aioli, basil mayo, clean eating, dairy-free, easy recipe, Eggs, gluten free, Grain Free, light tasting olive oil, mayonnaise, mustard mayo, Primal, sauce
They say a picture says a thousand words, but some things just end up looking like what they are and really don’t add too much art, life or the universe. Trying to make a pot of Homemade Mayo look anything other than a pot of whitish sauce really doesn’t work. My case in point is my Hollandaise Sauce. See a small bowl of yellow sauce.
So don’t blame me for this but here you go, a jar of white mayo – tastes delish though!
1 cup light tasting olive oil – or any very light flavored oil of your choice Variations This recipe can be very easily doubled and as long as you are careful incorporating the oil you will be fine.
Easy As Homemade Mayonnaise
1 egg – free range
1 tbsp apple cider vinegar or lemon juice
¼ tsp salt
Mustard Mayo – add one heaped tbsp of your favourite mustard.
Aioli – add a small clove of crushed garlic
Basil Mayo – add 2 tbsps of finely chopped fresh basil
1 cup light tasting olive oil – or any very light flavored oil of your choice
This recipe can be very easily doubled and as long as you are careful incorporating the oil you will be fine.
I use this mayonnaise for a number of salad recipes, aioli and for dips – I’d love to hear how you use it!
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Great, thanks Mike! And I can highly recommend adding freshly chopped basil to the mayo if you use it for your Cauliflower BLT!
Mike @TheIronYou said:
Awesome Wendy! I’m definitely going to use your recipe from now on. 🙂
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