If you’ve ever wanted to try Japanese mayonnaise, perhaps now’s the time!
I use Kewpie Mayonnaise pretty exclusively when it comes to Japanese food.
Japanese mayonnaise has a different flavor profile and texture than American mayonnaise.
In the simplest of terms, I’d say it’s much more creamy and delicate than American mayo, in my opinion.
If you’ve had it how would you describe it?
It goes well with all the things you normally would use mayonnaise for.
For example, sandwiches, dressings, burgers, hot dogs etc.
However, one thing I think it’s particularly good for is – Japanese food.
Some of the Japanese dishes I often use it for include – Japanese style dressings, karaage (deep fried chicken), fish, Japanese pasta salads, Japanese potato salads, pasta, and more!
If you aren’t sold yet, test your luck in my giveaway!
You’ll also get some of their Sesame dressing which can be used for vegetables, salads, meats and other things too!
Kewpie Mayonnaise and Sesame Dressing Giveaway
I’m partnering with Kewpie Mayonnaise to give away 5 Mayonnaise and Sesame prize packs (2 bottles of mayo and 2 bottles of dressing) to 5 lucky winners.
Enter starting today Monday November 12, 12pm PST through Friday November 16, at 12 PM PST.
5 winners will be chosen at the end of the week.
Meanwhile, if you’re curious about Japanese mayonnaise… here are some of the recipes I’ve made using it!
- How to Make Okonomiyaki Hiroshima style
- Japanese Style Potato Salad with Ham
- Creamy Mentaiko Pasta with Fresh Spaghetti
- Omusubi (Japanese rice balls) with tuna, salted salmon, and umeboshi
- Japanese Radish Salad with Tuna and Radish Sprouts
- Japanese Style Macaroni Salad with Tuna
- Japanese Style Macaroni Salad with Bacon, Cucumber, and Red Onion
Have you used Kewpie mayonnaise before?
If so, what’d you make with it?
If not, what’s stopping you?!
Let me know in the comments below!