Without being dramatic, you need this mayo in your life.
Anyone doing Whole30 knows that you need to prepare if you want to survive thirty days. There isn’t much you can “just grab” if you aren’t well prepared. And as I have found, you need good condiments to stay on track. I always keep my favorite Ranch dressing on hand, also a creamy balsamic vinaigrette that I’m loving right now (will share soon, I promise) and I have added this to my list of must-haves for success. I’m still working on a good ketchup because I put that shit on everything. But I’ll have to get back to you on that one. Stay tuned.
This isn’t like the mayo you buy at the grocery store. It’s creamy and rich and unlike the packaged stuff, it isn’t loaded with GMOs. Yay! It adds so much creaminess and flavor to a ton of dishes on Whole30. This is a great addition to dressings to make them creamy, delicious for tuna, egg and chicken salad or just spread on sliced cucumbers or tomatoes for a light side. I added some pickle juice and chopped pickles and topped my burger with it last night (nom nom).
Let’s not forget the true magic that it literally takes two minutes to make. Start to finish. Yup. For real. I wouldn’t lie to you. All you need is a jar with a cover and an immersion blender and you’re good to go.
So go! What are you waiting for? Take two minutes out of your day and add this amazing condiment to your Whole30 recipe collection. This is a must have staple. Trust me.
Fast forward two minutes…
See? You’re done! How easy was that?
A must have condiment to have on hand for Whole30 success
- 2 c Extra Virgin Olive Oil light
- 1/2 Tbsp lemon juice
- 2 tsp dry mustard powder
- 2 eggs
- sea salt to taste
Place all ingredients in a jar with a mouth barely wider than the head of the immersion blender. Put the blade all the way at the bottom of the jar and let ingredients settle a moment
Turn blender on high and keep the head of the blender all the way at the bottom and do not move the blender head until it turns white and thick. Start to tilt the head and slowly move up until the oil is emulsified. Take out the blender and add salt to taste.