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HOW TO MAKE
MAYONNAISE




Mayonnaise is simply an emulsion of oil and egg yolks, with a little
acidity and salt added to brighten the flavors. Here's the basic recipe:



Homemade Mayonnaise

Time: 5 minutes

Makes: 1 cup



Ingredients

2 large eggs, at room temperature

2 teaspoons fresh squeezed lemon juice (or vinegar)

1 cup of neutral flavoured oil (like light olive oil,
grapeseed oil, walnut or sweet almond oil)

A pinch of good quality fine grain sea salt



Tips for Successfully Making Mayo

Use room temperature eggs. Cold eggs will often result in mayonnaise
that does not thicken.

Always add the lemon juice first. Lemon juice helps breakdown the
protein in the egg yolks so they emulsify better.

Start with a VERY slow stream of oil. A few drops at a time is best
until you notice the mayonnaise starting to thicken. Once it has
started to thicken you can pour the oil in a little quicker.

Season the mayonnaise with good quality sea salt and add only a tiny
pinch at a time. Mayonnaise can become too salty very easily.

Only use fresh squeezed lemon juice. Bottled lemon juice will give
your mayonnaise a funny flavour.

Use good-quality, free-range eggs -- because this condiment is made
with raw eggs.



Directions

1) Gather all your ingredients together. Iíve found that a sturdy whisk
works best and a bowl with high sides will help prevent splashes.

2) Separate the eggs. Save the egg whites for another purpose (like meringue)
and place the egg yolks in a small bowl with high sides.

3) Pour the fresh lemon juice into the bowl with the egg yolks and whisk them
well. Egg yolks contain a natural emulsifier, lecithin, which helps thicken
sauces and bind ingredients.

4) Slowly, a few drops at a time, pour the oil into the bowl while whisking
constantly. Once the mayonnaise has started to thicken, pour the oil in a slow
and steady stream. If the oil starts to build up at all, stop pouring and whisk
the mayonnaise briskly until the oil has incorporated.

5) If the mayonnaise starts looking too thick, add enough water to thin it to
the consistency you like. Add about a teaspoon of water at a time.

6) Once all the oil has been mixed in, the mayonnaise should be thick and fluffy,
with your whisk forming ribbons through the mixture. Season it carefully with fine
grain sea salt. Add a small splash of water if you would like a thinner mayonnaise.

Store your homemade mayonnaise in the fridge in a covered container for 3 days.



How To Make Mayonnaise
http://dish.allrecipes.com/making-mayonnaise/



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HOW TO
BAKE WITH
MAYONNAISE




Mayonnaise is a surprising yet not-so-secret ingredient that makes
cakes moist and fluffy.

It's equally good for creating crispy-yet-chewy chocolate cookies
and savory breaded chicken strips, thanks to its eggs and oil content.
Mayonnaise also works in place of eggs in many baking recipes, helping
the finished product maintain moisture, texture and flavor.



Add Mayo for Moist Cakes

Mayonnaise may seem like a strange ingredient to add to a cake, but it
works on many levels. At its most basic, mayo is a whipped blend of egg
yolks, a vegetable oil, and vinegar or lemon juice. The oil in the
mayonnaise makes a cake more tender and moist, while the vinegar helps
enhance flavors, especially for a chocolate cake. Make your next chocolate
cake extra moist by adding 1 cup mayonnaise to the batter and omitting any
oil required. If you aren't so sure about swapping out the oil, work from
a recipe that already calls for mayonnaise as a main ingredient.



Make Mayo Chocolate-Chip Cookies

You can also use mayo as a secret ingredient for chocolate chip cookies.
The oils and eggs in the mayonnaise help the cookies crisp up nicely on
the edges while staying tender inside. The saltiness of the mayo also
pairs well with the chocolate in the cookies. To incorporate mayonnaise
into a chocolate-chip cookie recipe, use 2 heaping tablespoons of
mayonnaise for every egg called for in the recipe.



Use Mayo for Baked Breaded Chicken Strips

Baking breaded chicken strips is a healthier alternative to frying them.
Make the recipe even more tasty by using a mayonnaise and Dijon mustard
blend before dipping the strips into the breadcrumbs. Mix 1/3 cup each
mayo and Dijon mustard in a bowl, along with several sliced or minced
garlic cloves. Season rinsed and dried raw chicken breast strips with a
little salt and pepper; dip them in the mayo-Dijon mixture, then into in
a bowl of breadcrumbs. Bake on a foil-lined cookie sheet at 450F for 15
minutes or until the chicken is cooked through and no longer pink inside.



Cake-Mix Creations

Mayonnaise also comes in handy when you're baking a cake from a box mix.
Instead of adding oil and eggs in a cake-mix recipe that calls for them,
use mayonnaise in place of both. Replace the oil with the exact same
amount of mayonnaise and skip the eggs altogether. If the cake batter
seems too dry, add a few drops of water at a time, stirring until the
batter reaches the desired consistency.



Use Mayo as a General Egg Substitute

Mayonnaise can be used as a substitute for eggs in just about any baking
recipe. Since mayonnaise already contains eggs, it's not a far stretch to
consider it as a substitution. To use mayo instead of eggs when baking,
swap 2 to 3 tablespoons mayonnaise for each egg called for in the original
recipe.



How to Bake With Mayonnaise
https://oureverydaylife.com/bake-mayonnaise-21615.html



How to Replace Eggs With Mayonnaise
https://oureverydaylife.com/how-to-replace-eggs-with-mayonnaise-12576695.html




How to Bake Cupcakes With Mayo Instead of Eggs & Oil
https://oureverydaylife.com/bake-cupcakes-mayo-instead-eggs-oil-32986.html




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LINKS




Can I Use Mayo Instead of Eggs to Make a Cake?
https://www.livestrong.com/article/538203-can-i-use-mayo-instead-of-eggs-to-make-a-cake/

Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake
https://www.hellmanns.com/us/en/recipes/chocolate-mayonnaise-cake.html

Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake
https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/chocolate-mayonnaise-cake-358241

Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake
https://www.thatskinnychickcanbake.com/chocolate-mayonnaise-cake/
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Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake
https://www.spendwithpennies.com/chocolate-mayonnaise-cake/

Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake Recipe
https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/chocolate-mayonnaise-cake

Easy Mix and Bake Double Chocolate Mayonnaise Muffin Cakes
http://www.bakeforhappykids.com/2016/02/easy-mix-and-bake-double-chocolate.html

Frosted Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake Recipe
https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/frosted-chocolate-mayonnaise-cake

Got Mayo? Bake a Cake!
http://www.acakebakesinbrooklyn.com/2012/02/got-mayo-bake-cake.html

How to Bake With Mayonnaise
https://www.leaf.tv/articles/how-to-bake-with-mayonnaise/

Mayonnaise Cake
https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/7423/mayonnaise-cake-i/

Mayonnaise Cake Mix Cookies
http://www.cooks.com/rec/search/0,1-0,mayonnaise_cake_mix_cookies,FF.html

Mayonnaise in chocolate chip cookies?
http://www.ign.com/boards/threads/mayonnaise-in-chocolate-chip-cookies.453996363/

Mayonnaise Chocolate Chip Cookies
https://www.cookiemadness.net/2015/05/mayonnaise-chocolate-chip-cookies/

Mayonnaise Cookies
https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/11019/mayonnaise-cookies/

Original Best Foods Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake
www.cdkitchen.com/recipes/recs/273/Original_Best_Foods_Chocolate_Mayonnaise_Cake47945.shtml

Super Moist Chocolate Mayo Cake
https://www.hellmanns.com/us/en/recipes/super-moist-chocolate-mayo-cake.html

Try This! Put a Cup of Mayonnaise in Your Next Chocolate Cake
https://www.thekitchn.com/try-this-put-a-cup-of-mayonnaise-in-your-next-chocolate-cake-164462



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