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  1. 7/19/2012
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    This sauce truly is magical. Not sure what I would do without it. LOVE this chicken recipe :)

  2. Jon
    7/19/2012
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    It was a Vietnamese/Chinese man from Vietnam. Not a Thai man…

    • 7/20/2012
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      Jon, thanks for the comment. I amended the post. Thanks for the editorial nudge!

  3. 7/19/2012
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    I know Josh will love this chicken!

  4. I too love Sriracha though I’ve never tried it on as a roast chicken rub. Adding this to my “to cook” list!

  5. 7/27/2012
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    My kids would gobble this up! Great idea, Brooke!

  6. DE
    7/29/2012
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    I don’t understand this portion of the directions: Flip the bird over when the timer goes off. Return to oven for another 20 minutes. After 45 minutes, check the inner temperature of the bird at the connection between the thigh and the back legs of the bird.

    Why does it say “Return to oven for another 20 minutes,” and then immediately say “After 45 minutes, check the . . . temperature?”

    Do I start the 45 min timing after I’ve put the chicken back into the oven, or is that 45 minutes total cooking time, or is the chicken supposed to be sitting outside of the oven for five minutes before I take the temperature?

  7. 11/10/2012
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    I am a novice cook. What does the oven temp need to be in order to properly cook the chicken for the times you have listed? I do not have a meat thermometer. Thank you very much!! This sounds like an excellent recipe and I look forward to treating my husband with it!! Good day, Kelly :)

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  9. dan
    1/16/2013
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    How do I order the sauce?
    Livr in Milwaukee, wi

    • 1/16/2013
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      Dan, according to Google, you can probably find Sriracha at Walmart, World Market, or any Asian food supply store. Good luck!

  10. Susie
    1/19/2013
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    Absolutely so simple .. did it in our chicken roaster so we skipped the gravy … and used an organic whole chicken … was delicious! Will definitelydo again or a quick easy but delicious chicken!

    • 1/22/2013
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      Susie,
      I’m so glad this recipe was easy and delicious for you. Yay!
      Brooke

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  12. Sopa
    2/22/2013
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    This sauce works as magic. You can also mix it with tomato to make pasta sauce, yum!

    BTW, I understand that Sriracha was originated in Thailand. Sriracha is named after the coastal city of Si Racha, in the Chonburi Province of central Thailand.

  13. Dear Food Woolfe
    as Photoeditor for ‘IL’, the monthly magazine from Italian leading financial publisher Il Sole 24 ORE, I would like to know if a hight res version of the Sriracha Sauce bottle as seen in this post is available for publication in Italy in order to run them on our 50th issue (out in August 2013 and closing on December 29th 2013).
    Thanks for your kind attention and best regards,
    RV

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