bookspacePhoto of readermy comments
 home > bookspace > my comments > comment: the sriracha cookbook : 50 "rooster sauce" recipes that pack a punch /
Subscribe via RSS 
The Sriracha cookbook : 50 "Rooster Sauce" recipes that pack a punch
Clemens, Randy
Adult Nonfiction TX819.H66 C57 2011

Comments  Summary  Excerpt  Reviews  Author Notes

From Library Journal:

This slim volume of 50 recipes is the first from Clemens, a freelance food writer and chef in Los Angeles. Referred to fondly as "rooster sauce" by the converted, Sriracha is still unknown to some, but the iconic version produced by Huy Fong Foods, with its green cap offsetting the red jalapeno-based condiment, has been showing up on tables in restaurants across the country. The well-written recipes for sides, snacks, main courses, desserts, and drinks include helpful tips for substitutions and variations. While a few are almost too simple, there are several standouts, including Honey-Sriracha Glazed Buffalo Wings, Veggie Sriracha Frittata, Sesame-Sriracha Crusted Ahi Tuna, and Peach-Sriracha Sorbet. Clemens includes a recipe for a homemade version of Sriracha. VERDICT This book is rare-a niche product has been worked successfully into a variety of creative yet practical dishes. It may need promotion, but it's worth purchasing, especially in large, urban libraries.-Rosemarie Lewis, Georgetown Cty. Lib., SC (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

Be the first to add a comment! Share your thoughts about this title. Would you recommend it? Why or why not?

Question about returns, requests or other account details?
 Add a Comment
Submission Guidelines

Find this title in the Library Catalog
Find this title in the Library Catalog

more titles about

recent comments
hcl mobile app
Facebook Twitter Tumblr YouTube Vimeo Flickr Federal Depository Library Federal
Hennepin County Government Hennepin
© 2014  Hennepin County Library12601 Ridgedale Drive, Minnetonka, MN 55305 Comments and Feedback    |    RSS