12 Reviews

Good stuff! I used a mix of canola oil and sunflower oil. I think I'll make it next time with some cider vinegar instead, the red wine stuff was a little too strong. I served it with a deli lunch, some on it's own in a bowl for sandwiches and mixed the rest into some coleslaw, made that cabbage sing!

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Mirj September 28, 2002

i have made this before but have used lemon juice in place of the vinegar.I used a blender instead of the food processor.

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marie campillo October 24, 2002

delicious! spaniards eat this with everything and i have just had it every day for a week in the canaries and never got bored it was particularly nice with the fried lambs brain i enjoyed

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Stephen Dunne June 29, 2003

Wonderful! I just made this today for dinner to add zing to my fried fish and it was delicious! I didn't have red wine vinegar so I used cane vinegar instead, and used 4 cloves of garlic and a cup of sunflower oil. I crushed the garlic first with a garlic press and used a blender to combine everything. This will be great as a dip for potato chips too! Thanks a lot!

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heyfaye November 16, 2008

I made it with canola oil but this was very good. I think the red wine vinegar is great. Also I added a little more salt so will make it a big pinch next time. I served on chicken and roasted red pepper panini sandwiches. Yum. Yum. Thanks you.

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Kathy!! January 28, 2008

This tasted SO good. I made a pasta salad with this and it's my partners new fav dish! I just tried to make it again by hand. Don't even try! :S I just couldn't wait until I get my blender back tomorrow!

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Lorty Smith January 21, 2008

WOW!! This was wonderful. Was in the middle of making chicken salad and had no store mayo! Made as directed & only used 1 1/3 cup of canola oil for it to come together. It made the perfect amount. This one is a keeper!

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Janni402 July 30, 2007

This was sooo good, I couldn't keep my spoon/bread out of it! I was a bit frightened, because I have made some very bad experiences with making my own mayonaise, but this went together easily. It was thick, creamy, full of flavour, simply fantastic!!

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Halalmom August 21, 2006

I used 4 cloves of garlic on mine, I didn't mind the strong garlic flavor because I used this mayo for home made potato salad. It was GREAT!! I didn't have sunflower oil so used 1c corn oil and the rest olive oil. I just used enough olive oil for it to come together in the end free hand poured it in.

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H C. April 02, 2006

I can't believe I just made mayo! Yummy and easy.

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Wild Squirrel January 20, 2006
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