Homemade mayonnaise is easy to make, tastes amazing and you know exactly what is in it! It takes about 2 minutes to turn the ingredients into fresh mayonnaise.
Top Tips for making mayonnaise at home:
- Use a neutral oil like vegetable, sunflower or canola oil. If you use olive oil the mayonnaise has a very strong flavor and is slightly bitter. If you want an olive oil mayonnaise try using ⅓ cup olive oil and ⅔ cup of neutral oil.
- When you add the egg ensure the yolk stays whole. This is what creates the magic!
- Use the head of your stick blender (also called immersion blender) to totally cover the egg yolk. This helps to start the emulsification.
- Use the highest speed your stick blender has.
- Move the blender slowly though the oil to ensure everything emulsifies.
Homemade Mayonnaise Video
Bit excited today as this is my first ever Sprinkles and Sprouts video.
I have a lot to learn!!! Don't think I will be getting any jobs with Spielberg soon!!! But hey. I do have a jar of homemade mayonnaise!!!! 🙂
And I promise you can make it too! It is super simple and quick. Under 2 minutes for homemade mayonnaise!!!!!!
Easy Whole Egg Mayonnaise
- 1 cup neutral oil (vegetable/sunflower/canola)
- 1 egg
- 2 teaspoon lemon juice
- 2 teaspoon Dijon mustard
- pinch of salt
- pinch of white pepper
- Pour the oil into a jug that will fit the head of your stick blender.
- Add in the Dijon mustard, lemon juice, salt and white pepper.
- Then careful crack the egg in, be careful not to break the yolk.
- Place the head of the stick blender over the yolk and then turn the speed to high and slowly bring the blender up through the oil.
- You should have a glossy rich homemade mayonnaise within seconds.
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