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Eggless Mayonnaise

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Traditionally, mayonnaise is made using eggs, oil, lemon juice and mustard. If you are allergic to eggs or just don't eat egg, you can still enjoy the rich creaminess without the eggs on your burger, sandwich and potato salad with this eggless variant which uses emulsifying agent-milk in the place of egg. Use almond milk or plain soya milk if you want to go dairy-free.
This is a very basic eggless mayonnaise made with milk, lemon juice, Dijon and olive oil. It tastes like real mayonnaise and has the same texture as mayonnaise. It's made in an immersion blender and keeps well in the refrigerator for up to a week.

  • 100 ml 3.5% Whole milk, cold
  • 1-2 Garlic cloves, minced (or 1/3 tsp Garlic powder)
  • 1 tbsp Freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 1/2 tsp Dijon mustard
  • 200 ml Extra-virgin olive oil (or sunflower oil)
  • 1/2 tsp Sea salt
  • Freshly milled pepper
  1. In an immersion blender jar, add milk along with garlic, lemon juice, and Dijon mustard.
  2. Pulse a few times until frothy. Slowly add in oil while continue pulsing until it's emulsifi ed and thick. Season with salt and pepper. To attain a better consistency, chill for an hour before using.

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Brian 18/7/21 01:11

You'll never catch me saying hold the mayo! That sounds really good.

mjskit 18/7/21 01:45

The other day I wanted some mayonnaise, but didn't have an egg. However, I did have every that your eggless recipe calls for. Well, next time I'll make this mayonnaise. What a great alternative to egg mayo. Love the you use the immersion blender. That's what I use and it makes it so much easier!

J.P. Alexander 18/7/21 03:39

Uy gracias por la receta lo intentare. Te mando un beso

Norma2 18/7/21 03:42

Around here we call it lactonese when we make it with milk. It is also very tasty with avocado or cooked red peppers. There is another using cooked potatoes and carrots. Of course they require a good dressing of oil, vinegar or lemon juice, salt, pepper.
Kisses Angie from Argentina

Martha 18/7/21 03:47

Thanks for sharing this fantastic recipe!

Tom 18/7/21 04:14

...perhaps I will stick with my Hellmanns.

Gloria Baker 18/7/21 04:44

This looks wonderful Angie!! xo

Anca 18/7/21 08:15

I usually make vegan mayonnaise with potatoes or cauliflower as a base. I never heard of mayo with milk, that's interesting. Your post reminded me that I haven't shared my recipes for mayo. :)

Katerina | Once a Foodie 18/7/21 11:13

Oh wow, Angie, this is a cracker of a recipe! I need to try it asap. Hope you've been well!

Margaret D 18/7/21 11:45

Wonderful and tasty by the recipe.

DEZMOND 18/7/21 13:24

I cannot live without mayo but I think I should ditch it LOL I did make mayo with sour cream before and it was lovely but I do not do dairy anymore. I did once see a recipe with mayo made with boiled potato but haven't tried to make it, I should.

Graciela Bacino 18/7/21 18:32

Very good idea!!
Thank you very much for sharing it !!
Good Sunday!!

Bill 18/7/21 19:23

A wonderful recipe, thanks for sharing.

Malindha Erba 18/7/21 21:39

A super interesting proposal, nice

Sherry's Pickings 19/7/21 07:13

wow i didn't know you could make mayo this way. with milk!? how interesting. sounds great.

speedy70 19/7/21 08:46

Grazie per questa ricetta innovativa, la proverò!!!

jai kumar 19/7/21 08:58
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Nancy Chan 19/7/21 09:54

Looks great. Home made ones are the best. Have not tried making mayo, will buy from store.

Rose 19/7/21 11:27

I love mayo in my burgers, and salad. Never make mayo before. My youngest boy is allergic to egg, milk and cheese, so we hardly have it at home.

lea 19/7/21 16:34

Questa ricetta la voglio provare, sarà buonissima. Buona giornata!

Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 19/7/21 19:02

I love this idea I never eat mayo because of eggs they bother me will give this a try thanks so much!

Nadji 19/7/21 20:55

Cette mayonnaise doit être délicieuse.
A tester.
A bientôt

Eva Taylor 20/7/21 13:15

I had no idea there was such a thing. I love this because I’m often leary of using mayo in picnic foods for fear of food poisoning, this is an awesome alternative.

[Reply] 20/7/21 14:48

Interesting! It must be similar to a tasty aioli with the garlic!

Raymund 20/7/21 22:45

I am intrigued on how would this taste

tigerfish 22/7/21 22:24

Wonderful alternative to make mayo! Even if I love eggs, I may just prefer eggless mayo cos it seems easier to make?

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 27/7/21 21:51

This sounds like a delicious mayo alternative. Love the sound of Dijon in this recipe. Can't wait to give it a try!

Noob Cook 1/8/21 09:52

Healthy, wholesome and it sounds just as flavourful.

foodtravelandwine 2/8/21 21:00

I tried this mayonnaise before....I love it!!!......Abrazotes, Marcela


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