It's turkey time, and that means we'll have plenty for soup, sandwiches and...fried rice!
Do I need to even write anything else?
Can we just shut down the internet?
All I did to make this sriracha gravy was mix some sriracha in with leftover turkey gravy and it came out amazing. So amazing in fact, that I might just have to sneak some sriracha into my aunt's gravy at Thanksgiving this year!
The reason this Asian-Thanksgiving fusion condiment worked so well, though, was I was putting it on this Asian-Thanksgiving fusion dish of turkey fried rice.
Make sure all your ingredients are lined up and ready to go before you start cooking. The sauce is just soy sauce and sesame oil.
First, get the turkey and carrots sautéing in the pan.
Meanwhile, mix that gravy goodness!
Stir in the rice.
Then fry up a quick egg.
And put it right up on top.
Sriracha gravy! Oh yeah, and some fried rice.
Putting an egg on top really takes this to the next level.
Make that egg to your liking – this is mine!
Dan Whalen is going to put sriracha gravy on French fries next. He has been blogging for over 5 years at The Food in My Beard; check Dan's Tablespoon profile often to try his recipes with creative international spins!