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Thread: How to make Mayonnaise

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    Thanks for posting this, but I've found it is infinitely easier to use a blender and slowly pour the oil through the hole in the top, or even use a stick blender, blending the ingredients with one hand and slowly pouring in the oil with the other hand.

    What I like about making my own mayo is that I can make it any way I like to suit my own tastes - tangy, peppery, mild, sweet, whatever.

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    yes to the blender method!! and use good olive oil - can't beat the taste.

    Can also make Hollandaise sauce this way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptquilts
    yes to the blender method!! and use good olive oil - can't beat the taste.

    Can also make Hollandaise sauce this way.
    Ditto on the blender hollandaise, but no no no to the olive oil! I can't stand the taste of olive oil. It gags me. I use a very mild, bland vegetable oil for mayo, and season it in other ways if I want to, but not with olive oil. Sorry.

    For hollandaise, only real butter.

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    Thanks for sharing this with us.

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