Sriracha Mayo with notes of honey and garlic is an easy and delicious way to dress up any sandwich!
Sriracha mayo is my favorite fry dip. The perfect condiment – creamy, spicy, and a touch of sweet, it goes great on sandwiches, steaks, and as a dip for anything!
Sriracha Mayo Ingredients
Mayonnaise – I prefer a full fat mayo, but use whatever works with your diet.
Garlic salt – We are partial to Lawry’s garlic salt.
Sriracha – Rooster bottle all the way!
Honey – Again, use what you like or have on hand. We like to collect honey from all over the country when we travel!
How Do You Make Sriracha Mayonnaise?
First, whisk together sriracha, mayonnaise, garlic salt and honey.
Then, dip into and drizzle on absolutely everything!
How Do You Store Sriracha Mayo?
Sriracha mayonnaise should be stored in a sealed container in the refrigerator. Make sure if you use it at a barbecue or party that it doesn’t sit out for more than two hours.
According to the USDA food that sits out longer than two hours enters the “danger zone” and can begin to grow harmful bacteria.
How Long Is Sriracha Mayo Good For?
Sriracha mayo is good until the ingredient with the earliest use-by date has passed. Make sure to mark your bottle or container, so you will know exactly how long it is safe to eat. Typically the mayonnaise will have the earliest date.
Tips and Tricks
Make sure to use a hand whisk or fork to whisk the dip together, and not an electric mixer as you run the risk of breaking the mayo emulsion if you use an electric blender.
Play with the flavors – if you like a lot of spice, try more sriracha, or if you like more sweet, add extra honey!
More Dips and Sauces
Tools we love
- Cuisinart knife block – These are the knives we got for our wedding in 2003 (go ahead, count on your fingers). We still use them every single day. And they’re still great! Also, they’re a really classic looking knife, which I really like!
- Double wall insulated wine glasses – Okay, this one’s not really a gadget so much as something I find really useful in a hot kitchen. I can pour my cold wine or beer into one of these cute glasses and forget I did for hours. When I finally wander back, it’s still cold and ready for me. I’ve even sat it next to my flaming hot grill while I make burgers, and it doesn’t turn into warm beer soup!
- Calphalon everyday pan – This is a 12″ two handled pan that you will use pretty much every day. Which, of course is why it’s called an everyday pan. I have this one and the Le Creuset version. I use a whole lot of pots and pans in my line of work (apologies to my husband, the dishwasher!) and these are by far my most frequently used pans.
How to Make Sriracha Mayo
- 1 cup mayonnaise
- 1 teaspoon garlic salt
- 2 teaspoons sriracha
- 1 tablespoon honey
- Whisk ingredients together and drizzle on evvvvvverything.
Love sriracha? Try our Honey Sriracha Chicken too!