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Keto yum yum sauce that tastes just like the hibachi restaurant! Zero sugar, ultra low carbs, and Paleo approved. Perfect for fried cauliflower rice, burgers, salads, and dipping!

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Keto yum yum sauce that tastes just like the hibachi restaurant! Zero sugar, ultra low carbs, and Paleo approved. Perfect for fried cauliflower rice, burgers, salads, and dipping!

 

Happy Valentine’s Day, loves! Who doesn’t love hibachi steak houses? The one in our town used to be a go-to date night place for my husband and I. But if I’m being totally honest with myself, I only wanted to go for the (not keto) yum yum sauce and fried rice.  Let’s take a moment of silence for that delicious sauce…

Back to reality…

If you’ve never eaten or heard of yum yum sauce, let me fill you in: it is a tangy but slightly sweet mayonnaise based dipping sauce commonly served at Japanese restaurants. 

Keto yum yum sauce that tastes just like the hibachi restaurant! Zero sugar, ultra low carbs, and Paleo approved. Perfect for fried cauliflower rice, burgers, salads, and dipping!

 

It’s a little sweet and a little tangy. You can buy it in just about every major grocery store nowadays too.

The problem is that restaurant style yum yum sauce is FULL of sugar! Dreaded, evil, addicting sugar. No wonder it tastes so dang good! 

I’ve been trying to replicate a keto version of yum yum sauce for months now! I finally #nailedit and just HAVE to share with y’all!

 

Keto yum yum sauce that tastes just like the hibachi restaurant! Zero sugar, ultra low carbs, and Paleo approved. Perfect for fried cauliflower rice, burgers, salads, and dipping!

 

This recipe for keto yum yum sauce is super duper easy.One bowl, one whisk, and just a couple measuring spoons. Simply mix it up, let it sit for a little bit (or don’t if you’re impatient like me), and it’s ready! 

It pairs maginificently with my Cauliflower Fried Rice! I should know, I make it a couple times a month! 🙂

 

Keto yum yum sauce that tastes just like the hibachi restaurant! Zero sugar, ultra low carbs, and Paleo approved. Perfect for fried cauliflower rice, burgers, salads, and dipping!

 

A few tips about this recipe:

  1. My sauce yielded approximately 2 cups of sauce. 1 serving size is 2 tablespoons. 
  2. You may dial up or down the sriracha based on preference. Recalculate macros if you change the amount!
  3. If you use tomato paste instead of ketchup, you may want to add a little extra sweetener. 
  4. Avocado oil mayo is my mayo of choice because it has the cleanest ingredients. It doesn’t have any soybean oil, corn syrup, or hydrogenated oil. However, I’m forever a Duke’s fan and won’t fault you for using that too! 

 

Sugar Free Yum Yum Sauce

Sugar Free Yum Yum Sauce

Yield: 2 cups
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

Keto yum yum sauce that tastes just like the hibachi restaurant! Zero sugar, ultra low carbs, and Paleo approved. Perfect for fried cauliflower rice, burgers, salads, and dipping!

Ingredients

  • 1.5 cups mayonnaise
  • 1/4 cup reduced sugar ketchup or tomato paste (I use Heinz)
  • 1 tablespoon Sriracha
  • 1 tablespoon powdered sweetener
  • 1/2 tablespoon rice vinegar
  • 1/4 teaspoon paprika
  • 1.25 teaspoons garlic powder
  • 2 tablespoons water

Instructions

  1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and whisk until fully incorporated.
  2. Store in airtight container up to two weeks in the refrigerator.

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Nutrition Information:
Yield: 12 Serving Size: 2 tablespoons
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 204 Total Fat: 22g Carbohydrates: 2.8g Fiber: 0g Protein: 0.1g

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20 thoughts on “Sugar Free Yum Yum Sauce”

  • I make my own mayo for quality control recently made “baconayiase” where you sub the reg oil for liquid bacon fat to make the mayo. So I used some of that for this…yummy yummy I adjusted the macros

  • Hi!
    Would this work without the rice vinegar? Any subs for that? I have never tried yum yum sauce but I intend to try this one!

  • Thoughts on using greek yogurt as a sub for mayo? I’m going to try it, just wondering if anyone had theirs m tried that before. I’ve made this tons of times as is, but I don’t use mayo much anymore.

  • So, I have to tell you it’s ridiculously good, haha! I make a new bowl as soon as I run out. Only thing is, I need much more than a serving size on my greens… I have to be careful there!

      • I do have a question though. Everything here in Sweden has labels with nutritionfacts for a 100 grams. Makes it easier to calculate the total amount of carbs. My mayo for instance has 2;8 grams per 100 grams. So I did a calculation based on my products used and got about 26 carbs in total for one bowl. That makes my carb count per serving lower than the macros here. Yet when I look at macros for your mayo it says zero, but I guess if you use a bigger amount the carbs would ”show”. I have no problem to eat 3 servings of yumyum in a sitting, so the carbs matter here (iiih, I need my yum yum… hehe) so I’m just wondering if I’m missing something here in my calculation. Do you think you may be using products that are higher in carbs perhaps? Sorry for my long post.

        • Mayo should be zero grams of carbs. If it isn’t, there is likely sugar or other fillers in your mayo that is not good. Mayo should really just be eggs, oil, and maybe salt. As for the measurements (metric vs US), if you type in Google “grams to ounces”, it’ll give you a formula box for the conversion. 🙂

  • I’m new to keto and have no idea what “powdered sweetener” would be. What do I actually need to buy at the store for this ingredient?

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