10 Amazing Spicy Mayo Recipe For Sushis

If you like sushi as much as I do, you’d be happy to eat it every single day.

But, if you do like to eat sushi regularly, it can be great fun to change it up a little just by adding different spicy mayos.

And lucky for you, I’ve been doing my homework on this, so you don’t have to. I’ve found 10 amazing spicy mayos across the net and I can’t wait to share them with you – here goes! (In no particular order)

10 Amazing Spicy Mayo Recipe For Sushis

Spicy Sushi Mayo from All Recipes

I love just how simple this recipe is. All you have to do is combine equal amounts of store-bought mayonnaise with Sriracha hot sauce, and stir in a small amount of sesame oil.

And better yet, it only works out at just over 100 calories per serving!
For the recipe in full, please click here. There you will also find a complete nutritional breakdown.

Spicy Mayo For Sushi Recipe From Serious Eats

This recipe has a lot in common with the spicy sushi mayo that we showed you earlier in that it features both mayonnaise and Sriracha hot sauce. But it uses these in a different proportion, which really affects the overall taste.

And that’s not all. This version of the recipe uses freshly squeezed lime juice instead of sesame oil, which really gives it a zing!

If you were to store it in an airtight container, it will stay fresh in the refrigerator for up to a month.
For the recipe in full, please click here. There you will also find a complete nutritional breakdown.

Spicy Mayo from Two Purple Figs

Now, this is a recipe with quite a lot of ingredients, and this serves to really balance out all the different flavors.

Unfortunately it’s quite high in calories, coming in at 315 calories per serving, but once you’ve tasted it I think you’ll be past caring! And it tastes great as a burger sauce too!

For the recipe in full, please click here. There you will also find a video demonstration, plenty of hints and tips, and a complete nutritional breakdown.

Even Better Spicy Mayo From Umami Girl

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Now, while this spicy mayo sauce includes the traditional ingredients of Sriracha hot sauce and mayonnaise, there are a couple of tweaks that make it really stand out above the rest…

It uses Kewpie mayo, a Japanese brand which is both creamier and tangier than regular American mayonnaise, and it’s a thinner consistency.

It also uses some additional ingredients, including that very versatile ingredient soy sauce, and half a minced shallot. Delicious!

For the recipe in full, please click here.

Spicy Mayo Sauce From My Sushi Kitchen

Now, this is a great spicy mayo sauce to make for your sushi if you don’t want your mayo to be too hot.

This is because, rather than use equal amounts of mayonnaise and Sriracha hot sauce, you are meant to use just one teaspoon of Sriracha hot sauce for every tablespoon of mayo. And although it is milder, you do still get that kick you’re looking for.

For the recipe in full, please click here. There you will also find a handy FAQ section.

Spicy Sushi Sauce From Simply Whisked

This recipe has a lot in common with the first one I showed you, with its mayonnaise and Sriracha hot sauce, but there is a key difference. This version features the addition of freshly squeezed lemon juice, which really lifts the overall flavor of the sauce and gives it a nice zing!

For the recipe in full, please click here. There you will also find a complete nutritional breakdown.

Spicy Mayo Recipe From This Healthy Table

Here’s another classic spicy mayo recipe that’s perfect for dipping your sushi in. In addition to the traditional mayonnaise and Sriracha hot sauce, there’s also some freshly squeezed lime juice for zing, and a little soy sauce for umami. You just whisk the ingredients together to combine them.

For the recipe in full, please click here. There you will also find a complete nutritional breakdown. 

5-Minute Spicy Mayo From JZ Eats

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As you may expect at this point, this recipe uses many of the traditional ingredients for spicy mayo for sushi, such as mayonnaise and Sriracha hot sauce. But this version also features soy sauce and a teaspoon of paprika to add another spicy dimension to the sauce.

Better yet, it’s only 103 calories per serving!

For the recipe in full, please click here. There you will also find a complete nutritional breakdown. 

Asian Spicy Mayonnaise From Big Oven

Of course, this version of spicy mayo for sushi uses traditional ingredients such as mayonnaise and Sriracha hot sauce. But this version also features soy sauce, lime/lemon juice, and a dash of Tabasco sauce – so it’s perfect for those who like their mayo hot!

It’s quite high in calories per serving, but it’s worth it!

For the recipe in full, please click here.

Spicy Mayo from The Heirloom Pantry

If you can manage to get authentic Japanese ingredients, then this is the recipe you should go for. It uses Kewpie mayo, Sriracha sauce, Sesame oil, Mirin, and Togarashi, for that really authentic taste – delicious!

For the recipe in full, please click here. There you will also find plenty of hints and tips, and a complete nutritional breakdown.

Wrap Up

Well, I certainly think your sushi snacks and meals won’t be boring once you’ve got a few of the above spicy mayo recipes under your belt!

Why not try them all – I challenge you to pick a favorite (I couldn’t do it!)

Enjoy & bon appétit!

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