Spicy Mayo Recipe

Spicy Mayo Recipe | JustOneCookbook.comSpicy mayonnaise sauce goes well with tuna, scallop, and other sushi rolls, as well as lobster rolls.  Here’s how to make it.

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Spicy Mayo Recipe
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Serves: 1
  1. Combine mayo and sriracha sauce in a bowl and mix well. Ta da! It's that simple.
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  1. Mrs. Unga

    Hi Nami. My husband, who hails from Hawaii, and I are stuck in the Midwest and it took forever to find the right Mayo for making Spicy Ahi Poke. Thanks for the Kewpie suggestion. He made it tonight and it was ono!

  2. Gerald

    Love your recipe for pickle daikon, however—is there a way to get rid of the smell??
    Got to try the japanese mayo…been using Best Foods and its pretty good.

    • Hi Gerald! Ohhh! I know EXACTLY what you mean! I love that recipe too, but smell in the fridge is not so pleasant… I tried double packing (ziploc, and another air tight container) and it helps a bit… It’s the daikon smell….

  3. Probo

    I cannot find sriracha sauce in my country, Nami! How about tabasco? Can be subtitute of sriracha? Thank you

    • Hi Lucia! Any kind of hot sauce it’s available there? Preferably Asian hot sauce such as Sambal Oelek (Indonesian/Malaysian/Singaporean), Chili Garlic Sauce (Chinese), Gochujang (Korean)… Hope this helps!

  4. What a simple but brilliant idea! I want to try this but Sriracha is hard to find in my country (Philippines). Most Vietnamese and Thai restaurants have them and I always fight the urge to steal a bottle 😉 I think they buy in bulk from outside the country. Is there anything I can substitute for it?
    Thank you, Nami!

    • Hi Cat! You can use other kinds of hot sauce available. Or you can add cayenne pepper for more spice, etc. The flavor will be a bit different though. I didn’t know Sriracha was hard to find there. I hope you can find a bottle easily at a local store one day! :)

  5. jody aveline

    Thank you Nami my ami for this recipe. I love spicy tuna and never knew what brand of mayo to use, now I do. Thanks again :)