Friday, February 24, 2012

Dynamite Sauce

Dynamite sauce is rather explosive.......

Because I've decided there are only two types of people when dynamite sauce  hits a plate. There are those who love it and those who don't. Luckily we have to chance to bridge the gap between these two people with this post. For those who don't like the sauce, it is usually because of it's powerful spiciness. (Hence the name.) As with my chipotle mayo, I like to start ultra hot and then water down with more mayo. This is how we will "bridge the gap" between our two positions on dynamite sauce.

Since dynamite sauce is so easy to make I think it is useful to add a little information about where to get the right hot sauce for this recipe. Srichacha can be found in most any Asian section of a modern supermarket, and it can certainly be found in your local Asian market. I want to provide a picture of it here, just as a visual aid to make your search easier.
One last note, this recipe below only makes a little bit of sauce. You can obviously double, triple, or quadruple this recipe with no problem whatsoever. What I do recommend doing though is starting with the small recipe, adding mayo to your tastes, and then double, triple, etc. for your needs.

Dynamite Sauce:
1/4 cup mayo
2 tablespoons srichacha hot sauce

1. Mix mayo and hot sauce together and taste. Add more mayo if needed and taste again. Once you make the sauce to your tastes reserve it in the refrigerator until ready to use.


  1. Did you use the Japanese mayo that comes in the same type of container as the Srichacha? I've heard that stuff makes a world of difference.

    1. Yea I used Kewpie brand mayo to make this but American mayo works fine too.


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