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It's a chili pepper/garlic/vinegar sauce. Think ketchup with peppers instead of tomatoes.
It's really not that hot--more spicy than hot.
Commonly available in the ethic section of a supermarket. It sold in squeeze bottles with white outline of a rooster on the front. Even the wal-mart here in Alabama has it, so you shouldn't have any problems finding it. Most Asian markets will have it too.
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Sriracha is life.
This recipe makes revelatory sriracha: http://www.food52.com/recipes....
The link latoscana posted is the best - it is divine.
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