This easy 4-ingredient sauce adds a creamy, spicy flavor boost to rice or noodle bowls, sushi, burgers, sandwiches, tacos, eggs, and salads. You can control the level of heat by adding more or less hot sauce.
Step 1: Assemble the ingredients.
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Step 2. Add all of the ingredients to a small bowl and stir until uniformly combined.
Done! So easy.
This has a thin consistency. You can drizzle it on with a spoon or spread it with a knife.
I prefer to serve Spicy Mayo Sauce in condiment squeeze bottles for easy dispensing and fridge storage. I labeled these bottles for easy identification on a buffet table.
Perfect for Korean Bibimbap and noodle bowls. I periodically prepare lunch for the hungry crew at my sons' company Less Annoying CRM located in downtown St. Louis. This Spicy Mayo was among the condiments included on a make-your-own Korean rice or noodle bowl buffet. I served it along with homemade Spicy Bibimbap Sauce, Everyday Korean Sauce, and store bought Sriracha and Gouchujang (Korean chili paste).
This sauce is always on the table with my other Korean recipes:
Try this creamy, zippy sauce on burgers and sandwiches, too. Yum.
Make it a Yummy day!