¼ cup Cream
¼ tsp Mustard paste
½ tsp lemon Juice
a pinch or two salt
½ tsp Black pepper (in powder form)
¾ cup Sunflower Oil
Mayonnaise is known for its versatility—on some days, it serves as a salad dressing and doubles as a dip for snacks on other days. Most mayonnaise brands contain eggs, and therefore are deemed inconsumable for vegans. In such cases, an alternative to conventional mayonnaise is eggless mayonnaise. A major advantage of eggless mayonnaise is that it has a relatively higher shelf life than conventional mayonnaise. Read on to know how you can prepare eggless mayonnaise that is as tasty as conventional mayonnaise.
Eggless mayonnaise is devoid of high amounts of cholesterol present in eggs. Black pepper, mustard, and lemon juice have anti-inflammatory properties that help the body ward off infections.
How to Make Eggless Mayonnaise
Method of Preparation:
That right there is your eggless mayonnaise.
Remember that you are at liberty to use more than a pinch of salt, depending on your palette and health requirements. Lack of eggs doesn’t really affect the taste of eggless mayonnaise, because cream does a pretty good job of making your mayonnaise as delicious as regular mayonnaise. When you’re expecting visitors and unsure if there are any vegans among them, eggless mayonnaise is a safe bet. There is also no need to worry if you make an excess of this dish--you can trust that it will last a lot longer than conventional mayonnaise!