Spicy Japanese mayo is a one of the base sauces for any delicious meal. It is frequently found alongside or on top of sushi, beef, pork, or chicken dishes at most asian restaurants. The only real challenge is getting the correct ratio of spiciness to mayo goodness. An often overlooked aspect of many dishes is acidity and when mixing a good spicy mayo it is no different. The difference between your average home chef and professional chef is how they manage acidity in there dishes, a professional chef will never be afraid to increase the acidity to increase the punch of the flavor. Below is a great spicy mayo recipe with that extra kick of acidity that it needs. Try experimenting with your own hot sauces to see what you like the best.
Mix Japanese mayo, sriracha, lime juice to taste in a bowl until mixture turns a creamy pinkish color. Serve with your favorite dish.