In addition to the crust, I went for a pizza with no sauce, topped with a double portion of their new salami and a drizzle of Honey Sriracha sauce on top. The price came out to $7.99 for a large.
Along with "Get Curried Away," Ginger Boom Boom is one of two limited-time flavors out of the 10 crust flavors Pizza Hut now offers. The plan is to eventually rotate in other limited-time flavors.
Getting a Pizza Hut pizza without sauce is actually pretty nice. It just felt like eating a cheesestick, but with salami and a sweet sriracha sauce on top. I prefer the sauceless pizza over Pizza Hut's breadsticks, which now can also be sprinkled with various seasonings (they're calling them "Flavor Sticks").
The Honey Sriracha sauce was just a little sweet and packed a good amount of spicy heat. It wasn't overwhelming given the relatively moderate amount here. If you really want to feel the burn, it's also available as a sauce option and crust flavoring. Basically, you can have them drench your pizza in it.