Home Recipes
Cannabis-infused sriracha mayonnaise

Cannabis-infused sriracha mayonnaise

Rating (4)

Thanks for your feedback!



2 cups (500 ml)

Prep Time

10 minutes

Cook Time

15 min



Table of contents

Creamy mayo meets spicy sriracha in this all-purpose sauce that can be served alongside everything from french fries to sushi and shrimp and kimchi fried quinoa. Use it everywhere you’d use your favorite hot sauce to give your favorite foods a cannabis kick.

Why should I make edibles instead of smoking? 

If you’re looking for the fastest route to get high (or get relief) smoking or vaporizing is the way to go. But if you want to change it up, don’t like smoking, or can’t smoke, edibles are a great consumption option. 

Save your recipe to your inbox

Not only are they discreet and give you a long-lasting high, edibles are fun! Who doesn’t want to infuse their favorite foods with a boost of cannabis goodness? Whipping up an infused sriracha mayo is a quick way to make a delicious edible that you can use practically anywhere. 

Common edible mistakes 

  • Don’t eat too much at once. Unlike smoking which delivers results almost instantly, edibles can take 60 – 90 minutes to kick in, and up to three hours to peak. Because it takes so much longer to feel, it’s important to have the right dose and be patient. If you don’t feel the effects you want, increase your dose next time. 
  • Don’t leave your edibles out. The curious minds of kids and pets may want to know what delicious treats you have stored away- which won’t end well for anyone. Store your edibles in a place where children and pets can’t get to them.
  • Always label your edibles. This mayo keeps well in the fridge, but if it’s not labeled, you may forget it’s infused and use it on a sandwich or during a meal – and get high at a bad time. Clear labeling prevents accident consumption. 

Difference between cannabis oil and cannabis distillate 

Cannabis oil and distillate are similar products, with important differences. Infused cannabis oil is often a homemade product (sometimes also called a tincture), whereas distillate is typically a highly-concentrated blend of the cannabinoid resin from the plant. The primary difference comes from the chemical compounds that make up the product. A cannabis oil usually includes other chemical compounds from the cannabis plant like terpenes and flavonoids. A distillate has a far higher concentration of cannabinoids and significantly less of other compounds like terpenes. 

Additionally, a distillate is also different from an isolate, due to the production process. Distillates are still potentially mixed with some terpenes and other plant oils, while isolates are purified to be over 99% of a single chemical. 

If you don’t have a distillate, you can easily swap it for an infused cannabis oil or other concentrate. The advantage of using distillate is to know exactly how many cannabinoids you’re adding, and deliver a small amount without substantially altering the flavor or texture of the recipe.


Adjust Servings:
  • 1 cup

    mayonnaise (see tips)

  • 1 cup

    sriracha sauce

  • 2 tsp

    fresh lime juice

  • 1 tsp

    cannabis distillate (see tips)

  • 0.25 tsp


  • 125 ml

    mayonnaise (see tips)

  • 125 ml

    sriracha sauce

  • 10 ml

    fresh lime juice

  • 5 ml

    cannabis distillate (see tips)

  • 1 ml



  1. In a blender combine mayonnaise, sriracha, lime juice, cannabis and salt and puree until smooth.
  2. Remove mixture from the blender and use immediately or transfer to an air-tight container and refrigerate for up to two weeks.

Chef Jordan’s tip

Vegan mayonnaise substitutes well in this recipe. Increasing the amount of cannabis distillate can alter the flavor of the sauce, so increasing the potency of your cannabis oil or distillate is your best bet!

The Cannigma is reader-supported. If you buy from one of the links in this article, including via the Amazon associate program, we may earn a commission (at no extra cost to you).

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.