3 Make Your Own Mayos

Make Your Own Mayos
Sundried Tomato, Garlic, Chipotle Lime.

Satisfy your taste buds with a little extra flavor—and without the added preservatives or artificial ingredients often found in store-bought mayo.

Sundried Tomato Mayo

Makes about ½ cup

2 egg yolks
¼ tsp. coarse kosher salt
¼ tsp. mustard, yellow or Dijon
2 tbsp. oil from sundried tomatoes
2 tbsp. vegetable oil
1 tbsp. sundried tomatoes

1. Combine egg yolks, mustard and salt in base of Power Chef fitted with paddle attachment. Cover and pull cord to combine ingredients.
2. Attach funnel attachment to top of Power Chef and open slightly. Pour 1–2 tablespoons of oil into funnel and pull cord as oil slowly flows into the Power Chef. Continue until all of the oil is combined and mayonnaise has formed. Stir in sundried tomatoes.
3. Store for 2–3 days in refrigerator.

Garlic Mayo

Makes about ½ cup

1 small garlic clove, crushed
2 egg yolks
¼ tsp. mustard, yellow or Dijon
¼ tsp. coarse kosher salt
4 tbsp. vegetable oil

1. Combine crushed garlic, egg yolks, mustard and salt in base of Power Chef fitted with paddle attachment. Cover and pull cord to combine ingredients.
2. Attach funnel attachment to top of Power Chef and open slightly. Pour 1–2 tablespoons of oil into funnel and pull cord as oil slowly flows into the Power Chef. Continue until all of the oil is combined and mayonnaise has formed.
3. Store for 2–3 days in refrigerator.

Make Your Own Mayos

Chipotle Lime Mayo

Makes about ½ cup

2 egg yolks
¼ tsp coarse kosher salt
¼ tsp. mustard, yellow or Dijon
4 tbsp. vegetable oil
1 tbsp. lime juice
1 adobo pepper

1. Combine egg yolks, mustard and salt in base of Power Chef fitted with paddle attachment. Cover and pull cord to combine ingredients.
2. Attach funnel attachment to top of Power chef and open slightly. Pour 1–2 tablespoons of oil into funnel and pull cord as oil slowly flows into the Power Chef. Continue until all of the oil is combined and mayonnaise has formed. Stir in lime juice.
3. Place blade attachment into Power Chef and add the adobo pepper. Cover and pull cord until pepper is finely chopped.
4. Store for 2–3 days in refrigerator.

4 Comments

  • Kie says:

    I don’t know what I am doing wrong, but I cannot get mayo to form and I am following these instructions exactly. The only way I can get Mayo is to use an immersion blender, but I would really like to use my powerchef!

    • Tupperware US & Canada says:

      Hi Kie, here’s a suggestion from our Home Economist: try opening funnel attachment so the oil is barely entering the Power Chef and then be ready to start pulling as soon as it is barely dripping into the Power Chef. If too much oil gets in before you are able to start forming an emulsion between the egg yolk and the oil then you won’t be able to get it to form.

      Hope it helps!

    • Sam says:

      there isn’t enough oil.you need at least half to 3/4 cups oil for 2 egg yolks. you aren’t doing anything wrong.

    • Sam says:

      there isn’t enough oil.you need at least half to 3/4 cups oil for 2 egg yolks. you aren’t doing anything wrong. I use an electric hand beater to add lots of air and volume. Foolproof.

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