Not sure exactly how you might use such a unique condiment if you decide to give it a place in your fridge as Eddie Jackson did? The possibilities are endless.
First of all, if you haven’t had it before, familiarize yourself with the flavor profile of kimchi, as the mayo simply adds a slightly tangy, creamy element without a ton of flavor of its own. Kimchi is a Korean dish that is pickled and fermented, and the result is an intoxicating mixture of sweet, spicy, and sour (via The Spruce Eats).
The complex flavor profile makes it a versatile addition to any dish, and KPOP Foods suggests using it as a dip for dishes such as empanadas and french fries. You can take another hint from Molly Yeh, the star of Food Network’s Girl Meets Farm, who slathers the unique condiment over grilled corn for a simple side (via Food Network).
Or, pair it with dishes that already incorporate Korean flavors. Serious Eats has a mouthwatering recipe for grilled Korean bulgogi burgers with pickled daikon and kimchi mayo that you won’t want to miss.