4 Reviews

Lars is correct that Kewpie mayo uses only egg yolks and not whole eggs but the vinegar is wrong. Kewpie uses a blend of apple cider and malt vinegar. The proportions are secret so you'll have to experiment until you get it right.

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animekenji July 05, 2013

Great taste, and so easy! I'm looking forward to trying this with steamed artichoke.

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Spoon&Ink June 05, 2013

This was excellent, but you must run your food processor at full speed! I had to empty my processor, whip up another egg (with 1/4 tsp dry mustard) and then re-add the first attempt. It turned out perfectly the second time! I mixed a small portion with Sriracha to make dynamite sauce for sushi. Thank you!

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lauren54321 October 28, 2011

Hint: Kewpie uses only egg yolk and not whole eggs. Also, msg (if you're not sensitive) will give you a more authentic taste. MSG gives foods an umami taste (the fifth taste... sweet, sour, bitter, salty, and umami). The rice vinegar is spot on...

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Lars In Portland May 10, 2011
Kewpie Mayonnaise