Thursday, November 24, 2011

Eggless mayonnaise



If you are one of those who love this thick tangy sauce like I do then this recipe is for you. This versatile salad can either be had as a dip of as a spread on sandwiches and bread. I know that one can pick up a bottle of mayonnaise from the corner shop easily. But then, for me finding an egg free mayonnaise in my part of the world is next to impossible. After searching for the egg free mayonnaise in every store, I just decided to make this sauce at home. This recipe apart from being egg free, is also free of additives and preservatives.


I found this recipe in an old recipe book and it worked well for me. The recipe was simple, easy and quick. At first I was a little apprehensive. I thought the quantity of vinegar was too much and it would taste too tangy. However, I found that the flavours were balanced well and it tasted just right. Do give this recipe a try. I am sure you would like this as well.


Eggless mayonnaise recipe:
Preparatione time: 10 min
Cooking time: nil
Makes- about- 2 cups

Ingredients:

Water- 1/3 cup
Milk powder- 1 cup
Pepper- 1/2 tsp, ground
Good quality light vinegar- 2tbsp
Sugar- 1tsp
Mustard- 1/4 tsp, ground
Lime juice- 2tsp
Vegetable or canola oil- 3/4 cup


Method:
  • Mix all the ingredients except milk powder and oil in a blender and blend for 5min
  • Gradually add the milk powder and blend again.
  • Lastly add the oil and blend for 2-3 mins more.
  • Store in air tight container and refrigerate. It keeps fresh for 10 days under refregeration.
The photograph of the whisk with mayonnaise goes to Susan's Black and white wednesday event.



24 comments :

  1. I have been looking for a egg less mayo recipe for long...Your version looks perfect...Thnx for sharing...

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  2. Thank u so much for sharing...would love to try this......perfect entry to B&W.....

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  3. Homemade mayonnaise sounds and looks yummy

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  4. I have been looking for this !!! Beautiful pic!
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    Kavi | Edible Entertainment

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  5. nice n creamy texture u got for mayonnise...perfect for sandwiches

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  6. Beautiful click of the whisk (now that rhymes!). I have tried this and all I have gotten was oblong, out of shape, 'can't explain what it is' kind of pictures :)).

    Mayo recipe also sounds good, first time I am hearing about adding milk powder. Bookmarked!

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  7. Thats such nice recipe for the mayyonise..thanks for sharing

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  8. Wow cant believe its eggless, super creamy mayonnaise,cant wait to give a try.

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  9. I loved your version of eggless mayo!!! Im bookmarking this & giving it a try soon ;)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  10. wow...this is awesome..great recipe for non-egg eaters..

    Delcious..

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  11. Really cant believe this is eggless....thanks for sharing...awesome clicks.

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  12. That's superb! Eggless mayo. Will try it soon.

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  13. Nice recipe. This one is for keeps

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  14. I can not stand regular mayonnaise with the amount of raw eggs in it so this recipe seems perfect for me :)
    Love the picture with the whisk..
    USMasala

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  15. Such a cool recipe and I love the pics...beautifully shot..

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  16. Beautiful clicks, lovely recipe...would love to try this:)

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  17. wow...sounds very tempting n healthy dip..;)
    Tasty Appetite

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  18. Mayonnaise is something I've always wanted to try. Never even know you could do it without eggs. Good for you for making your own. It sounds and looks yummy!

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  19. I love making my own mayo but have never made eggless - great vegan recipe!

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  20. I usually don't like mayo - mostly because of the eggs in it. Somehow the consistency is off for me! So what a brilliant solution! I love this recipe...thank you for sharing.

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  21. I used soy milk powder and added salt and more of vinegar. Tastes yummy!

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  22. Thanks. Man since long I was. Looking. For. Eggless. I think some. Salt. Must be added it will help for better..shelf life plan suggest.

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