The Spicy Sauces that Bring Heat and Flavour
It is the hot month of July. With heat in the atmosphere, you thought of sharing some hot and spicy sauces from all over the world to add more of heat. These spicy sauces can be added to your diet to add more flavour to your food and it has many health benefits. The most active component of chilli peppers, capsaicin, gets heat as well as provides you to curb appetite.
It releases endorphins for combating pain and stress. The chilli peppers are rich source of vitamin C, potassium, vitamin A, flavonoids and carotenoids. We have mentioned some spicy sauces that can make you sweat. The most common Thai and Vietnamese, Sriracha, is the spiciest sauce and it is used for adding flavour. Harissa is a chilli paste that is native to North Africa. It was used as condiment for many years.
It was a complete blend of all spices like cumin, caraway, olive oil, lemon juice and spicy peppers. Harissa keeps you tolerant against heat and it adds some more flavour. Gochujang has made a huge mark on the U.S. tables. It is a Korean fermented chilli paste that is sweet, spicy and complex at the same time. It is composed of fermented soybeans, chillies and rice. These can be added to the dressings and it can be mixed in some sauces for some roasted vegetables and meat. Another sauce that is made up of red chillies, salt, sugar and vinegar is Sambal Oelek.