1. Maggi Masala Chilli Sauce Via Viet World Kitchen (vietworldkitchen.com This Indian hot sauce has been hailed as "the Indian Sriracha." We'd say that's a fair comparison. 2. Amoy Extra Hot Sichuan Spicy Noodle Sauce Via Asian Supermarket 365 (asiansupermarket365.com Amoy is made in Hong Kong, but you can find it at your friendly neighborhood Asian grocery. For the uninitiated, Sichuan spicy noodles are serious. Seriously delicious! 3. Kochujang Via Trifood (trifood.com This fermented soybean and chili paste is a crucial condiment for all kinds of Korean dishes, including bulgogi and bi bim bap. 4. Mae Ploy Thai Sweet Chili Sauce Via Amazon (amazon.com This is a go-to sauce for dipping delicious fried things in. It's a little sweet, but definitely has a great, spicy kick. 5. Jufran Banana Sauce Via Amazon (amazon.com It's not nearly as spicy, but Jufran Banana Sauce (a.k.a. banana ketchup) is a delicious spicy-sweet condiment from the Philippines that goes on almost anything. It also comes in non-spicy varieties if you can't stand the heat. 6. Kua Txob Ntsw Nqaij (Hmong Dipping Sauce) Via Hmong Food (hmongfood.info You can't find a place to buy this spicy dipping sauce, but making it yourself isn't too hard. Here's a recipe--though we'd recommend holding the MSG and adding some fresh cilantro. 7. Laoganma Chili Oil Via LaoGanMa Foods (laoganma.com.cn Sometimes called "Angry Lady Sauce" because of the stern-looking woman on the label, this supremely spicy oil is great for cooking just about anything. It's a staple of Sichuan cooking. A word of warning: it does contain peanuts, though. 8. Sambal Oelek Via Talin Market (talinmarket.com Huy Fong also makes a sambal oelek, but there are plenty of other kinds to try. Kokita is made in Indonesia, and is even certified halal! Bonus: Dave's Insanity Sauce Via Dave's Gourmet (store.davesgourmet.com Okay, Dave's isn't really an Asian sauce, but the secret to the insanity is the bhot jolokia, also known as the ghost pepper. They're from India, and these things are not a joke. Bonus: Clancy's Fancy Via Clancy's Fancy (clancysfancy.com Clancy's isn't an Asian hot sauce either, but I had to add it because I never stir fry without it, and I've never tried a hot sauce quite like it in my life. If you know, you know. Don't Forget Other Varieties of Sriracha! Via Sriracha Love (srirachalove.blogspot.com They're not your beloved rooster sauce. But the Sriracha Love blog has tried all of these, and rated them in taste tests.