Vegan Mayonnaise

Vegan Mayonnaise

Just because you are Vegan it does not mean you have to envy those with their ramekins of Mayonnaise, it is not the healthiest but is a must for dipping chips or to brighten up a sandwich. If you have a blender (even a hand blender) this is so easy to make.

Ingredients for Recipe

Makes a Jar

2 tbsp Apple Cider or White Wine Vinegar £0.12

100 ml Unsweetened Soya Milk £0.15
(Really try & go unsweetened here, you will notice the difference)

200 ml your preferred oil (I used vegetable oil) £0.24

Salt & Pepper

Total Cost £0.51

Again, there are many variations for a Citrus Mayonnaise, add some Lemon or Lime juice with the Vinegar and add some grated zest.

For a Chilli Mayonnaise use Chilli Oil instead of the Vegetable Oil or mix in a tbsp Cayenne Pepper or Chilli Powder at the end.

For Tartare Sauce, finely chop some Onion, Capers & Gherkin (make sure well drained) & stir in at the end.

Creating Vegan Mayonnaise

Time 10 Minutes

  1. First and Foremost Wash Your Hands!
  2. In the blender jug or bowl add 2 tbsp of Vinegar
  3. With the Vinegar pour over 100 ml Unsweetened Soya Milk
  4. Measure 200 ml your preferred oil into a jug or something easy to pour
  5. Blend the Milk & Vinegar
  6. Slowly pour in the Oil whilst continuing to blend
  7. Put into a jar or container with lid
  8. Don’t worry if it looks lumpy, just give a mix with a teaspoon
  9. Add desired Salt & Pepper
  10. Refrigerate after use, use with 7 days


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