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Japanese Style Tartar Sauce Recipe

Japanese food, deep-fried food, tartar sauce, seafood, shredded cabbage

It is like the must-combinations for chicken wings, celery sticks, and blue cheese dip, in Japanese cuisine, a deep-fried seafood dish comes with thinly shredded cabbage, and tartar sauce on a plate.

So what’s the Japanese-style Tartar sauce?

In my opinion, the definition comes from ingredients.

Nop, we don’t add soy sauce or wasabi horseradish to it!

If you’re making the Japanese tartar sauce recipe, mayo must be Japanese mayonnaise.

Another key is the chopped boiled egg.

So make boiled egg first!

Outside of these two must-items, you can add whetever you like for Tartar sauce.

You know it is homemade! Even in Japan, there are countless Tartar sauce recipes and use different ingredients.

I don’t like to be picky about what you can add what you shouldn’t.

However, I implore you to use Japanese mayonnaise, chopped boiled egg, and some kind of pickles.

If you want to make it more Japanese-like, use Japanese pickles such Takuan-the Japanese Daikon radish pickles, Shibazuke.

I used Japanese ginger pickles, yes, it is one you see on Sushi plate, it’s not bad actually if you like ginger pickles.

By the way, Japanese tartar sauce is not so sweet compared with American and British. (these I only have tasted ever.) I will not stop you to add sweetness if liked it, but my Tartar sauce recipe is not sweet either.

Japanese style tartar sauce

Japanese Style Tartar Sauce

Savory Japanese style Tartar sauce, with Japanese Mayo, boiled egg chops, and pickles.
Cuisine Japanese


  • 1/2 cup Japanese Mayo
  • large fully boiled egg
  • 1/2 - 1 tbsp Milk
  • your favorite pickles
  • salt and pepper
  • French Whole Grain Old Fashioned Mustard
  • Pickled jalapenos *optional
  • Japanese ginger pickles *optional
  • chopped onions *optional


  • Soak the chopped onion in water for 10 minutes to get rid of the sharp flavor if you use yellow onion. Drain them and pat them on a kitchen towel and squeeze the excess water out.
  • Dice a fully boiled egg. You can break it up in a bowl with a fork, but personally, I prefer to chop it up on a cutting board. Cut an egg half and take a yolk out. Chop the white.
  • Add rest of all ingredients and mix. The yoke will be broken up naturally.
  • Adjust thickness by adding 1/2 - 1 tbsp milk.
  • Add salt and pepper to taste.
Keyword condiment, Sauce

If you care about its calorie, use yogurt in half amount of Japanese mayonnaise.

Consume this Tartar sauce in two days because it contained fresh milk.

Japanese Worcester Sauce

Japanese people also are addicted to “Worcester Sauce” (not a Worcestershire sauce ) as a condiment for deep-fried foods.

If you imagine the taste like the authentic Worcestershire sauce, you will be impressed by Japanese Worcester Sauce which is sweeter, fruit, and flavorful itself.

You can buy a popular Japanese Worcester sauce online,

also you can make it at home.

home made tonkatsu sauce

Homemade Japanese "Tonkatsu" sauce

The thick savory-sweet brown sauce served with a Japanese pork cutlet.
Cuisine Japanese


  • 1/2 cup Worcestershire sauce
  • 2 tbsp Heinz Ketchup
  • 1 tbsp Soy sauce
  • 1 tbsp Mayonnaise
  • 1 tbsp Sake or red/white wine
  • 2 tbsp Honey
  • 1 tbsp Fruit Jam (any kinds)
  • Sesame seeds (Optional)


  • Mix all ingredients together in a saucepan. Making sure it stays smooth and not clumpy.
  • Stir gently with low heat until the sauce gets smooth and mild flavor.
    *In the beginning, it has a very sour taste from Worcestershire sauce & Ketchup. Cook the sauce for a while, it gets mild.
  • Adjust sweetness if need. Add sesame seeds in the option.
  • Prefer to rest the sauce in a refrigerator overnight.
  • *when a fruit jam is not available, you can use another 1 tbsp of honey instead.
Keyword Sauce

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My mom loves “Ebi Furai”, so I made this for her birthday. With Karaage together.

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