If passion can make people conquer mountains and swim through oceans, I should at least be able to brave the cold weather outside to get some good pictures for this week’s blogging, rt? So that’s what happened today.
To begin with, my house doesn’t receive a good amount of sunlight. And on top of that, I can’t seem to manipulate the little light that I get. With the winter season, clicking pictures is becoming more and more of a difficult task.
So today, I did what I have been doing all this while before winter disrupted it. I stepped into the balcony, set everything up for the photo shoot, clicked pictures and then came back inside. It doesn’t seem like much, but imagine doing that when its -14 Celsius outside. Yes, there is a minus there. My hands and legs were numb within the couple of minutes I was out there.
It snowed two days back, so it was a lot brighter. Snow reflects light and everything is a lot brighter. The pictures would have been a lot better in more capable hands, but right now, I will take what I got. So adventure of the day : 3 posts done, braved the weather to click pictures, edited and finally, posting on time…..Can someone give a medal, please :D?
Recipe source: Life, a little brighter
- 1/4 cup mayonnaise
- 3 tablespoon ketchup
- 1 teaspoon sriracha
- 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
- a pinch of paprika
- salt, pepper, per taste
- Mix everything together in a bowl using a whisk until everything is well combined. Taste test, adjust seasonings if you need to. Serve with chips or fries.
Fry sauce is a very simple dip, made with mayonnaise and ketchup. Some people add salt, pepper and vinegar to it. And this version has sriracha as well.It pairs well with French fries, chips and has a tangy, sweet and spicy twist to it.
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13 thoughts on “Sriracha fry sauce”
This sauce looks superb with those chips.
That is a great dipping sauce and lovely pictures and kudos for the efforts.
great sauce and gorgeous color. pics are also awesome as always!!!
Dip looks ultimate, am sure my kids will enjoy thoroughly this spicy fry sauce with their fries.
The dip looks so beautiful. I LOVE everything Sriracha and this one is awesome!! Kudos to your love to shoot in -14!!!
This is the first time I saw the temperatures dip and I want to rush back to chennai:). Dip looks very nice and creamy
Great job Rajani. We people in Madurai can only dream about those degrees. The sauce looks so delicious..
The pic has come out really well. Beautiful color.
Easy to make yummy dip,love the color..
Such a yummy Dip.. Love it!!
Kudos Rajani, I didn’t expect anything less..:)…and braving the weather you have still clicked such pretty pictures is simply awesome…I love fry sauce and remember making another version, all equally sinful I am sure..:)..looking forward to your other posts..
I can imagine your state, but trust me we bloggers can go at any length where our blogs are concerned, I cant give you a medal..but a big hug to keep you warm:))..the dip looks easy and tempting.
Good job Rajani. Maybe you should dress up appropriately for the cold weather before going on these photo shoot adventures in winters 😜 Am sure pictures have come out very good and that sriracha dip is just perfect after an adventurous photos shoot in this freezing temperatures.