Japanese Mayo Premium PD Recipe
Commonly sold in travel sized bottles and frequently carried in hand as often as a cell phone in Japan. The most popular brands of this rich and slightly sweet condiment are enhanced with monosodium glutamate, a flavor enhancer that makes everything taste better. In Japan it is used to top cooked vegetables, but can be used layered on sandwiches, burgers or tossed into salads. In North America it is served with sushi rolls and spiced with sriracha or rooster sauce. This low-cal, vegan, oil-free, egg-free and MSG-free version of Japanese mayo is creamy and spicy, making just about everything you squeeze it on a lot more exciting.