I promise you that once you’ve made your own mayonnaise, you’ll never buy another supermarket jar ever again 

Again, it’s another great recipe to have under your belt, that’ll get you out of any “what shall I serve with this?” Hole you find yourself in! 

By adding chopped gherkins and capers you’ve made tartare sauce! Which is fantastic with your beer battered fish

And it’ll keep in your fridge for a few days 

Why not try mixing some Thai curry paste into it and serve with fish cakes?! Add some basil and serve with some poached fish?!! You see the list is endless, just experiment 


3 medium egg yolks 

1 tsp Dijon mustard 

1 tsp English mustard 

1 tsp white wine vinegar 

100ml vegetable oil 

100ml olive oil 

Good squeeze of lemon 

Salt and pepper 


Place the egg yolks, mustards and vinegar into a mixing bowl 

Mix the oils together 

Whilst whisking constantly, add the oils in a steady stream, you’ll start to get a really thick creamy mayonnaise 

Add the squeeze of lemon and season to taste 

And there you go! As easy as that!! 

Homemade Mayonnaise!! 

I’ve used my homemade mayonnaise to make tartare sauce for my fish and chips 



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