I can't eat hot/spicy food. Any suggestions for a sriracha replacement? This recipe looks fabulous, but I'd think the sauce would be pretty bland without something to add a distinctive flavor.
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Totally ok to skip the sriracha; in its place, I'd add a little grated ginger.
Thanks for the super-fast reply! Gonna make this tonight with cabbage I have left over from another dish. Love Food52!!
I make MIdge's recipe all the time - and for my 2 year old who doesn't like spicy - I'll add toasted sesame oil to the mayo/soy mixture in lieu of the srirachi. A sweeter idea would be a thai sweet chili sauce instead.
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