I liked the soy sauce flavor to it. I usually just put in lemon juice, vinegar, and mustard, and it usually seems like it needs something. I did however omit the parsley, and added about a tsp of lemon juice.
WOW! Watching the salt intake, I omitted the soy sauce and salt. I used my own homemade wine mustard (recipe on Zaar)and added just a dash of paprika. I also drained the silken tofu before making the mayo and used only one Tbsp of vinegar. Yes, it's a little thin, but so what!! Will make again and again! Thank you so much for posting!
This was really not bad considering that it is completely non dairy. It does taste healthier, which makes it a matter of preference whether one likes it or not. I'll experiment with this more from now on, however. Thanks for sharing!
I agree with another reviewer that this is more like a dip than mayo since its so thin. Prehaps next time I should use firm tofu rather than the silken variety. I put it in my tuna salad and I thought it was a good healthy substitute for real mayo.
As a mayo I was not too sure of it. I added a little sweetener to it and increased the mustard and it is now a great dip for my veggies. It is free for weight watchers points so that works well. Would I make it again... probably.
This is wonderful. I'm a vegetarian, and also doing Weight Watcher's core plan, and making it for a tempeh salad, my version of chicken salad. Thanks for something I can eat and not feel guilty for it!
Awesome, awesome, awesome!!! I made this today to use in potato salad. Incredible! No one could ever know that it isn't mayo. My daughter and I haven't eaten potato salad in years because we're always watching our fat intake. Now we can enjoy potato and macaroni salad whenever we want to. Thank you so much!