mayonnaise

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Synonyms for mayonnaise

egg yolks and oil and vinegar

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Four flavours--caramelised onion, roasted garlic, Moroccan-style and sun-dried tomato--have been carefully blended with first-class, creamy Heinz mayonnaise to add excitement to salads, sandwiches and dips.
Light mayonnaise (flavored or not) is a great substitute for regular mayo.
Some of the more unusual names in the collection include Chile Brownies (a staple in some Texas bakeries), Chestnut Brownies, Cola Brownies, Marshmallow Brownies, Mayonnaise Brownies and Sweet Corn Brownies (made with a can of cream style corn).
MAYONNAISE TASTE-OFF: Results of a recent staff mayonnaise taste test of eight widely available brands of mayonnaise (although not technically a mayo, Miracle Whip was included due to its popularity) from supermarkets were revealed in the April issue of Cook's Illustrated.
The three mayonnaises could be used in a number of applications, he said, adding: "The products come under the added value strategy to make the (mayonnaise) category stronger.
A couple of manufacturers are now zipping up light mayonnaise with a bunch of different flavors _ with half the calories and fat of real mayonnaise.
Each tablespoon of either of the brands' various flavors contains 50 calories and 5 grams fat as opposed to 100 calories and 11 grams fat in a tablespoon of real mayonnaise.
When growing up, the potato salad in our household always had a sour cream base as my father disliked mayonnaise and thus, it was never a refrigerator staple.