Hello, Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire here!
Here I go again, reading the news. I was reading this Huff Post article about hot sauce.
Apparently, Huy Fong Sriracha is top on the list for North American purchases.
Sriracha is a delicious paste made from chili peppers, sugar, salt, and vinegar. It measures in at up to 2,500 Scovilles.
Sriracha can be put on hotdogs, hamburgers, grits, ramen, and practically everything.
This product has merit, but here at the Campfire we have translated the Thailand born sauce to a more familiar word. Here are a few variations.
Ketchup, Ketsup, Catsup
Calling Sriracha a hot sauce is like calling Decaf a type of coffee.
Don’t get me wrong, I love the stuff, and may consider putting it in a bowl of ice cream under the right conditions, but it is NOT hot sauce to me.