Make delicious homemade mayo in 5 minutes!

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Well, I did it! I made my own mayonnaise. It turned out really delicious! I am surprised by the taste and flavor.
It really wasn’t too difficult either.

1 egg yolk (pasteurized, organic, pasture raised) *Note: The important thing to know when using raw eggs, is that you make sure they are pasteurized.
1 cup coconut oil
2 teaspoons squeezed lemon
1 tablespoon organic brown rice (or organic white vinegar)
1/2 teaspoon sugar
real salt

Directions:
Add all dry ingredients together then add egg yolk, 1/2 of the vinegar, and 1 teaspoon lemon.
Whisk until frothy.
Then add 1/8 cup of oil mixture  SLOWLY while whisking until thickened. As it thickens, you can SLOWLY add more oil (another 1/8 cup) whisking until thick. Do this until all the oil is gone.
Note: If your mayonnaise does not thicken, then it is likely that you added the oil too quickly.
After mayonnaise is thick, add the remaining lemon and vinegar and whisk a little more.

Refrigerate. Use within 5 days.

I am so happy with this mayo. It tastes so good.

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3 responses »

  1. sustainablee says:

    I’m even more excited for the egg-free version!

  2. This sounds like a good recipe. I have never made my own mayonnaise before, and thats right up my alley! I will give this a shot with some additions of my own and link it back here, so you know how it comes out! Thanks for sharing at Linky Party Love 🙂 http://foodtalkdailyrecipes.blogspot.com/p/blog-page_20.html

    I have accumulated some decent GMO material and trying to make some changes as well!

    Please, feel free to share more and or link back to Food Talk Daily

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