Great for simple sandwiches like roasted chicken, avocado and tomato, or as a dip for steamed artichokes. Also use it as a base for adding garlic, blue cheese or fresh herbs. You can store it in the fridge for 2 to 3 days.
The Accidental Locavore never buys mayonnaise anymore because it's so easy to make, and once you've had homemade mayo, you're spoiled for life. My dad taught me a long time ago how to make mayonnaise, so here is his no-fail recipe.
A cracked pepper balsamic mayonnaise turns an ordinary BLT sandwich into an addictive treat that you'll want to make over and over again. Don't be shy with the vinegar; it's what makes the custom mayonnaise truly great.
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A homemade mayonnaise sauce with an added kick, thanks to the addition of Dijon mustard and freshly chopped dill.
Dollop mayonnaise on top of Gravlax-covered brioche points for a delicious alternative to crostini.
Adapted from “Welcome to Michael’s” by Michael McCarty.
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One of the best and easiest ways to make any potato salad "heart healthy" is to make your own mayonnaise. You get the heart benefits of extra-virgin olive oil and skip the harmful vegetable oils used in most commercial mayonnaise. Using an organic egg in this recipe will also increase the omega-3 content of your food.
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