By Petroushka on January 28, 2007
Photo by lauralie41
Photo by lauralie41
"Everyone we know loves this easy-to-make mayonnaise and asks us for the recipe. Now it is here for them. Use the very best eggs you can buy. This is the first recipe I have posted. I hope you like it and use it as much as we do. By the way, the 32 servings are tablespoons."
Serving Size: 1 (19 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 32
"This really is very good. Most of the mayo recipes I'd tried didn't have a good "bite" but this is just sharp enough with a clean flavor. Very easy to make in a quart jar with a stick blender. I did not find it too salty at all ( be sure to use level teaspoon measures ;-) )."
"This is a very good recipe. It makes quite a bit. I used grapeseed oil and apple cider vinegar. It came out beautifully and tasty. Only 1 tsp of real salt. Next time I may use half vinegar and half lemon juice. Don't use evoo it tastes bitter. Have fun playing with this one. Perhaps some fresh cracked black pepper! Enjoy GMO free!"
"I was a little worried at first when I tasted the mayo because it seemed to salty. Put it in the fridge to set for awhile and used it to top Crafty Lady 13's recipe #316313 and the mayo was great. I did use my blender but next time I would use the food processer as the mayo had trouble blending at the top. Didnt find free range eggs so I used Eggland's Best and the 2 cups of vegetable oil. So much better and fresher tasting than store bought mayo. Made and reviewed for Recipe Swap #19."
"Was looking for a good mayonnaise. And I have the freshest free range eggs available. .most times they are still warm, I have chooks. ( chickens for those in the USA) Cant wait to make more"
"WOW! Just made it and it was so easy and so delicious. I am shocked at how easy it was in my nutribullet. I will be doing homemade from now on!"
"I made this recipe to the letter! Other than it being too salty, it turned out really well. It had good consistency and overall flavor. I will make this again but next time I will use 1 tsp. salt instead of 2. We raise chickens, so we always have fresh eggs! ;)<br/><br/>Thank you for uploading this recipe!!!!"
"I thought I had some mayo in the fridge but it turned out to be Miracle Whip and I wanted to make this: [url=www.food.com/recipe/chunky-blue-cheese-salad-dressing-55514]Chunk Blue Cheese Dressing[/url] so I halved this recipe and used it. It turned out great! I did leave the blunder running for a bit longer after I had finished pouring in the oil to fully incorporate it. I used EVOO since that's about the only oil we ever use around here and it came out fine.<br/><br/>I occasionally make another Mayo aka Beauty Mayo that has a lot of Apple Cider Vinegar in it which is too vinegary for his tastes and I didn't think it would work as well for the salad dressing."
"WE love this. As for the fresh eggs, I go outside to the chicken coop and get an egg or too. I like the half vinegar and lemon juice version better. I also use salt substuite because of my hubbies diet. <br/><br/><br/>if this repeats sorry."
"Great recipe, I used only half a teaspoon of mustard and i used 1 cup of olive oil and one cup of sunflower oil. I put the oil in 2 pop top drink bottles and this made a very consistent stream when pouring the oil, the mayonaise came out much thicker this way and it also thickens up more in the fridge. I also clean the eggs with abit of vinegar before cracking them to kill any harmful bacteria, as the dangerous bacterias that are a risk when using raw eggs are actually preesnt on the shell not inside the egg."
"This was an easy recipe to follow and make. Since I do not use salt I cut the salt by 1/4tsp and next time will only put in 1tsp instead. This is a very good fresh tasting mayonnaise and will be making this instead of buying it. I would recommend this recipe to anyone to make it is very good.
"Absolutely amazing! Very easy and makes everything taste better. I have tried a couple of different oils and am really pleased with the grapeseed oil. Nice, mild flavor. I agree with others...this can be done in the blender but works better with processor. Perfect to dip fries in!"
"This was really good I made this with my magic bullet. I didn't add all the oil and vinegar at once but it came out just fine. I didn't measure the salt I just grind some in. It came out perfect. I don't think I will be buying mayo anymore."
"I thought this was perfectly seasoned. Very easy to make and very good"
"OMG! After trying another very finicky recipe (which was a disaster) Eureka! I will never buy mayonnaise again. I made a half batch and used 1/2 tsp salt after reading previous reviews. Thank you so much for sharing this gem of a recipe!"
"very easy to make, and much tastier than store bought. Wonderful!!"
"A very good big batch recipe for mayonnaise. I don't think my eggs were free-range eggs but they worked just fine. I used just about all of the 2 cups of vegetable oil called for. The mayonnaise was a great, smooth consistency. I'll use this recipe again."
"Easy and flavourful but just a tad too salty. Next time I'll use 11/2 tsp salt."
"Tagging this recipe in the *Best of 2008* game was timely for me. DH & I had just *discussed* his habit of buying a sml amt of mayo & then asking me to make a big batch of tuna salad w/no mayo on-hand. I used my *Magic Bullet* & the recipe is all my fave things - an easy quick-fix, ingredient-friendly, tasty & easily doubled or halved. Food costs vary a lot here, but I will compare this for the future. Thx for sharing this recipe w/us. :-)"
"This is going to save me HEAPS of money. I'll never buy store-bought mayonnaise again. Thanks for posting. I used it to make Petroushka's Recipe#210251. Perfect fit!"
"This really is the best-ever mayonnaise, and it is so quick to make. Don't change a thing. You can use this recipe for all your mayonnaise needs."