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This is the same sauce they use at a high end sushi restaurant in Baton Rouge on their Lava Roll. It is perfect. I used Japanese mayo. It has a little different flavor. Place sauce on top of the slices and place under a broiler until it bubbles. Yummmmm

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Stephiecom October 23, 2009

Great sauce! I tried tonight with our sushi and it was soooo goood. Thanks Gingerkitten.

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Linda Owen January 19, 2009

This was exactly like my favorite restaurants Dynamite sauce on the Dynamite Roll. Also for those people doing low carb this only has 5-8 carbs if you use regular Mayo. I poured it over some california rolls with scallops on top! Thanks for the recipe!!!

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Juliansmommy! February 24, 2008

yummy! My first attempt at sushi..I think I ate most of it all by myself!! All covered in this wonderful sauce! I made a "shrimp salad" roll - just sauce and shrimp -super great! Thanks so much

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me & alex July 27, 2007

I am so addicted to Sushi and this sauce is absolutely wonderful. I loved it as did my friends. Thanks for sharing!

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NamaJoy March 23, 2007

Thanks for posting, this is delicious! I used tuna, so the taste was different than my sushi place, but next time I'll try it with some different fish. My fav place uses salmon and whitefish but I know some use conch. To save time I cooked up some sushi rice and then for step 3, broiled the fish and mayo combo in the toaster oven on top of a peice of aluminum foil for about 15 minutes. Then I put the broiled tuna combo on top of the rice.

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Demandy May 25, 2006

Very good, used low-fat mayo & substituted the roe with cucumber middles & a few drops of fish sauce

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CzarMike November 16, 2005

This is the stuff I've been craving ever since I had it on a shrimp tempura roll (sushi) in Pasadena, CA. I omitted the roe and used Kewpie mayonnaise which I'd been trying to hunt down in order to make this sauce. Wheee!! Now I can make it myself, thank you!

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Sandi (From CA) September 19, 2005

This is perfect! We often make this to go with our homemade sushi. The roe are an excellent addition- they give the sauce a bit more body and wonderfully pop in your mouth. I used Trader Joe's organic mayo, which works just great. It's weird- mayonaise really doesn't seem like it would go well with sushi, but in this combination its terrific. I've had this at a lot of restaurants too and rolls with this sauce on it often cost a couple bucks more than the ones without. This sauce is a great alternative when you want a different spicy sauce for sushi than the tradional/common wasabi.

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Roosie September 24, 2004
Dynamite Sauce for Sushi