What a nice versatile sauce. I don%u2019t eat Sushi but thought this might be good on veggies which it was and we both thought the sesame oil was a great touch. Made as written using the full two tablespoons of Sriracha sauce and will be trying the honey option listed at the bottom of the recipe tomorrow with the remaining sauce. Thanks for the post.
I saved this as soon as it was posted and grabbed some sushi/nigirizushi at the store today so I could try it out. This is a super good sauce! I tried it alone and it was pretty strong but it was just right with the rice and fish. I cut it down to 1/4 recipe and still have quite a bit left (a little goes a long way!) so I have to think of other ways to use it. Maybe I'll try adding some honey to the leftover to try it that way also :) Thanks for sharing!
Perfect! EXACTLY the same as what you get in the finest of Japanese restaurants. Look no further. Delicious!
Delicious!!! It's going to be hard not to cover everything I eat in this sauce!!
There's no reason to restrict this lovely sauce to sushi! I put some on a sandwich, and it was wonderful. The creaminess of the mayonnaise, the spice of the Sriracha, and the nutty flavor of the sesame oil were a perfect combination. I halved the recipe, and now I wish I'd made the whole thing! Thanks for posting!
LOVED IT! I couldn't get sriracha sauce, but I found a bottle of extra hot chilli sauce from the Phillipines, and used that. I used Kewpie Mayonnaise, which I think is essential for anything sushi! Thankyou so much for sharing!