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Coconut Oil Mayonnaise – Camp Coconut

5 Minute Coconut Oil Mayonnaise
5 Minute Coconut Oil Mayonnaise

5 Minute Coconut Oil Mayonnaise is one my favourite recipes.

Ingredients:

1 large Egg

1 tablespoon Apple Cider Vinegar or Fresh Lemon Juice (adjust the amount according to taste)

1/2 teaspoon of Mustard Powder (optional)

1 cup of melted White Gold Coconut Oil*

Salt and Pepper to taste

Instructions:

In a bowl or a glass jar, put egg, vinegar and mustard powder together.

With a hand-held whiz, mix together while slowly pouring in melted coconut oil (with your other hand).

Add salt and pepper to taste. You can also add more vinegar now if required. (You need to whiz them in.)

It’s that simple!

Keep in a cool place in a sealed glass jar but DO NOT REFRIGERATE – it goes hard. Will keep for a few days.

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Click on the above photo to see the recipe. The mayonnaise would go well on those vegetables.

STOP PRESS.

One of our loyal readers has pointed out that:
“Its longevity may be enhanced by adding a tablespoon of yoghurt whey. I found this out when I checked out the recipe for fermented mayonnaise. It’s ordinary mayonnaise with the whey added after all the other ingredients are blended.”

*You can use Ancient Wisdom, too. Turns out just as delicious.

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This recipe summary was posted by Neil Smith Wholefood Enthusiast at Camp Coconut.

3 thoughts on “Coconut Oil Mayonnaise – Camp Coconut

  1. Hi Neil

    Its longevity may be enhanced by adding a tablespoon of yoghurt whey. I found this out when I checked out the recipe for fermented mayonnaise. It’s ordinary mayonnaise with the whey added after all the other ingredients are blended.

    1. Thanks, Honora! Your input has been added to the post above 🙂

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