Creamy Sweet Sriracha Sauce

Sweet Potato Fry dipped in Sauce
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Posted On: May 16, 2015
Last updated: January 19th, 2022

This Sweet Sriracha Sauce

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recipe is a little different than most.  While it has the telltale spice of Sriracha, it also includes a subtle honey sweetness and vinegary tang.  It can be used as a dip or drizzle on everything from eggs, tacos and veggies to avocado toast. I have been a fan of Sriracha for many years but just recently decided to branch out a little and create something that was more than just mayo and sriracha sauce
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mixed together.

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Sweet Sriracha

Just a little good raw honey gives this sauce the sweet edge it needs to be a more versatile sauce.  It makes it more appealing to people who are not as into the heat of straight sriracha sauce.

Not all Sriracha Sauce is the Same

I’ve tried all sorts of sriracha, but the green top Huy Fong Sriracha

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 aka “Rooster Sauce” you find in most grocery stores and restaurants, has really set the standard for that great sriracha flavor that has become so popular in this country.   There are others out there, but they’re all very different, like good craft beer.  Some are more vinegary than others (more Thai style) and might not have the same bite.  The popularity of sriracha sauce has grown so much that it’s got sort of a cult following and it’s being mimicked in smaller batches as well. For fun, check out the short documentary, Sriracha
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.  If you’re also a fan of sriracha, you’ll enjoy seeing how it’s made and it’s origin.

I do prefer the green top sriracha for this particular sweet sriracha sauce recipe.  It’s popular for a reason; the flavor, the texture, just the right combination for sriracha lovers. There are a couple others that rate highly for flavor, heat and texture and don’t have preservatives like Fix Sriracha Hot Sauce

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 and Organicville Sriracha 
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(They might be less expensive at a local store).

Sweet Potato Fries and nuggets with Sweet Sriracha Sauce
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Sauce of All Trades

This Creamy Sweet Sriracha Sauce pairs extremely well with pretty much anything that needs a creamy sauce or dip.  Use it as a dip for crispy chicken tenders, an addition to a sandwich, a drizzle on tacos and the list just keeps on going!

Give this Creamy Sweet Sriracha Sauce recipe a try and let us know what you think.

Chicken nugget dipped in Sriracha Sauce
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Sweet Sriracha Sauce/Dip Ingredients

  • Sriracha Hot Sauce
  • Real Mayonnaise
  • Rice Wine Vinegar
  • Honey
  • Smoked Paprika
  • Lime Juice
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Creamy Sweet Sriracha Sauce

Sweet Potato Fry dipped in Sauce
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This is a sweet and slightly spicy sauce you might want to drizzle on just about everything from tacos to avocado toast. Beware of it’s addiction though. It’s also a great dip. Try sweet sriracha sauce with chicken tenders, nuggets and sweet potato fries! (The Thickness of the sauce will vary depending on the thickness of your mayo)

  • Author: Katia
  • Prep Time: 5
  • Total Time: 5
  • Yield: 5 1x
  • Category: Condiment


  • 1/2 Cup real Mayonnaise (with no HFCS)
  • 1.52 Tbsp Sriracha (if you want more kick add on at the end)
  • 1/2 Tbsp Rice Wine Vinegar
  • 1.5 Tbsp Honey
  • 1/4 tsp Smoked Paprika
  • Juice from half a lime


  1. Whisk all ingredients together until smooth and thoroughly mixed. Enjoy immediately or let sit in fridge for a couple hours to let flavors meld together. 


  • Serving Size: 1

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What Kind Of Peppers Are In Sriracha Sauce?

Fun fact, Sriracha is made from a type of red jalapeno. Jalapenos turn red when they are fully ripened, which is what gives Sriracha sauce it’s iconic color.

How Hot Is Sriracha?

Sriracha is not super hot if you can normally handle spicy food, it ranges from 2,000 to 2,500 Scoville units. This is under Tabasco but hotter than Frank’s Red Hot. Check out this great post by Sriracha2Go comparing different hot sauce Scoville units and showing where Sriracha ranks on the scale.

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