By now, you've probably had the satisfaction of smothering your food in the spicy goodness that is Sriracha.
This hot sauce has quickly become a staple in the condiment scene, and it's not hard to see why. You can squirt a little Sriracha on almost anything and rest assured that its delicious flavors will transform your boring food into a mouth-watering meal.
Everyone has seen Sriracha sitting on the shelf at the grocery store.
But have you ever stopped for a second and wondered how in the world this awesome sauce ended up there?
Well, you're in luck. Thanks to the folks over at Potluck Video, the mysterious origin of this coveted condiment has finally been solved once and for all.
Recently, Potluck took a visit to the Huy Fong factory to show the world how its beloved Sriracha came to be.
In the awesome video, you can see the entire Sriracha-making process from the initial harvesting and processing of the chili peppers to the final bottled product.
The video also gives you a glimpse of Huy Fong's warehouse, which essentially doubles as a delicious hot sauce safe haven.
Take one look around and you'll see that this gigantic space is filled with a seemingly endless amount of Sriracha-filled drums, and it's probably the happiest, not to mention, most mouth-watering place on the planet.
Check out the video for a closer look at how Sriracha is made in the Huy Fong factory.