFF IS ACTUALLY A SAUCE NOT A LIQUID, ITS SOOOOO ADDICTIVE! I PUT IT ON ALMOST EVERYTHING. ITS GOT A BEAUTIFUL TASTE. YOU WONT BE DISAPOINTED

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  21. Reb

    Yes, this is one of my favorite hot sauces! The squeeze bottle and the consistency of the sauce allow for squiggly red garnishes on the plate or the food! Great for home chefs. Lately, I’ve been mixing it with good olive oil and dressing hot pasta laced with fresh vegetables. Just add grated parmesan! Try a chilled dry Riesling with this. Weird but delicious.

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  22. Name not provided

    This stuff is excellent. I use it all the time. However, anyone paying us$6.25 per bottle is out of their mind. Huy Fong Spiracha Garlic Hot Sauce costs like cdn$2.50 around here.

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  23. Name not provided

    Yup-this sauce has gotta be the most all purpose! I wish they’d make a hotter variety as well. But this goes great on any type of food! Even sandwiches! (Great with Ives veggie salami & bologna! :)

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  24. Steve

    I tried this sauce for the first time at an Oysterhead show a year or so ago at Purdue, and the sauce definetly took the limelight from the show. I went home thinking ‘Where did you come from you wonderful, mysterious sauce..’

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  25. Ben

    I wouldn’t normally take the time to fill out one of these things, but seriously, this is probably the best and most versatile hot sauce EVER! While you can use it on pretty much anything, it oges best on potatoes, eggs, and with fried chicken. Also, once you try it on pizza, you will never eat pizza without it again. I know I don’t.

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  26. A Beginning Chilehead

    I just tried this sauce at a Hawaiian restaurant. It’s an OK sauce. Zesty, garlicky flavor, which I liked, but a little bit too pungent; too much vinegar. Heat-wise, this deserves a 3 or 4 on my scale, not a 6. Still has a mild burn. I would infer that this is good on most foods, especially Oriental and Hawaiian foods. I prefer Dave’s Garlic Chile sauce, though. Better garlic flavor and less vinegar, also not quite as hot. By the way, I’ve found this sauce in grocery stores. I’ve also reviewed Dave’s Insanity. Use sparingly in order to add less vinegar and get the best flavor. Overall, this sauce is not anything stunning or bad, so try it if you want, but it’s nothing really great.

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  27. Hazcat

    Love it! Can’t eat pizza or hotdogs without it. If you are fond of Indian food, try mixing it with curd (yoghurt) and rice.

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  29. Speedwell

    Cannot live without it. I cook with it constantly. I even eat it first thing in the morning on my breakfast eggs. My guy mixes it straight with vodka. Hooray!

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  30. Yimmy

    Ah yes, Rooster sauce! Gotta have this with ANY Chinese food! If I am going to go to a $5 Chinese buffet, they MUST have this! Not bad on eggs in the morning either :)

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  31. Name not provided

    Get the Rooster! This is a gotta have it sauce! Hot and flavorful. Warn your timid cousins that it is a slight kick up from what they may be used to. If you don’t eat grits, get some so that you can try some Rooster on it. Now that’s a way to start the day!

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  32. mix it with a little oil and crushed garlic (I am a garlic freak) and slather it all over your pork chops before you grill 'em. Add a pinch of sugar to the above and put it on salmon. Really nice, sweet and spicy.

    Gotta have it in my ‘fridge

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  33. Pepper Head Doug

    Good all purpose sauce. I keep a bottle in the refrigerator and throw it on just about everything. Great with Chinese food, but far to mild to put on Thai.

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  34. WillieB

    One of my standards on the table. Great taste, nice controlled bite.

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  35. Nate

    My favorite hot sauce. Wonderful for cooking, adds heat without altering flavor. I use it for just about everything.

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  36. Eric Krupin

    Having discovered “The Red Rooster” at a local Vietnamese restaurant, I now keep a bottle in the house as a dipping sauce for dishes ranging from eggrolls to fishsticks, although it would be good on almost anything. Serious chile-heads might find it weak beer but their brains are probably fried anyway.

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  37. Dudefish

    Decent mild heat and a great flavor. Friends of mine that don’t like hot sauces per se love this one for its sweet garlic flavor.

    It’s my default hot sauce for pretty much all day-to-day foods.

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  38. Dick

    Although you’ve misspelled the name, SRIRACHA is wonderful..to my taste, it’s ‘hotter than the higes on the gates of hell…’

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  39. David Netrangerrr Green

    Great stuff. This is a staple in US oriental restaurants. It’s a good addition for Italian arabiata sauces and makes good wings sauce. The price is a steal!

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