add to shopping list Ingredients
100 g sour cream50 g blue cheese150-200 g Japanese
mayonnaiseA tiny spoonful of grain mustardquarter clove of garlic finely mincedsalt and pepperA tiny spoonful of tonkatsu
It had been close to five years since I'd had blue
cheese dressing because I haven't been able to find it in my area of Japan, so I decided to make some. This version uses
tonkatsu sauce instead of Worscestershire sauce and Japanese mayo instead of
regular mayo. I made the substitution out of necessity and not totally based on
taste, but the result was quite good. Feel free to reverse the sub.
Japanese mayo is made with rice wine vinegar and MSG so it has a slightly
different taste although I've kind of forgotten what non-Japanese mayo tastes
like having been without it for 5 years. Also I used fresh garlic, but perhaps
garlic powder would be better - I ran out. But the resulting taste was a lot
better than the store bought stuff I remember. Hope you like it too!
1. Crumble the blue cheese into small pieces.
2. Add the other ingredients and stir together.
3. Store in the refrigerator overnight for flavors to meld. Add into your
favorite salad, sandwich, or serve with hot wings.
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