Dec 12, 2014

Eggless Mayonnaise Recipe / Homemade Eggless Mayo Recipe


I have been getting lots of comments and mails from my viewers to share eggless mayo recipe. I would say this is one of the most requested recipe in yummy tummy. I have posted a traditional mayo recipe on this blog before, it is made using egg yolks and lots of oil. emulsifying the mix in a blender is the trick, but it doesn't always work for everyone. There may be so many reason which prevents the eggs getting emulsified. Many of my viewers have told me that their mayo has turned watery and stuffs like that. So here i am with a nonfail version of making the perfect creamy mayo, I am telling you this is one of the best mayo i made and i can have it with no guilt. Because there is only very tiny oil in this. This is the first time i am trying it, i had no clue how this will turn out. But once i made it, i was totally surprised. It tasted like a real mayo. No difference at all. 


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My only concern is it has some flour in it. So i searched and found a recipe which is low fat and it gave me the same result as well. Will share that recipe too soon. SO here you go all mayo lovers with the eggless recipe.


Preparation Time : 10 mins
Cooking Time : 5 mins
Makes - 1 cup of Mayo

Ingredients:


Olive Oil - 1 tblspn ( You can use any oil )

All Purpose Flour / Maida - 3 tblspn
Milk - 1 cup ( Boiled and Cooled)
Vinegar - 2 tblspn or to taste
Salt to taste
Black Pepper Powder to taste
English Mustard Sauce - 1 tsp or to taste (you can powder mustard seeds and use)
Sugar - 1 tsp

Method:


Heat oil in a pan, add in flour and fry it for 30 sec so the raw smell leaves.


Add in milk slowly and keep mixing so no lumps is formed. Now keep cooking this till it gets thick and creamy. It has to be thick, but not too thick. 


Remove from heat and pour this thick sauce into a bowl and let it cool down.


Once cooled add the remaining ingredients and mix well. Taste and check, if you want more vinegar you could add.


Chill this for a hour before serving.


This can be stored in a air tight container for a week in fridge.


Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients


Heat 1 tblspn of oil in a pan


add in flour


fry this for 30 sec or so


add in milk and keep mixing


mix mix..so no lumps are formed


now it is all mixed..cook this for few mins


it will slowly get thick


look how thick it has gone


remove this to a bowl and let it cool


now it is cold


add in vinegar


salt


sugar


black pepper


Now comes the important ingredient, mustard which gives real flavour to this


I had some english mustard sauce on hand so used that


If you dont have mustard sauce,
You take some mustard seeds and powder them 
in a mortar and pestle or blender and use that as well


mix well


serve



29 comments:

  1. Wow.. Was looking for dis recipe from long time.. Nice one.. Will try..

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  2. how many days can this be stored?

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  3. how it is consumed ? means with snacks or with something else..?

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  4. Can it be use to make Russian salad???

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  5. Can it be done without using the mustard sauce? Any alternative to it?

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  6. @anietaYou can powder some mustard seeds and add that instead of mustard sauce

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  7. Is it ok if we wash mustard seeds before powdering?

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  8. @Anonymousdont was them, it wont powder properly

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  9. Can I use water instead milk so tat I can preserve it for many days..

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  10. @Asfiya UmarMilk is what gives the taste. This sauce will keep good for 10 days when refrigerated

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    1. Can we use cornflour instead of maida

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  11. Isn't it like the white sauce we make for pasta... Wil it taste like mayonnaise :/

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  12. U r genius aarthi.

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  13. @Sanju Khoslanot in this recipe, check this

    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/2015/01/eggless-mayonnaise-recipe-low-fat.html

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  14. Good job aarthi...
    Will gv it a try

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  15. Hi Aarthi,
    Waiting for ur low fat mayo version..

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  16. Hai aarthi ur recipes are awesome :-) I have one doubt, shall we use garlic to this recipe if we need that flavour?

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  17. @Anonymousyes u can add some grated garlic in this/.

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  18. @Breeze Phere is the linknfor low fat mayo
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/2015/01/eggless-mayonnaise-recipe-low-fat.html

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  19. Mam is there any substitute of vinegar

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  20. @Anonymousu can use lemon juice for vinegar

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  21. Can it be done without using the vinegar? Any alternative to it?

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  22. @Anonymousadd lemon juice instead of vinegar

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  23. Wowww.....thanksss aarthi....i made this....came out wonderful....luv the taste.....i simply luv ur way of step by step procedure......and also the care which to take to reply each and every query.....grt work !!!!

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  24. Hi....
    I am a fan of your recipes...
    Would give it a try for sure
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    Please check it....

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