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How to Make Homemade Mayonnaise in One Minute
Homemade Mayonnaise in 1 minute? Really? You Bet! Not only is this mayonnaise easy and fast to make, but it’s also delicious and nutritious thanks to a wonderful blend of oils.
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Troubling Ingredients in Store-Bought Mayo
I have never been satisfied with the mayonnaise that I can find at the grocery store. Don’t get me wrong. Some of them taste great. But it’s the ingredients that really trouble me.
So many of the store bought mayos are made with soybean oil. And that is one highly-processed oil I really try to avoid in my diet because it is highly processed.
Is Making Mayo Difficult?
However, making homemade mayo can present such a chore. It all begins with hauling out the food processor. And to me, that signals there is a big job ahead!
Next, then the process of streaming in the oil always seems to take so long. Plus, it’s easy to pour the oil too quickly. All that does is create a big oily mess of “broken” mayo.
Easier Way to Make Homemade Mayonnaise
The good news is that there is a much easier way to make homemade mayonnaise. And it involves using an immersion blender. You may also know it as a stick blender or hand blender.
Thanks so this technique, you can have a cups worth of mayo ready in about one minute! And cleanup is a snap. Make the mayonnaise in the jar you plan to store it in so all you have to wash is the bottom part of the immersion blender. It couldn’t be easier!
Which Oil is Best for Homemade Mayonnaise?
As you get your jar and immersion blender ready, you need to think about the choice of oil or oils that you will want to use to make your mayo. My favorite combination is one part of each of the following ingredients:
- Coconut oil
- Olive oil
- Sesame oil (un-toasted)
I love that this combination includes a nice variety of nutrients.
Can I Use Avocado Oil to Make Mayo?
But there are so many options of healthy oils to choose from to make mayonnaise. All avocado is a popular choice. The final product can have a bit of a strong flavor for me though. So if I use avocado oil I like to mix it with sesame oil to lighten the flavor a bit.
Be sure try lots of different oils to find your favorite combination!
Learn More About the Different Oils
So be sure to watch my How To Make Homemade Mayonnaise in One Minute With An Immersion Blender video to learn more and get started making your own today!
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Homemade Mayonnaise in 1 minute
- 1 large Egg or two small eggs
- 1 tablespoon Raw apple cider vinegar
- 1 teaspoon Fine ground sea salt
- 1/3 cup Coconut oil liquified to room temperature
- 1/3 cup Sesame oil
- 1/3 cup Extra virgin olive oil
- 1 tablespoon Whey optional
- Put all ingredients into a jar. If you want, you may also add whey.
- Place an immersion blender into the jar so that the bottom of the blender is on top of the egg and touching the bottom of the jar.
- Turn on the immersion blender and blend for 20-30 seconds and watch as the mixture emulsifies.
- Next, move the immersion blender up and down for another 20-30 seconds to make sure that all the oil is incorporated into the mixture
- Remove the immersion blender from the jar and refrigerate the mayonnaise. The mayonnaise will stay fresh refrigerated for 2 weeks.
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