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20 November, 2015

Homemade Mayo

Posted in : Sauces & Condiments on by : cjremmers

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http://pecancrete.com/90793-fliban-price-in-india.html serve So easy to make.  I love my emulsion blender.  I have made mayo by blender or by good ole whisking, but it is usually hit or miss for me.  Lately I have been using my emulsion blender and it has been pretty consistent in making smooth creamy mayo in just minutes.  You can double this recipe but I prefer making just a cups worth because I don’t use as much during the week and it really doesn’t last more than a week in the fridge and if I need more well I pull out my handy dandy emulsion blender.

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In a dry glass bowl, add all the ingredients except for the oil.  With your emulsion blender begin blending your ingredients and begin to slowly drizzle in the oil.  Once you see that everything has come together and start to look like mayo it means that the ingredients are emulsified and stable so now you can add the oil a little faster at a time.  I find I always need to add a little more salt to taste, you be the judge.  Pour the mayo in an airtight container and refrigerate.

Note:  I have used olive oil and it didn’t taste very good actually it was strong bitter flavor.  I have learned that it is best to combine olive oil to your canola or any other non flavored oil, if you want that “healthier” component.

To me simple is best so then you can add a small smashed (paste like) garlic clove, avocado, cayenne pepper, lemon or lime juice, chipotle pepper or powder, change yellow mustard to dijon or whatever will compliment your food as you can see the sky’s the limit.

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