Reddit Reddit reviews Japanese Kewpie Mayonnaise - 17.64 oz.

We found 20 Reddit comments about Japanese Kewpie Mayonnaise - 17.64 oz.. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Mayonnaise
Condiments & Salad Dressings
Pantry Staples
Grocery & Gourmet Food
Japanese Kewpie Mayonnaise - 17.64 oz.
Delicious Japanese mayonnaiseConvenient easy-to-squeeze tubePerfect for sushi, salads, and vegetablesNet wt: 17.64 Fl. Oz.
Check price on Amazon

20 Reddit comments about Japanese Kewpie Mayonnaise - 17.64 oz.:

u/hovercraft_mechanic · 25 pointsr/AskReddit

Miracle Whip has foreign analogues - there's "salad cream" in the UK, or Kewpie in Japan.

u/theangrybison · 5 pointsr/recipes

Fucking dogs right? Tokyo Beef, the last slice of Pizza? They no know mercy.

Anyhow. Never heard of Tokyo Beef before, but looking at the menu picture and description it seem like it could be a standard-ish version of this recipe: http://www.food.com/recipe/tokyo-style-gyudon-japanese-beef-bowl-470602

Many asian beef recipes use some combination of those ingredients. The thing that seems to make it unique is the shot of Japanese mayo. Which is this: http://www.amazon.com/Japanese-Kewpie-Mayonnaise-17-64-oz/dp/B0000WKU8K

I'd give it a try and see how it tastes and then walk it in over a couple of revisions.

When you combine the sauce with the meat, make sure you reduce the sauce. That really helps to match the flavor for asian beef dishes.

u/redditrandomness · 4 pointsr/keto

I order my groceries through FreshDirect so technically I get 90% of my stuff online :).

That being said...the stuff I get outside of that site are:

  1. Japanese Mayo to make the spicy mayo that you get at sushi restaurants (just mix in Siracha).

  2. Emergen-C Electro Mix for my electrolytes kick.

  3. Erythritol cause....sugar.

  4. Stevia for a different sweetener used in mostly drinks/liquids where it's more difficult to dissolve the Erythritol.

  5. [Liquid Smoke] (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0005Z8NCM/ref=oh_details_o08_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1)

  6. BACON JERKY!

  7. Maple flavor

  8. Awesome awesome peanut butter

  9. Kerrygold unsalted butter. My grocery store doesn't carry it :(

  10. Vitamins from various places...Vitamin D-3, Magnesium, Daily Multi-vitamin, Cod Fish Oil, etc.

    EDIT: Formatting.
u/pepcok · 3 pointsr/BABYMETAL

This lady provides the recipes (Osaka / Hiroshima) and recommends ingredients (such as the sauce) that you can buy over at Amazon (sauce, mayo). Or how to prepare a "substitute" yourself.

u/Terra99 · 3 pointsr/Pizza

Last week I was discussing the idea of having a sushi pizza. I kicked around the idea a little bit and decided I would do a Shaggy Dog inspired pizza. Normal pizza crust with dragon sauce (Kewpie and Rooster sauce) and cream cheese base. I did a very thin coating of sushi rice in the sauce (I'd leave this out next time) and then some green onions and shrimp. I did just enough Mozzarrella cheese to make everything gel together (about 1/3 of the amount I'd normally use). After it came out of the oven, I added slices of avacado, cucmbers and sprinkled with shredded fake crab. I found it tasted best if you let it sit for about 10 minutes.

u/pimlottc · 3 pointsr/Cleveland

Wow, really disappointing that there's no where to get it here, but on the other hand, it's really not that hard to make. It's basically a pancake with tons of stuff in it. The most important part is having the proper sauce, which you can find at any decent asian market. It's helpfully called Okonomi sauce. Otafuku is the most common brand (sometimes it comes in a bag ). For bonus points, you can use Kewpie mayo from Japan, although honestly plain mayo works just fine. It's been a while since I made it, so I don't have a go-to recipe, but you can put just about anything in it, so long as you have a good base and plenty of cabbage. Here's one you could try from one of my favorite food sites. Good luck! And don't skimp on the sauce!

u/Pikachu1989 · 3 pointsr/CFBOffTopic

Gross, Mustard doesn't sound good period. Japanese Mayo or Kewpie Mayo is a little tangier and creamier than the American ones and is well known to be one of the best mayos in the world. I'm not a huge Mayo fan myself but love the taste of Kewpie Mayo.

https://www.amazon.com/Japanese-Kewpie-Mayonnaise-17-64-oz/dp/B0000WKU8K

u/AtlasUnderwater · 2 pointsr/ShittyGifRecipes

none of you have tried Kewpie, and I hope you all change that soon

u/Envoke · 2 pointsr/GifRecipes

Someone else mentioned it in another post here, but the tuna mixture may have been canned tuna, and a Japanese mayo brand called Kewpie. :)

https://www.amazon.com/Japanese-Kewpie-Mayonnaise-17-64-oz/dp/B0000WKU8K

u/Prancemaster · 2 pointsr/philadelphia

Learning is fun

u/Ariel_Etaime · 1 pointr/foodhacks
u/HungryC · 1 pointr/AskCulinary
u/WASSHOI · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Have you tried Kewpie mayo before?
It's a lot creamier and savory than the mayo we eat in the west. If you've ever had "spicy" sushi rolls, this is the stuff they use to make it.

u/DL1943 · 1 pointr/ramen

buy some stuff online and make your own yakisoba!!! it will be better i promise.

if you can find fresh or frozen ramen noodles at an asian market, buy those, otherwise cook your usual instant ramen noodles for about half the time you normally would, do not add the broth packet, and strain the water.

in a pan, heat up some vegetable oil, and saute some ground or diced pork, cabbage, carrots, and onion. once this is almost done, add the cooked ramen noodles and some "yakisoba sauce".

you can buy yakisoba sauce premade, or just mix worcestershire sauce, oyster sauce, ketchup, soy sauce and sugar together, heat to dissolve sugar and whisk together.

cook the noodles, veg and pork with the yakisoba sauce for a minute or two on high till the noodles brown a little bit.

put on a plate and garnish with kewpie mayo and katsuobushi.

here are links to buy what you need;

yakisoba sauce - https://yummybazaar.com/collections/japan/products/yakisoba-sauce-by-otafuku-17-6-oz

katsuobushi - https://www.amazon.com/Katsuobushi-Shaved-Bonito-Flakes-0-88oz/dp/B001CWI4DU

kewpie mayo - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0000WKU8K/ref=s9_acsd_hps_bw_c_x_1_w

those toppings and the sauce should come out to around $25 and should make 20-30 servings, then all you have to do is grab a ramen packet, pork and a bit of veggies and fry dat shit up...and that is how to make a very very simple, but legit japanese yakisoba, not the americanized instant version. will prob taste alot different than "beef taco" flavor. much less spice and much more umami. the yakisoba sauce, katsuobushi, and kewpie mayo all have natural or chemical flavors that trigger the sense of savoriness and meatiness...aka that same indescribable taste that makes it hard to stop eating doritos or hot cheetos or some snack with MSG

u/hikaritenchi · 1 pointr/ffxiv

Apparently they are supposed to look like the Kewpie Mayonnaise mascot. I couldn't find an image, so here's the amazon page:
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0000WKU8K

u/HerbalWine · 1 pointr/IAmA

I'm pretty sure they should have it in Asian specialty stores. If not, it's apparently available on amazon.

u/Weston272 · 1 pointr/ShittyBuildaPC

This is what you need here

u/Janeser6 · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

If you like spicy things; me and a buddy this over the weekend, was amazing 10/10. equal parts Kewpie Mayo and Sambal

0 carbs.