Homemade Sriracha Salt is so easy to make, and you can enjoy it with avocado toast, guacamole, roasted vegetables, french fries, grilled fish, on mango, pineapple, or watermelon. Salty spicy, and delicious, makes a wonderful gift!
HOW TO MAKE SRIRACHA SALT:
Recipe: In a small bowl, mix 1/3 cup Sriracha sauce + 1/2 cup kosher sea salt.
Instructions: Spread on a dinner plate and microwave 1 minute at a time. Stir every 60 seconds with a fork, for 5 minutes total.
Sriracha salt will be slightly damp and will continue to dry as it cooks. Let it cool and dry for several hours on the counter overnight. Store in small spice jars, or mason jars.
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- 1/3 cup sriracha sauce
- 1/2 cup kosher sea salt
Spread sriracha salt mixture on a microwave-safe dinner plate, a paper plate works best, and spread evenly. Microwave 1 minute at a time, stirring every 60 seconds with a fork, for 5 minutes total. The salt mixture will continue to dry as it cooks. Stir and fluff with a fork. Let cool and dry for several hours on counter or overnight.
Sriracha Salt Enjoy With: avocado toast, guacamole, roasted vegetables, french fries, grilled fish, or try fruit: mango, pineapple, watermelon.
For all of this recipe (don’t use table salt), use a flaky, coarse salt like Kosher Sea Salt (cheapest), Maldon, or Fleur de Sel. Recipe adapted from Cook’s Illustrated Magazine – April 2017