I use Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce as a substitute to gochujang (Korean hot chili paste).
It is a product of Thailand which I think you can find it in Malaysia too.
It has a certified HALAL logo from Thailand.
The taste is slightly different, of course.
But the heat taste is absolutely tolerable.
I bought this for £2.39 at a Korean food store.
You can use Sriracha instead of gochujang to make bibimbap (mixed rice and veggies).
Korean rice with lettuce wrap is absolutely scrumptious with Sriracha.
I always use Sriracha to make ddokbokki (hot sweet rice cake) too.
The above picture shows what I prepared for a dinner.
First row, from left:
Sweet and spicy minced beef meat.
Sweet Anchovies in sesame seeds
Bean sprouts (half-boiled with a pinch of salt)
Ddokbokki (Korean Sweet and spicy rice cake: recipe)
Second row, from left:
Sriracha Chili Sauce
Third row, from left:
Kimchi (Korean fermented cabbage)
Stir-fried mixed vegetables (brussel sprouts, cabbages, garlics, peppers)
These are all side-dishes to sushi rice.
I don't celebrate April Fool.
Too old to do pranks already...**sad
I love the idea of April Good instead....
Why not making someone happy
on the 1st of April with good things instead of pranks?
So simply give this to your friend,
without switching the Cadbury Eggs with the real eggs ya!!!