I love Sriracha because of the touch of heat a drop can add to most meals. But Sriracha is great for more than just drizzling!
It’s tangy-sweet taste and small kick of spice can make a satisfying and healthy mid-week meal.
And it’s truly something a little different for dinner!
For our Sriracha Chicken recipe we use a mildly spiced Sriracha style sauce with a hint of lime. It’s perfect with tender chicken breast pieces and spring onion topped long-grain rice.
Our delicious Sriracha recipe is subtlety spicy but not hot. So, expect your lips to tingle with the combination of sweet, sour and slightly spicy flavours!
It’s already a mid-week favourite in my house, not least because it’s only 390 calories! Plus it’s low in fat, low in sugar and has 22g of Protein in it!
What is Sriracha?
Sriracha is a type of hot chilli sauce made from blended chilli peppers, vinegar, garlic, sugar and salt. It originates from south-east Asia.
Water, Long Grain Rice (16%), Chicken (15%) [Chicken Breast, Salt], Red Pepper (9%), Spring Onion (8%), Garlic Purée, Sugar, Coconut Aminos, Chicken Stock [Water, Roast Chicken, Yeast Extract (Yeast Extract, Salt), Salt, Potato Flakes, Chicken Fat], Lime Juice (1%), Cornflour, Tomato Purée, Rapeseed Oil, Red Chilli Purée, Mirin, Garlic Powder, Salt, Chilli Powder, Black Pepper.
WARNING! Although every effort has been to remove all bones, some may remain.
For allergens, see ingredients in bold
The following are guidelines only. Cooking times may vary. Always ensure product is piping hot throughout before serving. For best results microwave from chilled. Do not reheat.
Microwave: 800 Watt: Remove outer packaging and pierce film lid several times on both compartments. Place on a microwaveable plate and heat on full power for 5 minutes. Allow to stand for 1 minute. Take care as meal will be hot. Serve.