Sriracha Mayo


Date Published: August 4th, 2020 | Last Updated: August 4th, 2020
Author: Abby |Category: sauces/dips, easy, asian, < 15mins
Serves: 1/2 cup | Prep time: 1 minute | Cook time: 30 seconds

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If you can scoop mayonnaise out of a jar and squeeze sriracha out of a bottle, this recipe is for you. This 30 second sriracha mayo is your new go-to sauce. Think fries, burger, fish and chips, fritters, prawn toast, tuna salad, chicken salad…etc. Pretty much anywhere you use mayo you can substitute it with sriracha mayo for an extra kick!

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Summarized Recipe:

Sriracha Mayo

Date Published: August 4th, 2020 | Last Updated: August 4th, 2020
Author: Abby |Category: sauces/dips, easy, asian, < 15mins
Serves: 1/2 cup | Prep time: 1 minute | Cook time: 30 seconds

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup (125g) mayonnaise
  • 1 Tbsp sriracha chilli sauce

Directions:

  1. Mix the mayonnaise and sriracha together and serve! Easy, huh?

2 thoughts on “Sriracha Mayo

  1. […] These pancakes are very quick and easy to make. They’re slightly crispy on the edges and soft on the inside laced with cheese. I’ve based the original recipe from My Korean Kitchen but I’ve put a twist on it and adapted it with some extra add-ins (read: cheese). The dipping sauce isn’t necessary, but it does give the pancake some extra flavour. You can also serve it up with some curry mayo or sriracha mayo. […]

  2. […] These tuna cakes pack a punch of lemon flavour! They’re easy to make and pretty quick to whip up. Lemon, parmesan and garlic are the heroes of this recipe all packaged together into a patty then breaded with panko breadcrumbs for a crispy exterior. You can make these cakes small to serve as an appetizer or a quick snack, or form them larger and put it between two buns to make a crunchy tuna patty burger! Enjoy them on their own or drizzled with a creamy tartar sauce or sriracha mayo. […]

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