This Brand New Costco Seasoning Will Spice Up Your Meals

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Calling all hot sauce fans! Costco recently dropped a new seasoning that will be right up your alley. The product is sriracha seasoning, which is basically sriracha in powdered form. Yum.

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The new item is by Kirkland Signature, Costco's in-house brand. It comes in a 15-ounce shaker bottle (i.e., there's ‌a lot‌), which costs just $6.99 each in stores, as noted by @costcoaisles on Instagram.

According to the Costco website, the seasoning "adds spicy hot, tangy flavor to a variety of foods and beverages." It's also worth noting that the product is more expensive online ($8.69), so you'll want to buy it in stores if possible.

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That being said, you can find the Kirkland Signature Sriracha Seasoning in the spice, seasoning, and dried herb aisle at Costco. But since it's a brand new item, keep in mind that it might not be available at all warehouses just yet.

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You can check if it's in stock by calling your local Costco. Its reference number is 1586679.

How to use sriracha seasoning:

Not sure how to use the new Kirkland Signature Sriracha seasoning? Here are a few delicious ideas, including suggestions from the Costco website:

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  • Rub it on proteins such as steak, chicken, shrimp, salmon, or tofu
  • Use it as a garnish for eggs, popcorn, fries, or pizza
  • Stir into dips and sauces, including guacamole, mayonnaise, sour cream, or hummus
  • Make a spicy and tangy cream cheese spread
  • Add it savory baked goods, such as scones or cheese muffins
  • Sprinkle it on ramen or mac and cheese
  • Use it to season roasted vegetables
  • Add it to spicy cocktails for a fun twist

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We'd also love to try this seasoning in our spring vegetable sheet pan quiche. Simply add it to the egg mixture, along with salt, black pepper, and garlic powder.

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