RECIPE: Sriracha Shrimp and Noodle Soup
Doesn’t this recipe look divine? Rich with shiitake mushrooms, fresh ginger, sesame, cilantro, tomatoes, peanuts, and our belovèd Sriracha… I just found it on the Stonewall Kitchen web site and I have to say: it sounds absolutely delicious!
For anyone looking to make this vegetarian- and vegan-friendly, feel free to swap in vegetable broth (or water) for the chicken stock and sub broccoli/cauliflower florets or cubes of tofu for the shrimp, but be sure to sauté them with the other chopped veggies and mushrooms so they can cook through.
Get the recipe here:
Sriracha Shrimp and Noodle Soup – Serves 4-6 [via Stonewall Kitchen]
RECIPE: Whisky Sriracha Candy Hearts
Looking for the tastiest way to say “I love you” on Valentine’s Day? I think Whisky Sriracha Candy Hearts ought to do the trick!
Spice up your Hallmark holiday by making the glorious recipe developed by the awesome blog “Olives for Dinner: Vegan Recipes and Photography”:
Whisky-Sriracha Candy Hearts recipe
These spicy roasted green beans look delicious, and they also cook up in a jiffy! A mere five ingredients—soy sauce, honey, Sriracha, sesame oil, and black pepper—get mixed together, tossed with green beans, and thrown into the oven for 8-12 minutes. I think I can handle that! (Though I’d probably throw in a few cloves of minced garlic right when they came out of the oven.)
This recipe, from the blog “Barefeet in the Kitchen” is already vegetarian and can easily be made vegan by swapping agave nectar (or similar) for the honey. If you’re looking to avoid gluten, feel free to substitute Bragg Liquid Aminos for the soy sauce, or look for raw coconut aminos if you’d rather it be gluten- AND soy-free.
Serve as a delightful side dish, or atop a bowl of brown rice/quinoa/etc. for a hearty vegetable entrée!
Sriracha Honey Roasted Green Bean recipe [via Barefeet in the Kitchen]
Recipe: Sriracha-Panko Onion Rings
While I’m not generally a fan of things attached to Guy Fieri’s name, I have to admit that his recipe for “Rojo” onion rings coated with Sriracha and panko bread crumbs sounds pretty darn tasty.
GuyGoneVegan.com adapted the original recipe to make it vegan—as the website name implies—using non-dairy milk (almond, soy, rice, etc.) with a splash of vinegar in place of traditional buttermilk. Feel free to try it however you wish.
Annnnnd… if you’re looking to make it gluten free, go ahead and substitute any gluten-free flour for the regular flour (rice flour is nice for a light tempura texture) and use crushed Rice Chex for the panko bread crumbs. Simply take a few large handfuls, place them in a ziploc bag, seal it, and gently run a rolling pin over them until you get small bits that resemble panko bread crumbs!
Sriracha-Panko Onion Rings recipe [via Guy Gone Vegan]