TITLE: Spicy Mayo
DATE: 10/29/2008 01:15:00 PM
When I make sushi at home, I usually shop at the Kotobukiya Market. The fish is reliably fresh and the selection is great. The problem is, when I decide to make sushi, I’m usually already hungry, so I need a little snack. They have little rice balls with savory toppings wrapped in seaweed. For $1.50, it’s a great tie-me-over. Toppings include: miso, spicy tuna, nuto, and salmon. After trying them all, I decided I like the tuna best.
So much so, that I’ll make it at home for myself all the time as a go-to lunch. Maybe it sounds strange to serve tuna salad with rice, but think about a spicy tuna maki roll.
1 teaspoon Lan Chi chili-garlic paste (more or less, to taste)
2 tablespoons Hellman’s (sorry, Lydia… no Miracle Whip here)
Mix the spicy mayo with drained, canned tuna. Serve over steamed rice with nori sheets.
The Spicy Mayo also makes a great rub for grilled corn.
Labels: dips, recipes, sushi
AUTHOR: Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)
DATE:10/29/2008 03:46:00 PM
Ah, but you are using my very favorite chili paste with garlic! I'm never without two or three jars in my pantry.
DATE:10/31/2008 10:48:00 AM
Why haven't I seen this chili paste? I love the spicy mayo idea - I could use it as a whole sandwich filling - hold the rest :). I think I'll try this with the Korean paste I usually use and maybe add some garlic.
DATE:10/31/2008 03:38:00 PM
Lydia, I knew we could find common ground!
Giz, Sounds like a great alternative. I'm thinking of just making a big batch of chili mayo and keeping it in the fridge.