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A breakthrough in seasoning technology
The deliciousness of Sriracha is in its simplicity: chili peppers, salt, vinegar, garlic, sugar. All at the perfect ratio.
Sriracha Seasoning Stix has is made with Real Huy Fong Foods Sriracha, and we’re honored to bring you authentic Sriracha-flavored Seasoning Stix. Now you can replicate the deeply-infused flavors of your favorite Asian restaurants without the long seasoning and cooking times. Learn more about how Seasoning Stix work.
Superior seasoning. Seasoning Stix push flavor deep into foods in a way that marinades and dry rubs simply cannot.
Convenience. Skip the messy and long marinating/seasoning process: insert the Seasoning Stix and start cooking.
Genuine Huy Fong Sriracha. Huy Fong’s hot chili sauce became famous for its simple yet captivating taste. We’re honored to use the real thing.
Seasoning Stix are great for chefs and grill masters who want great flavor with less effort. They also make a unique gift for the culinary expert who has it all.
Why you’ll love Sriracha Seasoning Stix:
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Amazing flavor profiles to elevate any dish
Foodies LOVE seasoning Stix!
"Why take the time to season your meat the old-fashioned way — painstakingly preparing it with spice blends, brines, rubs and marinades….take a few of the sticks and jam them into whatever meat, fish or poultry you happen to be cooking to flavor it “from the inside out.” Then you cook it, same as ever."
- Food Network
Take Sriracha & Stick it.
Sriracha Seasoning Stix are a culinary innovation; they season meat, fish, poultry, and vegetables from the inside out. The concept is innovative: three U.S. patents have been granted for this technology.
As you probably know, dry rubs and marinades don’t usually penetrate foods very deeply: typically just a quarter-inch or so. This often leaves a large portion of food unseasoned. Seasoning Stix solve this problem by getting the flavor on the inside of your food before cooking even begins.