So homemade mayonnaise...
It takes five minutes or less to make, you can control the quality of the ingredients you use, and the best part is it tastes delicious (unless you ask my hubs who has a severe aversion to mayo).
Anywho... just follow these simple steps for your very own homemade mayo.
Prepare the ingredients:
1 teaspoon salt (go for sea salt)
1 tablespoon vinegar (I use apple cider vinegar)
1 1/2 c to 1 2/3 c oil (light oil like safflower or sunflower)
You will need a food processor to emulsify the ingredients together.
Turn on the food processor then slowly start drizzling the oil into the processor. *It is very important that you keep a slow and steady stream of oil otherwise it might not emulsify.*
I store my mayonnaise in a glass mason jar with a plastic lid (the metal lids have a tendency to react with the salt and rust).
This homemade mayo will last in the fridge for a couple of weeks.
Try it. You'll love it.