Soy Sauce and Mayo

Dafeenah By Dafeenah, 8th Mar 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/pqn_-3m6/
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It might sound disgusting, but after you try this, you will never be able to eat another burger again without it.

How I Discovered This

Yes I know what you're thinking. Soy sauce mixed with mayo?! There is no way I am eating that. I thought the exact same thing the first time I saw my friend make this. I am not a big mayo lover to begin with so the thought of mixing these ingredients in with it made my skin crawl. However after tasting it on my burger, it's the only way I eat my burgers now. It's also great as a side dish for dipping. Just mix a little ketchup in with it and it becomes a tasty dip for fries or chicken strips.

Ingredients

Mayo (whatever kind you prefer) 2 tablespoons
Soy Sauce 1/4 tsp*
Lime juice 1/4-1/2 tsp*
Sugar 1/4 tsp*
Black pepper (to taste)

Directions

*These measurements are approximate. I usually play around with them until I get it to taste the way I like the best. If you want to use it as a dip for sides, then just add in 2 tablespoons ketchup.

Just combine in a bowl and stir.

This adds an exotic flavor to all of your recipes. I also use this to make coleslaw. You're really only limited by your imagination.

Hope you enjoy!!

Tags

Dafeenah, Dressings And Toppings, Mayo, Recipes, Sauces, Soy Sauce

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
9th Mar 2011 (#)

hmm my wife and step daughter would love this, they both like mayo and soy sauce

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author avatar Dafeenah
9th Mar 2011 (#)

I don't particularly like either one of them individually but when combined it's a whole different story.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
9th Mar 2011 (#)

I like soy but differently.
This is new to me. Great share.

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author avatar Shaun Jarmen
9th Mar 2011 (#)

Interesting recipe, something new to cook for my family next week. Great share

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author avatar PHYLLIS LOGIE
9th Mar 2011 (#)

New and interesting idea which I intend to try, when I have I'll let you know. Thanks for the share

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author avatar Songbird B
11th Mar 2011 (#)

Will have to try this, Dafeenah, as I love mayo...Thanks for sharing it..

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author avatar kafsoa
1st Jun 2011 (#)

This sounds delicious! I usually mix soy sauce with mustard and ketchup, but I've never tried mixing mayo with any thing but ketchup. I'll try this dip. Thanks for sharing:)

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author avatar Asa
10th Apr 2013 (#)

I added sriracha sauce because I like things hot and it was awesome. Put it on a grilled pork tenderloin. Really good. Thanks

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author avatar TBellP1
25th May 2013 (#)

This stuff is great!! I learned a nearly identical version from a favorite local restaurant that serves up THE very best sweet potato fries I have ever eaten - bar none! One of their dipping sauces for the fries is nearly this same combination and it is super delicious - you will not believe how good the combination is on sweet potato fries until you've tried it. The only difference is they don't add the lime juice to the mix.

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author avatar Jack
25th May 2013 (#)

Also a poor man chinese chiclen salad. I also added celery & water chrstnuts!

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author avatar Michelle
13th Jun 2013 (#)

Yup! I just did this without thinking because I had run out of salad dressing. Had a bowl
Full of chopped up salmon steak and lettuce! Mixed them together and got two flavours I love!! Mayo and lettuce mmm and soya sauce with rice! Makes it like a comforting two meal pleaser salad! WIN!
I actually came on here to see if it had been done before and I see it sure has!

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