Everyone knows that Sriracha goes well on almost everything. Scrambled eggs? Absolutely. Tofu stir-fry? Sure. Chicken burritos? Yep. Vanilla ice cream? Some on Reddit would dare.Made from sun-ripened chili peppers, sugar, salt, garlic, vinegar, and other vegan ingredients, Sriracha is the chili sauce that has taken over the nation, garnering countless recipes and cookbooks. It’s not as hot (read: your mouth won’t feel like it’s on fire) as chomping down on jalapeños and other chili peppers, but it does give a nice kick to blander dishes.Whether you’re a hot sauce fan or not, this tasty dish will definitely hit the spot. Just mix the ground turkey and half of the ingredients in a large bowl, and once thoroughly combined, use your hands to shape into small balls (think: smaller than a kiwi). Space them out on a tray and bake in the oven.RELATED: How to Make Your Own SrirachaIf you thought that was easy, making the sauce is even more of a cinch. Whisk the remaining ingredients, including the honey and Sriracha, in a saucepan, and sprinkle in flour to thicken your homemade gravy. Pairing honey with hot sauce makes for a deliciously sweet and spicy coating for classic turkey meatballs.Drop in the cooked meatballs and toss to coat. Spoon a bed of rice or quinoa into storage containers and pop four meatballs into each. You can refrigerate these pre-made meals for up to four days, which means you’ve got lunch and dinners for the week!