Soon to be US expat in Madrid - is it possible to find Sriracha there, or do I need to bring it (a case, perhaps! to sell on the black markets!) with me?
It's widely available in Chinese grocery stores (which are plentiful all over the center of town).
The (real version) Huy Fong Sriracha? This would be good news indeed :-)
I used to despise the stuff when I was in my chili head days, but now I think Sriracha is one incredibly versatile condiment. I would imagine it complimenting many Iberian dishes.
Ping An Mien, a Chinese Family Noodle Story
Madrid: good market in Malasana/Chueca?
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