How to Make Mayonnaise | VEGAN MAYO RECIPE


Today, I’ll show you how to make vegan mayonnaise at home. This is a super easy recipe that is eggless, dairy-free and gluten-free. And it tastes just like the real stuff
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I love this recipe for its simplicity and, of course, the taste. Using soy milk to make the mayo lets you achieve the same texture and flavours without using eggs. I wouldn’t recommend substituting soy milk with any other dairy-free milks, however.
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20 comments

  1. Thank you for sharing the video. I tried it for 5 times in one day, finally got the result:
    First time I tired with extra virgin olive oil, Dijon mustard, it formed nicely but it had a very strong and bitter taste.
    Second time I tried with pure grapeseed oil and dry mustard, it turned out runny.
    Third time tried with pure grapeseed oil and dry mustard again, still turned out runny.
    Fourth time tried with extra virgin olive oil and dry mustard, it formed nicely but still had the very strong and bitter taste.
    I then searched on the internet about different type of olive oil, and tried with the extra light tasting olive oil (which contained refined olive oil and pure olive oil), it worked nicely. The vegan mayo is white in colour, very good taste and the texture is very similar to the real mayo.
    Hope this would help those could not get it to work.

  2. I guess this is just the vegan approach on Mayo, but isn’t really necessarily healthy/good for you, since this recipe requires an intense amount of salt and oil 🙁 Still super tasty though.

  3. Vegan mayo + Homemade ketchup = HEALTHY Thousand island dressing and/or that dip that Arctic Circle restaurants serve with their fries(instead of ketchup only)! 🙂

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