Are you a die-hard fan to the Rooster Sauce that Bon Appétit’s once named their, “Ingredient of the Year”? I love cocktails with a bit of spice in them, they really have a lot of flavor and as you may know I am a hot sauce addict. I could eat it like a soup; because everything is better spicy right? Well the cocktail I am sharing today has a mix of spicy and sweet so you can adjust the flavors to your liking. Don’t care for super spicy flavors? Just add a touch of the Sriracha for flavor.
The Margarita today is an example of how many flavors can be combined together to make a balanced cocktail. The sweetness from the pineapple juice really balances out the spicy. I rimmed the glass with a black lava salt to add an additional salty flavor and a fun color. Do you want to spice up your cocktail life? Try this Sriracha cocktail!
Pineapple and Sriracha Margarita Cocktail
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- 2 ounces of tequila
- 2 ounces of cubed pineapple
- 2 ounces of pineapple juice
- 1 ounce of lime juice
- 1/2 ounce of agave nectar or to taste
- Lava salt for rimming the glass
- A couple of dashes of Sriracha
- 1/2 cup of ice
Garnish: Pineapple slice
- Add tequila, cubed pineapple, pineapple juice, lime juice, agave, Sriracha and ice to a cocktail shaker
- Rim serving glass with black lava salt
- Shake then pour into serving glass
Still Want More Spice? How About a Cookbook Dedicated to Sriracha?
You’ve drizzled the addictively spicy chili sauce over your breakfast eggs, noodles, and French fries, but now it’s time to take your Sriracha obsession to bold, new heights. Food writer and trained chef Randy Clemens presents The Sriracha Cookbook: 50 “Rooster Sauce” Recipes that Pack a Punch 50 palate-expanding recipes that make the most of Sriracha’s savory punch, such as: Spicy Ceviche, Honey-Sriracha Glazed Buffalo Wings, Bacon-Sriracha Cornbread, the Ultimate Sriracha Burger, Peach-Sriracha Sorbet, and more.
Whether you’re a die-hard fan or a recent convert to the revered “rooster sauce,” you’ll love adding heat, depth, and an intriguing Southeast Asian twist to your dishes beyond just a tableside squeeze.