Paleo Mayonnaise

Paleo Mayonnaise

My husband loves to have a sauce with a lot of his meals, be it tomato, chutney, brown sauce or mustard. Personally I have never really been that in to them as they are usually pumped full of sugars and stabilisers (and general ingredients I would not know how to pronounce), certainly not worth the spike in blood sugar.
The great thing though I love about cooking is that I can experiment until my heart’s content to try to knock out the middle man (aka sugars) and work out a safe and Paleo alternative! So here’s my Paleo Mayonnaise. Probably the second most simple recipe to make (after my almond nut butter) and what’s better is that there are only 5 simple everyday ingredients.
Slather it on homemade burgers, dip home-made sweet potato chips in it or why not make your own coleslaw to share with the family! Don’t reach for the ‘light’ version on the shop shelves, instead take 5 mins out and make your own, it’s worth it- I promise.
Feel free to add in some fresh or dried herbs for an added twist!

20-DSC_1101

Paleo Mayonnaise
 
Prep time
Total time
 
A smooth and creamy Paleo mayonnaise. This is super simple to make with only 5 key ingredients. No nasties and no additives.
Author:
Recipe type: Lunch, Dinner
Cuisine: Condiment
Ingredients
  • ½ a lemon, juiced
  • 1 cup LIGHT Olive oil, or avocado oil
  • 1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
  • 1 large egg, room temperature
  • ½ tsp salt
  • ½ tsp cracked pepper (OPTIONAL)
Instructions
  1. In to a deep jar or bowl place the oil followed by the egg and then the rest of the ingredients
  2. If you are using a hand blender place the blender to the bottom of the jar / dish and blend, it will immediately thicken and turn in to a mayonnaise colour and consistency
  3. I would blend for at least 1 minute to ensure a very smooth and creamy texture
  4. Have a taste test and add any extra salt / lemon juice to your taste
  5. Spoon in to an airtight jar and keep in the fridge for up to 14 days
Notes
You will need a jam jar, a hand blender / whisk (you could also do this by hand but it will take a little longer)

 

19-DSC_110418-DSC_111217-DSC_1115

16-DSC_111715-DSC_1122

14-DSC_112713-DSC_113012-DSC_113511-DSC_000403-DSC_003210-DSC_000709-DSC_001008-DSC_001407-DSC_001606-DSC_002204-DSC_0025

05-DSC_0023

01-DSC_008102-DSC_0075


Related Posts

Mrs P’s Chocolate Fudge Aubergine Brownies

Mrs P’s Chocolate Fudge Aubergine Brownies

This could quite possibly be one of my favourite recipes to date… and one I have been so excited to share with you all since I created it a few weeks ago. As with all my recipes I always try them at least 3-4 times […]

Mrs P’s Pistachio and Blackberry cake

Mrs P’s Pistachio and Blackberry cake

There’s nothing I like more than coming home from work, shutting the front door and knowing that it’s just the three of us for the rest of the evening. As much as I love dinner parties and going out to see friends I definitely love […]



18 thoughts on “Paleo Mayonnaise”

Leave a Reply


%d bloggers like this: