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I haven't made homemade mayo in a long time and I couldn't find my recipe. I search quite a few recipes and decided to try this one. I guess that recipe I lost can stay lost, using this one from now on!! All I did was cut the salt in half, perfect!
This has worked every time for me except the one time I forgot what I was doing and added everything to the blender at once. I've never made with white vinegar only unpasteurized apple cider and I use already prepared brown deli mustard I need to pick up both at the market. I don't like mayo but maybe its a in my brain thing because this is pretty tasty.
Wow.....Who knew!!!! I ran out of mayo and needed some to finish the amount called for in the recipe I was making so decided to hit food.com to see how hard it was to make my own rather than pack up and go to the store. It was totally simple and tastes just like store bought only a better texture. Thank you sooooooooooo much for sharing this one. I'll never buy mayo again!!!! You just saved me a trip to the store (probably more in gas than what a jar of mayo would cost) and it's totally fresh. Love this recipe and definitely will be making this over and over again :)
I made a triple recipe and it worked and tasted perfectly! FYI, I didn't add the paprika because I was making the mayo for a recipe, but next time for just regular mayo I think I might try using the variation idea at the bottom of the recipe. Thanks for posting a great recipe!
This was easy to make and tasted good too. I made it jsut as written, but might try with some lemon juice next time.
Perfect! I used 1/2 EVOO and 1/2 grapeseed oil. The mayo was definitely more nutty/olivey than the grocery store brand, but we loved it. This is now my go-to mayo recipe. Thanks for sharing!
Followed the recipe exactly, and it came out great! This was my first try making homemade mayonnaise, and I couldn't have been more pleased. I used it in http://www.food.com/recipe/big-johns-killer-caesar-salad-dressing-26431, which tastes fantastic! Thanks!