3 Recipes using Japanese Mayo

March 08, 2018

March 1st was mayonnaise day in Japan! We all know Japanese mayo is good on everything, and it is also nice to use while cooking! If you are wondering what the difference is between Japanese mayo and western mayo; find it out here. https://www.sushisushi.co.uk/blogs/education/why-is-japanese-mayonnaise-different

Chicken with aurora sauce


     Ingredients

    Method

    1. 1 chicken breast (you can also cook this with prawns) 
    2. ☆salt and pepper 
    3. ☆1tsp sake
    4. ☆1tsp vinegar
    5. 3tbsp of flour 
    6. ★4tbsp of mayonnaise
    7. ★1tbsp of ketchup
    8. ★2tbsp of milk
    9. ★1tsp of honey
    10. ★1tsp lemon juice
    1. Marinate chicken with ☆ ingredients before you cook.
    2. Cover chicken breast with flour and fry it in the pan. 
    3. Mix all the ★marked ingredients and heat it in the pan, put this sauce on chicken and it is done!
     

    Mayonnaise risotto


       Ingredients

      Method

      1. 150g of rice
      2. 2 Asparagus
      3. Beacon
      4. 2 tbsp. of mayonnaise
      5. 200ml of milk 
      6. Salt and pepper
      1. Cut the asparagus and bacon.
      2. Fry the asparagus and bacon with 1tbsp of mayo.
      3. Add the rice and fry them together.
      4. Add milk and fry until the milk is not watery.
      5. Add the rest of the mayonnaise, salt and pepper.
       
       

       Squid and spring onion in oyster mayonnaise sauce


       Ingredients

      Method

      1. Squid and spring onion
      2. Mayonnaise 
      3. Oyster sauce 
      4. (Mayonnaise and oyster sauce need to be 1:1.  Ex) if you add  2 tbsp of mayonnaise , you need to add 2 tbsp of oyster sauce) 
      5. Shichimi spice 
      6. Garlic paste 
      Fry the spring onion and squid with mayonnaise. Add oyster sauce after and fry. Add some shichimi spice. 





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