For this recipe, Chef Blake made homemade mayo for the coleslaw dressing for his jicama slaw recipe. Try making your own mayo to be used on salads or sandwiches, and if you’d like, check out his jicama slaw video for a new recipe.
Making your own mayonnaise is very easy and it takes almost no time at all. This recipe is healthier than store-bought mayo and contains no artificial ingredients or preservatives.
Make Your Own Mayo!
You will need these ingredients:
- 4 yolks
- 1 t. salt
- 1/2 lemon, juiced
- 10 oz. light oil
- Water as needed
Thoroughly beat your egg yolks.
Add you salt, lemon, oil, and water. Mix all these ingredients together.
Now you have your very own mayonnaise recipe to use instead of the store bought kind and it took almost no time at all!
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Homemade Mayo Video Instructions
Watch Chef Blake’s video to know how to make mayo yourself.
Homemade Mayo Video Transcript:
Hello and welcome to Rada’s Test Kitchen. My name is Blake, and today we’ll be making mayonnaise from sratch. We’re gong to use egg yolks, citric acid or lime juice, light oil, salt to bring out the flavor and water as needed.
We’ll start with the fresh egg yolks. We have in our bowl four egg yolks. We’ll take the Handi-Stir and whisk these yolks up a little bit, get some air in them. Take the lime, half it, put just a little citric acid in there. Now we’ll add some corn oil. The key to this, to not allow this to break, is to not add more oil than there is egg otherwise it will break. Fully incorporate it. You’ll see it thickening up.
As it starts to thicken, you can add some water that will thin it and lighten the color to make it look more like mayonnaise. So the final touches to the mayonnaise is to season it and make sure it tastes right. If you use farm-fresh eggs, it will be more of a yellow mayonnaise. To get the light color you’re used to, use more water and lime juice. This one is a little yellow with a nice flavor and texture to it.
Hopefully you give this a shot and you’ll never have to buy mayonnaise again.
End of Homemade Mayo Video Transcript