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Yum yum sauce

Yum Yum Sauce is a beloved dip by all who taste it. Whether you call it by a different name such as Seafood Sauce, Japanese Vegetable Sauce, or simply the pinkish-white sauce, it is a tasty dip that completes many meals. Most restaurants that serve it have a variation of their own that they use in the recipe. The base of this sauce is always mayonnaise, but the ingredients and their amounts that vary are the ketchup and tomato paste. No matter which one they use, the result is still the same yummy sauce. But you don’t need to go to a restaurant in order to get this sauce because you can make it for yourself and others to enjoy at home. Here’s our recipe for homemade Yum Yum Sauce, along with tips on what else to put this sauce on other than fried rice.

Ingredients and Equipment

Here’s what you’ll need for the Yum Yum Sauce. You’ll need mayonnaise, tomato paste or ketchup, butter, garlic powder, onion powder, smoked paprika, water, and sugar. If you’d like a spicier sauce, you can also include dried red pepper flakes and hot sauce cayenne, but those are completely optional.

For equipment, you’ll need an airtight container to store the sauce in, and a small food processor or a medium-sized bowl to fully mix all ingredients together.


The steps for this recipe are super simple and easy. All you have to do is mix all ingredients together either by hand in a medium-sized bowl or with a small food processer. Once fully combined, pour the sauce into an airtight container and let it sit overnight for the best taste. That’s all you have to do.

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What Else You Can Use It On

Other than fried rice, Yum Yum Sauce pairs well with vegetables, shrimp stir fry, hush puppies, and even as a salad dressing. Freshen up all of your recipes with Yum Yum Sauce this month!

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