Gochujang Sriracha (2-Pack)
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A little bit sweet, a lotta bit spicy.
Sriracha is practically as ubiquitous as ketchup these days, but Bushwick Kitchen's twist on the popular hot sauce is keeping us from falling into sriracha fatigue. Made and bottled in Brooklyn, and using ingredients sourced from the Hudson Valley and the Catskill Mountains, it’s spiked with gochujang for an extra dimension of flavor. Gochujang, a staple in Korean cooking, is a dark red paste made from fermented chili peppers with a hint of sweetness. Combined with sriracha, it’s a match made in spicy heaven. Top your eggs, stir into soup, marinate meat... the possibilities are endless!
Photography by Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Brooklyn, New York
Gochujang (water, wheat flour, salt, red pepper powder, distilled alcohol, garlic, soybean, onion, seed malt), sugar, garlic, salt, distilled vinegar)
Comes in a pack of 2; each bottle contains 10.5 ounces
Care & Notes -
This product contains soy and wheat. Unopened shelf life is 12 months. After opening, refrigerate and use within 6 months.
Meet the Maker
At Bushwick Kitchen, they believe in food that is simple and natural, yet extraordinary, unexpected, and fun. Their zingy, funky, hot sauces are made of ingredients sourced from the Hudson Valley, the Catskill Mountains, and the Flushing neighborhood of Queens, and then they infuse, mix, make, bottle, and ship from Brooklyn.View Full Profile
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