Make Your Own Mayonnaise in the Style of Duke's
It takes only about 5 minutes total to make your own mayonnaise. It took me longer in the video because I had to go over the needed ingredients and the technique. All of these ingredients are all kitchen staples to always have on hand. In other words, if you have all of these ingredients and a stick blender, then you always have mayonnaise.This is a great recipe, if you love Duke's Mayonnaise then you will love this! You may teak the ingredients to your taste. It is very easy to make. You will need an immersion (stick) blender or a food processor. I personally prefer the stick blender. Much easier process when using a stick blender. If you are using a food processor, you will use the pulse setting.
You will need:
1 cup of cooking oil (canola, vegetable, sunflower, if using olive I would make sure it is very mild such as extra virgin olive oil, You want a neutral oil as it would affect the taste)
1 Tablespoon white vinegar
1- 1 1/2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4-1/2 teaspoons paprika
immersion (stick) blender or food processor
tall container that allows the stick blender to have room to go down to the bottom of a jar
Place the egg, both vinegars, salt and paprika into your container. Allow it to settle for a couple of minutes. Pour the oil slowly as shown. over the egg mixture, trying to disturb it a little as possible. Allow this to also settle for about a minute. Go straight down to the bottom of the jar with the stick blender as shown. Start with pulsing. You will see the movement. When you can clearly see it thickening on the bottom, keep the blender on and start with a slow rocking back and forth motion with the stick blender. This motion draws more oil into the thickened bottom. You will see the mayonnaise forming. When it is thickening up, slowly start pulling up the stick blender as shown and then going back down again. Then simply “chase” around the areas where you see obvious pockets of oil and incorporate them into the rest of the mayonnaise. Give it a taste. You may add a little more paprika, salt or just a wee splash of vinegar if you feel that you need to, I did not. If you do be sure that you mix any additions thoroughly. Remember to NOT overly mix it afterwards. This will keep in the refrigerator for 3-4 days. Honestly, mine never last that long. See below for links to video where I fix separated mayonnaise and also the link to my Miracle Whip styled salad dressing, Enjoy! 😀
I have an old Mayonnaise video in the style of Hellmann's mayonnaise. It is almost 7 years old now, not the best of quality. Though my mayonnaise did separate where I had a lighting mishap at the wrong moment. So after the lighting issue was fixed, I came back to find that my mayonnaise had indeed separated. Y'all know that I keep it real and therefore I did not scrap the video, I simply turned that mishap into a learning moment. Again, the video quality is not great, though I do show you how to fix separated mayonnaise. I do have a timestamp down in the description of that video to take you right to where the mayonnaise separated.
Click here to see the Hellmann's/Fixing separated mayonnaise video:
Do you prefer Miracle Whip? Click here on how to make a homemade yummy version:
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