4 Minute Mayonnaise + 4 Flavours
Have you ever looked at the long list of ingredients in a jar of store bought mayonnaise? When I realized that homemade mayonnaise is incredibly simple to make and requires just 4 ingredients, I swore to never buy it premade again.
I get it, homemade mayonnaise sounds pretty Martha Stewart-esque, but I promise that it couldn’t be easier, or faster, to make. All you need is an immersion blender, a tall container or mason jar and 5 basic ingredients.
I love using this mayonnaise recipe as a base for different sauces. I have included 4 flavour variations that can be used to spice up almost any meal.
Chipotle Lime Sauce is a great salad dressing for a Mexican Salad, it can be drizzled over tacos or stirred into shredded chicken to make a spicy chicken salad. The Tartar Sauce is my go to sauce to serve alongside fish or as a condiment on shrimp burgers.The Creamy Asian Sauce is perfect for drizzling over asian lettuce cups, or as a dipping sauce for mango & chicken rolls. The Paprika & Chive Sauce has a wonderufl kick of spiciness to it, which makes it perfect for serving with Chicken Nuggets or as a side with tuna cakes.
The mayonnaise will last for 5-7 days in the fridge and is a great staple to have on hand to add to sauces, dressings, dips or condiments. Once you realize just how easy it is to make you will never want to buy store bought again!
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- 1 egg at room temperature
- 1 cup light olive oil
- 1 tbsp lemon juice
- 1 tsp mustard
- 1/4 tsp salt
- Place all of the ingredients in a mason jar or tall and narrow container and leave them to settle for a few seconds.
- Place the immersion blender in so that it touches the very bottom of the container.
- Turn the immersion blender on and very very slowly raise it up, it should take 30-40 seconds for the mixture to emulsify.