Get Fired Up for Hot and Spicy Food Day

Some like it hot

August 19 is National Hot and Spicy Food Day and Bite Squad has no shortage of delivery options to help get your spicy on. Here are some ideas to  make you sweat.

Spicy Noodles

A Thai-food favorite, spicy noodles are stir-fried with basil, onions and tomatoes and pack a punch of heat. Now you can get it delivered from your favorite local restaurant so you don’t have to go out – ain’t nobody got Thai for that.

5 Spice Pork Slider

Don’t let these bite-sized cuties slide by. They’re loaded with flavors of five-spice pork and spicy mayo, and topped with purple cabbage for a touch of cooling crispiness.

Special Spicy Pizza

Pizza isn’t usually what you think of when you think “spicy.” But this pie will change that because it boasts spicy pepperoni, spiced beef, onions and jalapeños among other delicious toppings. Slice, slice, baby!

Red Curry

Red Curry may be the spiciest of the curries, but it still has a touch of sweetness – so keep calm and curry on.

Spicy BBQ Chicken Wings

A popular Game Day food and all around American favorite, don’t be chicken, just wing it!

Spicy Chicken Sandwich

Be brave enough for the spicy chicken sandwich topped with a spicy aioli – just be sure to wash it down with a beer.

Firecracker Roll

Sushi and spice combine in this firecracker roll with spicy tuna, jalapeño peppers and a fiery sauce. Let’s roll!

Fireman’s Burger

Topped with pepper jack cheese, pickled jalapeños, pickled red onion and chipotle mayo, you’ll need a fireman’s hose too cool you down after this burger.

Nachos Oaxaca

With nachos anything goes, but we say the spicier the better. Relax – it’s nacho mama’s Mexican food.

Spicy Ramen

Dear Lord, thank you for this bowl of broth, shredded pork and fresh kimchi with a hard-boiled egg. Ramen.

Buffalo Chicken Salad

Freshly chopped romaine tossed in bleu cheese dressing and topped with seasoned croutons charbroiled chicken breast smothered in a fiery buffalo wing sauce, this is one salad that won’t bore you.

Vindaloo

I’ve never had vindaloo, but I’ve heard it tastes like “eating lava.” Sounds like a blast.


What’s your threshold?