10 Condiments That Could Be the Next Sriracha
Want to go beyond mayo and mustard? Looking for something a little spicier than sriracha? Meet our starting lineup of flavor-packed sauces, spreads and more.
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Putting avocado on, well, everything just got a little easier. Kumana Avocado Sauce ($12) adds a rich, flavorful punch to eggs, meats, sandwiches and more. Plus, if you’re watching what you eat, it’s keto- and Paleo-friendly. Try it on our best taco recipes!
When barbecue sauce and hot sauce are too much and soy sauce isn’t enough, reach for Japanese hot sauce. Bachan’s ($14) walks the line of sweet, salty, savory and tangy—making it a great addition to so many recipes. We recommend trying it with chicken wings to start. (Find more Asian sauces we love.)
Ketchup, meet mustard. This fun and funky product ($28 for 3) blends two of your favorite condiments into one tasty sauce. Try it in original, zesty and smoke flavors.
A staple in Moroccan cuisine, harissa ($10) is here to add a savory, spicy kick to your favorite dishes. Try it with couscous, roasted meats or as a stand-alone spread. (We’re obsessed with these harissa sweet potato fritters.)
When you’re looking to add a little something to your favorite dish, turn to Yellowbird’s Jalapeno Hot Sauce ($7). Made with red jalapenos and a variety of veggies, it’s the perfect condiment for subtly spicing up almost anything (and it’s one of our Test Kitchen’s favorite brands).
There’s a reason zhoug sauce ($3) has a cult-like following at Trader Joe’s. Reminiscent of pesto, the bright green condiment packs a vibrant, spicy punch. We like it on sandwiches, paired with pita or drizzled atop fresh fish. More items you should only buy at TJ’s.
Give your plain ‘ol mayo an international update. An essential Japanese ingredient, Kewpie Mayonnaise ($11) has a richer, creamier consistency than its American counterpart. Try it in one of these fun and unexpected ways.