Garlic Onion Mayo Mayonnaise

"I love to spice up a sandwich, grilled or otherwise, with a tasty mayo. It uses store bought mayo and only takes a moment to make. Give it a few minutes for the flavors to meld."
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Ready In:
1/3 cup




  • Mix mayonnaise, garlic, green onion and fresh ground pepper together.
  • Let rest for a few minutes.
  • Refrigerate whatever you don't use right away.

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  1. 2Bleu
    Really nice spread mix here. It really does need to set for at least and hour or two to allow the flavors to blend. Which they do, and very nicely. I served it as a sandwich spread for roast beef sandwiches. Next time, we may add a little horseradish for kicks, lol. Thanks for sharing. Made for PRMR.
  2. Boomette
    Great flavors. I let the flavors blend for 24 hours. Tonight it was yummy with french fries. Thanks Margie :) Made for New Kids on the Block tag game
  3. mama smurf
    Made this today for our sandwich...yummy. Such an easy recipe and sooooo delicious. Made as directed. Thank you. Made for New Kids on the Block Tag game.
  4. Catnip46
    I had this on my ham sandwich. Very good, gives a plain old sandwich another dimension. First time I used a garlic clove and chopped onions. Didn't know how long you could keep this in the frig. so next time I made it using garlic powder and onion powder. Still very good and wasn't as worried about keeping it for some time.
  5. VeggieCook98
    Really good :) I cant wait to try it on french fries! :D Made for PRMR.


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