Apr 26, 2012
I stumbled upon this homemade mayo tutorial while browsing Mooberry Farm's blog.
I had never made homemade mayo, but it was on my list of things to start making at home. It took me all of 10, maybe 15 minutes to make. One other thing that I love about her mayo is that it's cooked!
So easy and so good. The kids couldn't say enough good things about it through mouthfuls of tuna fish sandwiches. The mayo thickens quite nicely after it has cooled.
I permanently added this to our recipe box. Follow her wonderful tutorial and cross mayo off you grocery list-for good!