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I just made this mayo and I couldn't believe my tastebuds! The taste and texture are just like the store bought version (similiar to Hellmann's). I am so happy to have found this recipe! The mayo found here in Germany is not like the real stuff back home. This is the closest I will ever get. I used what I had on hand substituting prepared yellow mustard for the mustard powder (I kept the same quantity) and sunflower oil for the vegetable oil. This recipe was quick and easy to make with outstanding results. I had my parents taste test it with the following verdict: my dad and I really liked it and both agreed that it is just like the stuff you buy at the store but my mom on the other hand thought that it had too much lemon. So I would recommend adjusting the lemon flavour to your own taste. Thanks Jillena for this wonderful recipe.:-)
I was thrilled to find this recipe! I wanted a healthier version of mayo but don't care for the healthier store versions. In reading the other reviews I was cautious about the lemon juice so I added 1 tsp at a time. I actually liked the 2tsp. I used stevia(trying to cut out sugar) and canola oil. Next time I plan to try olive oil. When I took it out of the blender(mine's not the best of blenders) the mayo was a bit lumpy. I stirred it a bit with a whisk and it turned out nice and smooth. Best of all it tastes great:) Will certainly make again. Thanks for sharing! Don't waste your time trying to make with olive oil...it'll turn out bitter...trust me!!
Great recipe! I tried making this in my blender; however, the consistency was too clumpy (I have a high-capacity Kitchen Aid blender). I started over and just used my electric hand mixer, and the consistency was exactly like store bought. Thanks so much for sharing!
I just made this and it worked great! I'm alergic to egg yokes and lemons so I was looking for a recipe that did not require yokes. I substituted lime juice for the lemon juice and used Macadamia nut oil. The lime is not as strong as lemon so maybe next time I will use a little bit more....but very happy with the results. I made this in my Kitchen Aid food processor (which I have reviewed on Amazon.com" - it's a terrible food processor - don't buy it! But I was able to make it work by using a piece of scotch tape over the drip hole - I simple put a tiny hole in the scotch take and it worked beautifully and effortlessly! Thank you for this wonderful recipe! I will never buy mayo from the store again (they're all full of soy anyway - another alergy item).
I recently became allergic to egg yolk due to "bird egg syndrome"-- totally weird thing.... anyway! I love mayo and cannot have uncooked egg yolk (not even scrambled egss!)--- I JUST made this. It took about 30 seconds and is absolutely delicious. Takes and looks just like mayonaise. I didn't even use mustard powder. Pumped to put this on a sandwich!
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