How to make dried Sriracha powder yourself

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Sriracha lover? That affects us too. That’s why we love to tip you an easy hack with which you can make dried Sriracha powder at home. say what

What is Dried Sriracha Powder?

The name says it all: for dried Sriracha powder, Sriracha is transformed into intense and delicious dry flakes that you can add to dishes to your heart’s content. The powder is easy to dose, which in some cases makes it just a bit more convenient than that squeeze bottle with hot sauce.

You could buy such a powder ready-made, but it turns out to be difficult to find and on the pricey side. You only occasionally come across it via Amazon, but at the moment all sriracha powders are out of stock there too . In short: just make it yourself, much easier.

This is how you make dried Sriracha powder

And by easy, we mean really ridiculously easy. All you need is your favorite bottle of Sriracha, an oven and a silicone baking mat. The instructions go like this:

  • Preheat your oven to 75 degrees.
  • Spread a thin layer of Sriracha on a baking tray lined with your silicone baking mat.
  • Bake the Sriracha for about 1 hour until it is completely dried out.

Note: keep an eye on this, you don’t want the Sriracha to turn too brown. This makes the dried Sriracha powder taste bitter.

And after that?

  • Carefully pull the fried Sriracha off the baking mat. This should go smoothly.
  • Now crush the dried Sriracha pieces, for example in a mortar (or in a sealed plastic bag that you tap on).

Tadaaaa: homemade dried Sriracha powder. Didn’t we already say it was easy? Good to know: the powder stays good for about two to three months in a sealed container or preserving jar.

Well and good, but what can we do with it?

A better question here might be: what can’t you do with it? Sprinkle some Sriracha powder over your avocado toast, on tacos , on your scrambled eggs, as a topping for ramen , in your Thai curry or through mayo.

Also nice: pimp your dried Sriracha powder a bit with other spices such as brown sugar, pepper, salt or garlic powder. You could also stir in pieces of finely grated lime zest, or smoked paprika (for a smoky flavor). Feel free to experiment and make your own spice mix – it doesn’t get any better.

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