Sriracha mayo is delicious with just about everything, and it’s so easy that there’s absolutely no reason to ever buy it! With only two simple ingredients and made in 15 seconds, the most important part is getting that mayo:sriracha ratio perfect, and this recipe nails it. Perfectly creamy, perfectly spicy.
What Makes This Sauce So Good
- Sriracha mayo adds a little kick to burgers, tacos, and sandwiches, or you can use it as a dipping sauce for fries, onion rings, or veggies. It’s creamy, spicy, and the perfect blend of flavors.
- This recipe only needs TWO ingredients! There’s zero cooking involved, and unless you’re making your own sriracha and/or mayonnaise from scratch, you can mix this tasty condiment up in 15-30 seconds.
- Homemade sriracha mayo is perfect for meal prep. As long as you refrigerate it in an airtight container, it’ll keep up to three weeks. You could easily double or triple the recipe to make a larger batch to keep on hand.
Mayonnaise – Ingredient #1 is the mayo. If you’re following any specific dietary restrictions, you can use a mayonnaise that fits your needs. Vegan mayo, low fat mayo, mayo made with avocado oil – they all work here.
Sriracha – Ingredient #2 is this deliciously spicy sauce. It’s made from red jalapeño peppers with a little sugar, salt, garlic, and vinegar added in. Because of that, it’s not Whole30-compliant or paleo, and it’s technically not keto even though the carb content is low (depending on your serving). Not to worry, though. You can easily make your own homemade Whole30 Sriracha that has no added sugar!
- I tested a few combinations, and this is my ideal ratio. You can adjust it to your tastes, though. A little more sriracha will make it slightly spicier, and a little more mayo will thicken it up.
- If you don’t have sriracha sauce on hand then you can sub in your favorite hot sauce, like Frank’s, Tabasco, or Crystal. It won’t taste quite the same but it’ll work! The intensity and flavor can vary from brand to brand, so start small. You can always add more.
- You can serve the sriracha mayo right away, but I think it’s even better if you let it chill a while before serving. This gives the flavors in the mayo and the sriracha time to develop and deepen.
Other Condiment Recipes You’ll Enjoy
- 5-Ingredient Spicy Mayo
- Classic Pomodoro Sauce
- Eel Sauce
- Smoky Chipotle Mayo
- Creamy Avocado Ranch Dressing
- Whole30 Ranch Dressing (“Dump Ranch,” Paleo, Dairy-Free)
- Homemade Taco Sauce
- Keto Ketchup
- Chipotle Aioli
- Fish Taco Sauce
- Small bowl
- Add all ingredients to small bowl and whisk until smooth. Serve immediately or chill until ready to eat.
- Storage: Refrigerate in airtight container up to 3 weeks.
- Make it Keto: Most store-bought sriracha contains sugar, so if you’re following a strict keto way of eating, you’ll need to look for a brand with no added sugar, which may be tough to find. If you focus just on macros, though, there’s only 1g net carbs per serving in this mayo recipe even with a store-bought sriracha. You can also make your own sugar-free sriracha which will eliminate the added sugar completely.
- Make it Vegan: Use a vegan mayonnaise.
- Make it Whole30/Paleo: Use a compliant sriracha and a compliant mayonnaise.
Number of total servings shown is approximate. Actual number of servings will depend on your preferred portion sizes.
Nutritional values shown are general guidelines and reflect information for 1 serving using the ingredients listed, not including any optional ingredients. Actual macros may vary slightly depending on specific brands and types of ingredients used.
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