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How to make a mayonnaise sauce

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Ingredients

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1 egg yolks
150ml oil
1 teaspoon dijon mustard
1 pinch salt
1 pinch pepper
0.5 teaspoon white vinegar

How to make a mayonnaise sauce

The oldest and most versatile cold sauce

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How to make a mayonnaise sauce: a delicious sauce that goes perfectly with cold meats, sandwiches, boiled eggs, slaw and more. the french mayonnaise can be use as a base for other sauces like the cocktail sauce and all kind of other flavored mayonnaise such as the Aioli style mayonnaise. the only utensils are a whisk and a mixing bowl.

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Prepare you mayonnaise base

In a large bowl add the egg yolk, a generous teaspoon of Dijon mustard, and salt and pepper. Then using a whisk mix all of these ingredients together to create the base of your mayonnaise.

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Add the oil to start your mayonnaise

While whisking vigorously, start adding the oil little bit by little bit, using nothing more then a table spoon at a time,. Make sure that every bit of oil you add is well incorporated in the mix before you add more. Repeat the process until all of the oil has been used

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Finish the mayonnaise and serve

By now you should have a good amount of mayonnaise which should be ferm and can be used right away.
However, you can also add little extras to transform that mayonnaise If you so wish. As an example you can add extra flavours by adding things like a pinch of paprika, a bit of crushed garlic, a dash of vinegar, or even bit of smoke chili sauce!

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