Japanese steak house sauce at home…
You’ve likely had deliciously creamy, slightly spicy Yum Yum Sauce at Japanese hibachi steak houses. It works so well with so many things – steak, shrimp, fries, fried rice, and vegetable crudité just to name a few. It’s very tasty and – good news – very simple to make at home.
The spice in Yum Yum Sauce is mild, with a little touch of paprika and an even littler dash of cayenne. Want it spicier? Ramp up the heat by doubling the cayenne to 1/2 teaspoon to start. Add more, then, as needed. Make sure to rest the sauce for at least one hour prior to using to allow the flavors to completely meld. The sauce won’t quite have the right Yum Yum flavor until then.
Homemade Yum Yum Sauce
Add all ingredients into a mixing bowl and whisk until fully combined.
Refrigerate for 1 hour prior to using to allow the flavors to fully meld.