That gives me chills just thinking of the concept. Yet there is 'light' mayonnaise and that stuff surely is not fit for consumption. Still heat for this mayonnaise deal but not for the treatment of mayonnaise. Keep it cool and have a tasty time :)
it's not meant for consumption :D
A very mustardy mayonnaise but great if that's to your taste.
Best translated as ‘dressing’, tak?
Yep… too sharp for me too. Also find the yogurts and cream cheese from the nearest Polish store in the centre of Harrogate are head & shoulders above any of the usual Brit stuff.
Wouldn't say it's a direct clone, but there are similar notes if that makes sense? It's great on burgers and at this price is a steal.
Ive always been hunting down something thats similar to Subway's southwest sauce. I gather this is similar but thicker
Is it a good clone of Subway Southwest sauce? Love that stuff. We've got the Nandos Perinaise which is ok, but just not quite as good as the Subway stuff.
I got this and it's honestly only alright. I think I was after a really rich, creamy mayo but this is a little more acidic and thick without the creamy notes. This is still really cheap though and way better than so many condiments
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Thank you very much. (y) You have been very helpful. Happy cooking and have a fab weekend. <3
Just a cheap stick blender. If it screws up then put that mix to one side and start a new one. If you get the new one nice and thick, put the blender into the bottom of the container of successful mayo, pour the ‘split’ mix on top and it should incorporate. Done right it literally takes a few seconds. You’ll want to work out what balance of acidity you like, and what works best for you. Some people like their mayo quite tangy and some don’t.
What do you use to mix/blend it please? A whisk or blender? :)
How is it redundant? There are plant based mayos that taste the same or better than regular mayo. I agree, this isn't one of them. Surely expressing a personal opinion doesn't warrant such a response. ..also this from Unilever who just a few years ago was suing anyone making plant based mayonaise. Asshat of a company.
Great taste. Heat
Which is all well and good, but some of us can't eat 'proper mayonnaise', so your comment is a bit redundant!
Really nice taste (y)
Ooo see I think hellemans is nicer! And generally cheaper :)
It looks like I have to try that mayo from aldi to know what are you talking about. I love Winiary Mayo because there is no that sour taste from vinegar like in ie heinz that I'm not a fan at all.
Meh. I tried it few times and Winiary is like 100 times better IMHO.
I’m not the most fond of vinegar on its own but I didn’t think it tasted vinegary at all. My family said it tasted a tad sour but not overwhelmingly. Of course it has a taste but from my experience with mayonnaise, it tasted quite neutral in comparison to other mayos I’ve had like Aldi’s for example.
Nope. It's not.
Doesn't have taste? Really? It doesn't have a taste of that vinegar which others are putting in their products that's for sure,but it has a unique taste.
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