If you are a fan of Sriracha you are perfectly aware that this legendary hot sauce is great on anything and everything - from popcorn and chips to pizza, meats, eggs, dips, salads, sauces and more. Sriracha is especially delicious when combined with chicken.
In order to enlighten your palate even further, we've gathered our favorite Sriracha chicken recipes that will have you coming back for seconds. Take a look:
Honey Sriracha Chicken Wings
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Sriracha chicken wings have been a cult classic for years. The beloved ''rooster sauce'' adds a special kick to chicken wings and the flavor is only heightened by the addition of honey.
Here's an easy recipe for honey Sriracha chicken wings: blend together equal parts honey and Sriracha. Toss with crispy skinned chicken wings. Serve immediately.
Sriracha Lime Chicken
If you like the sound of Sriracha lime chicken then you'll absolutely adore this next recipe for chicken poppers. Pieces of chicken breast are breaded, deep fried until golden then tossed in a buttery sauce prepared with lime, soy sauce, and Sriracha sauce. You won't be able to eat just one! Guaranteed.
Honey Sriracha Chicken Thighs
What's the secret to delectable chicken thighs? To us, it's about fall-off-the-bone meat with crispy skin slathered in a honey Sriracha sauce. The combo is both sweet and savory with just enough spice to make your taste buds tingle.
Here's an easy recipe for honey Sriracha chicken thighs:
Season 2lbs (about 1 kg) of chicken thighs generously with salt and pepper. Place inside an Instant Pot along with 1 cup of water. Cover and cook on manual for 20 minutes then allow steam to release. Transfer chicken thighs to the grill or broil. Cook on high heat, turning every 3 minutes until skin is crispy on all sides. Slather with honey Sriracha sauce (recipe mentioned above) before serving.
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