Thursday, May 26, 2011

How to make your own egg-free mayonnaise

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Mayonnaise is a condiment that has been around for quite sometime. More than likely a recipe originating in France, it has become a favorite condiment in the United States. In South Carolina, the general favorite of all is Dukes Mayonnaise. For a complete history and purchase of Dukes Mayonnaise, see: Dukes Mayo. You can purchase Dukes Mayonnaise online and see for yourself. For the rest, here is a recipe to make your own without using eggs. The recipe is great for those that have egg related allergies. This recipe can be stored for a week in your refrigerator.

Makes 6 servings


6 tablespoons dijon style mustard
2 tablespoon lemon juice fresh
1 teaspoon lemon peels grated
2 tablespoon water
1 ½ cups safflower oil
4 tablespoons heavy cream
1 teaspoon savory dried, crushed
1 teaspoon basil dried, crushed
2 tablespoon parsley minced fresh
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon lemon pepper seasoning
Few drops of hot pepper sauce

In a blender or food processor blend mustard, lemon juice and rind, and water; beat in 1/2 of oil in a thin stream. Add heavy cream about 1/2 teaspoon at a time alternating with about 1 tablespoon oil. When all oil and cream have been added, add the remainder of ingredients; blend for 10 seconds or more. Taste for additional seasoning.
Note: Can be stored in a covered jar in refrigerator for up to 1 week.
For more recipes see: Recipes from a Southern Kitchen, or The Low Carb Kitchen.

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