"This is a spicy creamy sauce used in or atop many sushi bar favorites such as Dynamite. This also works as a great dipping sauce." — The Sushi Guy
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chili garlic sauce
This stuff is great, and so versatile. It's too hot for me (I buy my garlic chili sauce from the local Thai grocery, and it is VERY spicy), but Husband uses it as a dip for chips, fries and egg rolls, and even as a topping in tacos and burgers. I make up a large batch, and keep it refrigerated until needed. Thanks, The Sushi Guy!
It didnt taste like the sauce i get at the sushi bar, so i tweaked it. I used 1/2 cup of mayo, 1 tablespoon of sriracha chili sauce, 1 tsp of seseme oil, 1 tsp cayenne pepper.
Every time I make sushi, I try to get a spicy mayo to work in our dynamite rolls...it's never quite right. I tried this recipe, and while the flavor is right with the chili-garlic sauce and sugar, the proportions just weren't right for me. Dynamite Sauce usually has a good kick of spice and to get that I had to add 4 times the amount of chili-garlic sauce that this recipe called for.
Use Japanese mayo for best results. Amazing. Thanks!
I mixed this with some imitation crab meat and it made an awesome sandwich spread!
DYNAMITE!! This dip is awesome, really spicy but awesome. I used it to dip my porkchops in, sounds weird but it was really good. I was out of the chili garlic sauce so I used the rooster sauce and added jarred minced garlic to it. YUMMY! This will be good on a lot of things!
Exactly what I was looking for!
PERFECT! I'm so glad I found this because it made my rolls taste amazing!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 131
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