By Shaw Gravitt

Meat And Sauce: What Is In Spicy Mayo - Sauces by Jrk!

Craving a delicious and spicy sauce to enhance your favorite recipes? Try Spicy Mayo! Made with only the finest ingredients, perfect for any meal.

Meat and sauce. The perfect pair. And what sauce could be better than a hot, spicy mayo? Sauces by Jrk! has the perfect recipe for you to spice up your next meal! Whether grilling up some burgers or preparing chicken tacos, this delicious sauce will add the perfect kick of flavor. So why not try it out right now?

Spicy Mayo

Spicy mayo is a mixture of mayo and different spices that can be served with multiple recipes according to the need. Spicy Mayo sauce is most commonly used as a dipping sauce for sandwiches, burgers, and French fries.

Spicy Mayo Ingredients

To make spicy mayo, you will need three key ingredients: mayonnaise, your choice of spices, and additional flavorings such as lemon juice or sugar.


There are many different types and mayo brands available. Still, choosing a high-quality option that is rich in flavor and full of fat is essential. This will give your spicy mayo the creamy, satisfying consistency that is key for making tasty dips, dressings, and sauces.


You can use countless spices in your spicy mayo recipe to create unique flavor profiles and add spicy heat to your dish. Some popular choices include red pepper flakes, smoked paprika, cayenne pepper, or hot sauce. You can even mix several spices to create an eclectic and exotic blend.


Eggs are an excellent binder for spicy mayo because they help hold the other ingredients together while contributing viscosity and richness. Using eggs instead of just oil also gives your sauce a more cohesive texture that doesn't separate as easily after sitting in the fridge overnight. Feel free to use either whole eggs or egg yolks, depending on what you have on hand at home.


Choosing a good quality oil for your spicy sauce is essential for ensuring that your final product has a flavorful flavor profile with a nice balance between richness and spice without being too oily or runny. Good options include olive oil, avocado oil, sunflower oil, sesame oil, or extra-virgin coconut oil.


You can add other things like lime juice, ginger, garlic powder, chili sauce, or peppers for different flavor variations.

Lemon Juice

Adding lemon juice balances the strong flavors of spicier ingredients like hot sauce or cayenne pepper, helping to mellow out the heat without reducing the flavor intensity. Another advantage of lemon juice is that it helps to emulsify the mayo so that it is smooth and spreadable rather than thin and watery.

Process Of Making Spicy Mayo

To make your spicy mayo home, combine one cup of mayonnaise with 1-2 tablespoons of your favorite hot sauce. You can alter the quantity of hot sauce depending on the desired heat level. Stir in some fresh lemon juice to balance the flavors, and mix everything until you achieve a smooth consistency. You can use this spicy mayo as a dipping sauce for your favorite finger foods or add it to salads or sandwiches for an extra kick of flavor!

Ways To Use Spicy Mayo

Spicy mayo is used in a wider variety of recipes. All dishes, whether Italian or American, are completed with mayo. Some of the recipes are as follows:


Sushi is often served with homemade spicy mayo. If you're low-carb, you can make keto sushi or top poke bowls with the sauce.

To make a delicious batch of spicy mayo sushi, you will need the following ingredients and tools:

  • 1 cup spicy mayonnaise
  • 2 tbsp Sriracha hot sauce
  • One bunch of fresh cilantro, chopped finely
  • One package of sushi rice was prepared according to the instructions on the package.
  • Several sheets of nori seaweed, cut into small rectangles or circles to fit your desired layer size for rolls (you can also use thinly sliced avocado in place of nori)

To start:

  1. Mix the Sriracha and mayo in a little bowl and mix well.
  2. Set aside.
  3. Prepare the rice according to your preferred method.
  4. When the rice is ready, spread it across a large cutting board or flat surface in an even layer about 1/4-inch thick.
  5. Top with a sprinkling of cilantro and arrange several rectangles or circles of nori over the top.
  6. Add any additional fillings you would like (chopped vegetables or proteins like fish or chicken are great choices).
  7. Roll the sheet into a cylinder and tightly wrap all filling materials inside. Slice into bite-sized pieces and serve immediately with a side of your spicy mayo for dipping. Enjoy!


Burgers are a classic, crowd-pleasing dish that can easily be spiced up by adding a flavorful mayonnaise sauce. Sriracha mayo tastes great on any delicious meal or even a burger bowl. It is somewhat comparable to burger sauce. Here is a straightforward recipe for a delicious burger with customizable toppings and an easy spicy mayo for extra flavor.


  • 1 pound ground beef or turkey
  • One tablespoon of olive oil
  • Pinch of salt and pepper to taste
  • Buns or lettuce wraps for serving, optional
  • Toppings of choice (e.g., cheese, tomatoes, pickled onions, sautéed mushrooms, etc.)
  • Spicy Mayo: 1/4 cup mayonnaise or vegan mayo (e.g., Vegenaise) 1 tablespoon sriracha sauce one teaspoon freshly squeezed lime juice Pinch each of salt and black pepper, to taste 
  • Optional: hot sauce for extra heat if desired

French Fries

Instead of ketchup, try dipping your fries in hot mayo. Also, try jicama chips, rutabaga potato wedges, or even zucchini fries as healthier alternatives to traditional potato fries.

Jicama Fries

Jicama fries are a type of fry made from jicama, a root vegetable popular in Latin American cuisine. Jicama fries are typically fried or baked and can be served with dipping sauces such as spicy mayo or ketchup.

Rutabaga Fries

Rutabaga fries are a type of fry made from rutabaga. This root vegetable is popular in Scandinavian and Nordic cuisine. Rutabaga fries are typically boiled or baked and can be served with dipping sauces such as spicy mayo or sour cream.

Zucchini Fries

Zucchini fries are a type of fry made from zucchini, a summer squash popular in Italian cuisine. Zucchini fries are typically breaded and fried and can be served with dipping sauces such as marinara sauce or spicy mayo.

Jerk Steak With Corn Slaw

Do you want to try something unique in the kitchen? Then you need to check out our delicious jerk steak recipe with spicy mayo. This dish is exploding with flavor, thanks to a combination of fiery seasonings and a creamy base that perfectly balances the heat.


To start we'll begin by preparing the marinade for our steaks. This consists of a blend of garlic, ginger, chile peppers, allspice, soy sauce, and lime juice. Whisk these ingredients together in a bowl until well combined, then brush them onto your steaks and put them aside to marinate for at least an hour.

Next, we'll prepare the spicy mayo to top our jerk steaks. For this part of the recipe, you'll need some mayonnaise and plenty of freshly-chopped jalapeños. Combine everything in a little bowl until it's nice and creamy, then spoon it over your cooked steaks and enjoy!

Nutrition Facts

The nutrition facts in spicy mayo per 1 tbsp serving are,

  • Calories 83
  • Fat 8.8g
  • Protein 0.1g
  • Total Carbs 0.6g
  • Net Carbs 0.5g
  • Fiber 0.1g
  • Sugar 0.6g

Storage Instructions

Here are a few instructions on storing Spicy Mayo

Storing Within The Warranty Period

On the other hand, storing spicy mayo within its warranty period can also be effective. This alternative is best suited to individuals who buy smaller quantities of the condiment on a more regular basis, as they will have access to any replacements or refunds if anything goes wrong with the product.

Do not eat or use mayo after the expiry date. If you are buying from the market, check before the expiry date.


Storing it at low temperatures, such as in a refrigerator, will help keep it new for more extended periods and stop the growth of dangerous bacteria. This option is ideal for businesses that produce or sell large quantities of spicy mayo since it allows them to store their product in bulk without worrying about spoilage.

Freeze Spicy Mayo

Another way to store spicy mayo is by freezing it. This process is ideal for those who want to store the condiment for an extended time, as it will keep the mayo fresh for up to six months. When freezing, use an airtight container so that the mayo does not become burnt in the freezer.

Final Verdict 

Now that you have learned a little more about Spicy Mayo and its key ingredients, as well as some different ways it can be used, we hope you'll try it in your kitchen. 

If you're searching for a great source of high-quality Spicy Mayo, look no further than Sauces by Jrk! We have a broad combination of sauces and dressings to choose from, all made with the finest ingredients. Visit our site today to learn more and place your order.

                                                                 KYLE PRICE 

Kyle Price, the creative force behind Sauces by Jrk!, brings a unique blend of Jamaican culinary heritage and modern flair to the world of gourmet sauces. Starting his journey in a bustling Miami kitchen, Kyle's passion for authentic Jamaican flavors and commitment to natural, health-focused ingredients quickly set his sauces apart. His mantra, "Health is Wealth, Mon," reflects in every bottle, offering a delicious journey into Jamaican tradition with a contemporary twist.

For more about Kyle and his approach, visit Sauces by Jrk!.