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Japanese Shrimp Sauce

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Homemade Yum Yum Sauce: Japanese Steak House white sauce. This IS IT folks. You'll never want to eat fried rice or shrimp without it ever again!

Japanese Shrimp Sauce ... This may not be "the" recipe.. However it tastes JUST like it!! Made it tonight with some chicken fried rice and the boys went crazy!!!!!

  • Lisa @ Extraordinary Life Whitaker

    I have had many popular items on my blog, the drama usually fizzles after 6 months max. I'm just really sick of this particular one. Hate the recipe. Fine. You will have to find the "thousands" who have posted it and "warn" each one.

  • Bel

    Lisa, No-one attacked or hated on you at all. Someone commented they tried it & didn't like it. Not hate towards you. a criticism of the recipe. I commented that just cause it has a few pin doesn't mean every person tried it and is not a reliable source of if something is good. If you feel this is you getting hate mail, then you are in for a big shock if anything on your blog/pinterest gets remotely popular.

  • Lisa @ Extraordinary Life Whitaker

    Seriously guys, this thread is ridiculous. I'm seriously tired of getting hate mail over a recipe I literally posted for my family. If you choose to post it, fine. If you choose to try it, fine. If you like if, great! If not delete the pin. I personally try my pins eventually, delete what I don't like. I can't cause hate mail to the author. It is mayo, tomato, sugar and spices. What is to hate in this mix.

  • Bel

    "443 pins talk louder than you, Deana" Really? cause everyone made the recipe before they pinned it?

  • Brittany Anne

    DeAna McClure thank you!

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Japanese Pink Sauce: Ingredients 1 cup (225 ml) mayonnaise 3 tbsp (45 ml) white sugar 3 tbsp (45 ml) rice vinegar 2 tbsp (30 ml) melted butter 3/4 tsp (4 ml) paprika 1/3 tsp (2 ml) garlic powder Preparation In a small bowl, combine mayonnaise, white sugar, rice vinegar, melted butter, paprika and garlic powder. Mix well, cover and refrigerate.

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This recipe allows you to create the tempura batter in seconds. The sauce is also delicious and super simple to prepare. Even though this recipe calls for shrimp you may also use it for vegetables. Serves 8.

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Japanese Steakhouse Shrimp Sauce. I sort of combined this recipe and the other shrimp sauce recipe and had good results. I left out the peaches (weird) and don't recommend using smoked paprika... It took over the flavor, but that's all we had. Overall it satisfied the Japanese craving though