Sriracha + Asian
Spicy food warnings shadow many popular dishes throughout Asia. Thai, Indian and Korean food breathe spice and any daring travellers attempting their cuisine have been warned to start light. Surprisingly, asian cuisine wasn’t always filled with heat and spice. It wasn’t until the New World was discovered, and chilli peppers were brought over by the Portuguese to India, that the love for hot, spicy food began to rage through Asia. Today, with the likes of Sriracha, the creation of the Ghost Pepper and a wide variety of dipping sauces covering the table, Asia has an unending source of zest to fire up your palate.