Why do we like spicy mayonnaise so much?

spicy-mayo-gunkan-sushi

Spicy mayonnaise sauce goes great with spicy tuna and other spicy sushi rolls. The hotness of the chili spices the sushi with an entirely different kind of hotness than that given from the wasabi and mayonnaise contributes to the juicy fatty level of things.

Alright, let's make some spicy sushi sauce!

Ingredients:

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  • 1 tbsp mayonnaise of your choice (preferably Kewpie)
  • 1 tsp Sriracha sauce
  • -optional- 1 tsp lemon juice

And... Stirspoons

Stir in a small bowl to combine evenly. Make extra sure the hot Sriracha sauce is evenly spread. If not used immediately, store in your refrigerator.

Usage tip

Once combined, use a spoon to load the newly made hot sauce into a baggies, and pinch a tiny hole in the bottom. In order to use the sauce, simply squeeze the baggies and let the sauce leave a trail of hotness along the roll.



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-3 # Misao 2013-04-22 00:34
I like to put chili sauce(Huy Fong brand),mayo,and mustard. SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O good!
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+1 # Tetsu Deinonychus 2013-01-17 07:39
What would you recommend to someone who wants a similar creamy, spicy sauce for sushi, but never liked Mayo (yuck!)?

Cream cheese, sour cream, and plain yogurt come to mind, but would any of these work?
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+1 # Jon 2012-08-09 20:29
Tastes pretty good with regular mayo. I added some sesame seed oil and that made it delicious
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+4 # SushiMaking101.com 2012-07-08 00:03
I love this sauce. It always gives a little kick to the sushi just like Wasabi but in a different flavor.
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-1 # natalie 2012-05-07 15:16
U may use regular mayo BUT it will Taste A Lil Different . Never tryed but im pretty sure it will .
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+4 # natalie 2012-05-07 15:14
Kewpie Japanese Mayo is The Best to use for spicey mayo then how ever spicy u want it just keep usingv the saracha hot sauce and a drizzle of white sugar just to give a good sweetness!!!
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+2 # MadSushiEater 2012-05-07 11:41
Can you use normal mayonnaise?
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-3 # Sushi Lover 2012-04-02 16:07
Sushi is not sushi without spicy mayo and eel sauce bestest combinations ever !! i eat sushi at least twice a day and man o man its so delicious :P best sushi place in the high desert Ca, Is Call YOSHI'S SUSHI ....YUMMMMIEEE! !
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+1 # organic spices 2011-11-07 09:08
hi i am new to this site .i am going to try this recipe right now after seeing.hope comes out good.Thanks for sharing.
Organic Spices
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0 # CMWalker 2011-06-04 16:21
You're missing the toasted sesame oil from your recipe. It's what gives spicy mayo that smoky, nutty flavor... otherwise, right on.
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0 # jen 2011-05-27 21:40
if you are in Montreal CA go to GINGer!!! soo friken good. i live in las vegas where on a stretch of a street some of the worlds best chef's cook and i have never had this great of sushi
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0 # colleen 2010-08-18 02:54
Quoting :
i love spicy mayo sauce on tempura shirmp roll. i cant get enough
I've spent ssoooooo much money on sushi food, I have started making it my self, Its not perfect but very palatable. I AM SOOOOO COMPLETELY ADDICTED TO THIS
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0 # mike 2009-12-29 19:30
Do you have any more recipes for popular sauces? Like Unagi, Ponzu, Ume warishita?
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-3 # Guest 2009-09-15 18:44
I used spicy mayo on some Lizard Tail Sushi - very yummmy!
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0 # Guest 2009-09-12 18:12
ty richie rich i needed to know also
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0 # Guest 2009-08-07 20:58
wow ty i needed to know that im making some today
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0 # Guest 2009-07-21 11:25
ha ha ha i did not like it
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0 # Guest 2009-07-05 03:26
Go to Sushi Hana in vancouver WA for some of the cheapest and best sushi around!
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0 # Guest 2009-06-04 15:12

i think it is will be thai red bird chilli
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-1 # Guest 2009-04-30 22:42

I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOV E SUSHI AND < I love it so much , I call my Honda metro SUSHI TIME.... You  guys helped me with the answer I needed..I luve in cleburne tx and we do not have Asian markets but , I can go to  Arlington...I know Cleburne sucks...We did close the schools today...I will just  abbriviate this reason ..S Flu...????????? ??????????????? ??????? THAnks for you r time guys.
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0 # Guest 2009-04-21 18:20

i was wondering what kind of chili sauce, thanks
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-1 # Guest 2009-04-20 20:42

There is a Sushi Resturant in El Paso, TX called Sonny's. It is the best ever. I have tried sushi all around El Paso and in Houston, TX, however... Nothing can compare. I always order the Sunshine Roll or the Mexican Orgasm. The owner whose name is Sonny is a female and she is there every single day making the sushi herself. She takes real pride in her art of sushi making. It's really delicious. Not to mention, if you do happen to order a hand roll, they are a good size.
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-1 # Guest 2009-03-19 20:01

I have just recently discovered sushi and I am now a huge fan of it!  I first tried it at a Seiksui resturaunt in Southaven, MS and from then on my friend and I look for any excuse to travel the 2 hours to the resturaunt.  The spicy mayo was a big part of me liking sushi because it brought such a wonderful flavor combined with all the other ingredients...a nd finding out how to make it is wonderful!!!
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-1 # Guest 2009-02-23 02:19

THere is a place in Myrtle Beach, SC called SOHO sushi. Find/try out the Volcano roll and you'll experience sushi on a whole different level.
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0 # Guest 2009-02-21 23:36

Mayo, Sriracha and Sesame Oil are all you need. Traditionally, a Japanese soy mayo is used. Try Kewpie soy mayo and your tastebuds will thank you!
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+1 # Guest 2009-02-21 04:11

I used Tapatio and added a little soy sauce, a little sugar, and a pinch of salt.  very yummy 
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0 # Guest 2009-02-05 20:03

WOWOWOWOWOW
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+2 # Guest 2009-02-05 20:03

OH AND ABOUT THE SPICY MAYO.
1/2 cup mayo
2 table spoon chili sauce
1 table spoon hot sesame oil 
 
SO GOOD ENJOY! 
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-4 # Guest 2009-01-28 17:35

i thought pork fried rice was chinese
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-6 # Guest 2009-01-10 20:34

I Wuv Sushi and Puork Frie Lice
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+6 # Guest 2008-11-26 03:18

i love spicy mayo sauce on tempura shirmp roll. i cant get enough
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+2 # Guest 2008-11-25 08:11

I'll tell you what I'm glad I looked up how to make sushi tonight and also the spicey sauce maaaaaaaaaan that stuff rawks! I love spicey so learning how to make that stuff made me really happy. :) hehe So Thanks! I think soon as I have money to go to the store and get some stuff I'll pick up some seaweed and some avacados to make myself a caterpillar roll. :)
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0 # Guest 2008-10-25 15:50

LOL!!!! about salmon and birthday. =-X
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0 # Guest 2008-09-27 00:45
Happy Birthday, anywaay
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-4 # Guest 2008-09-18 23:25
This recipe is lame and wwhy r u guys talking about ur birthday no body cares
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+2 # Guest 2008-09-13 04:26
salmon....are you people stupid...this is a post about a sushi spicy mayo recipe.. not your birthday or salmon...CRAZY! !
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+1 # Guest 2008-05-24 22:43
happy be-lated birthday
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+1 # Guest 2008-02-02 22:39
Hey that's my b-day too! Happy B-day to both of us!
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+1 # Guest 2007-12-21 15:19
yay ive always been wanting to know that...
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+2 # Guest 2007-11-05 09:42
If u go to a Japanese REst,they use Sriracha chilli sauce..i believe u can find them in asian market, the same one in vietnamnese rest
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0 # Guest 2007-09-24 16:13
habanero chile
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0 # Guest 2007-09-03 01:44
lame
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0 # Guest 2007-06-12 23:55
what? no animations? lol
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0 # Guest 2007-05-24 10:29
What is salmon salmon??... And I'm a really bad cook can I just mush some rice into some seaweed and call it sushi?
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+2 # Guest 2007-05-08 22:02
I would like to know, what kind of chilis do you use to make the sauce?
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