Sriracha may have started as a trendy Asian condiment with a fiery kick, but it’s now found a permanent place in pantries nationwide. One of our favorite methods of preparation—if not the best one—is to combine it with mayonnaise for a creamier, sweeter, and more subdued sauce that serves as an excellent dip or spread. We’ve rounded up nine of the most sriracha mayo-heavy dishes we could find. From fried pickles and burgers to burritos and deviled eggs, one thing’s for certain: The versatile ingredient isn’t going anywhere any time soon.
Slow Cooker Banh Mi Sliders
The power of a slow cooker knows no bounds. Such is the case with this drool-worthy concoction of tender pulled pork topped with cucumber, carrots, cabbage, and—you guessed it—homemade sriracha mayonnaise. Get the recipe.
Blackened Fish Tacos with Cilantro Slaw and Sriracha Mayo
Sriracha Deviled Eggs
Kimchi Chicken Burgers
Sriracha Fried Pickles
If your sodium levels are low and you’re looking for a good crunch, look no further than this elevated version of a classic Southern staple. We’re told these wash down best with a beer or seven. Get the recipe.
Salmon Croquettes with Dill and Sriracha Mayo
Salmon croquettes may sound like the most boring, basic menu item, but most aren’t dipped in sriracha mayonnaise. Serve these at your next dinner party and your guests will be swimming upstream for more. Get the recipe.
Coconut Crusted Baked Avocado Fries with Sriracha Mayo
For anyone who doubts that avocado isn’t one of the most versatile foods of all time, this recipe will prove you wrong. Coconut crust and oven-baked keeps things healthy. And why not sub the traditional mayo for an avocado variety, while you’re at it? Get the recipe.
Korean BBQ Burrito
Step aside, Chipotle. Our new favorite burrito is Korean. Sriracha mayo > sour cream, any day. Get the recipe.
Baked Popcorn Chicken with Sriracha Mayo Dipping Sauce
KFC and sriracha both have cult followings, so one can only imagine what happens when the two flavors meld to create something delicious. Needless to say, the Colonel would approve. Get the recipe.