Sriracha, shmiracha. Meet the hot-sauce alternative you’ve (maybe) never heard of but are going to want to put on everything: gochujang. It’s a Korean paste made from red chili, rice, fermented soybeans, and salt, and you can find it in the Asian food aisle of most grocery stores. The spicy and supersavory condiment makes a mouthwatering addition to not only Asian dishes, but also basics like macaroni and cheese. In fact, it’s one of Food Network host Sunny Anderson’s best cooking tips. These 20 flavor-packed recipes will convince you that gochujang is the staple you’ll always want to have on hand.