Total time: 7 mins
Yields: 1 cup
Recipe comes from: http://www.food.com/recipe/just-like-hellmans-mayonnaise-copycat-clone-110801
1 – egg at room temperature
1 t – dry mustard
1 t – salt
1 dash – cayenne pepper
1 1/4 c – vegetable oil
3 T – white vinegar or lemon juice
1. Place egg, mustard, salt, cayenne pepper and 1/4 cup oil in blender or food processor and blend on low.
2. While blending, very slowly drizzle in another 1/2 cup of oil
3. stop and scrape sides
4. Add the lemon juice/vinegar and the remaining oil
5. blend until well combined.
Try using a pasteurized egg for safety.
I use olive oil for a different and healthy taste
Try a dash of your favorite hot sauce in stead of the cayenne pepper.
In our last post, I hopefully put the fear of God in you about some of the additives in processed foods. We all love our condiments. God knows, I’m a hot sauce and ketchup freak. That said, how can we avoid the additives in our favorite condiments. Largely, we can make our own. And we can make them BETTER!
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Heinz Ketchup Copycat Recipe:
This recipe came mostly from http://www.topsecretrecipes.com/Heinz-Ketchup-Recipe.html
23 Calories per serving
Cook time: 1 1/2 hours
Makes 1 1/2 cups
1 – 6 oz can of Italian tomato paste (read the label)
1/2 c – light corn syrup (or honey for a healthier version)
1/2 c – white vinegar
1/4 c – water
1 T – sugar
1 t – salt
1/4 t – onion powder
1/8 t – garlic powder
Combine all ingredients in a medium saucepan over medium heat. Whisk until smooth or use a stick blender
When mixture comes to a boil, reduce heat and simmer for 20 minutes. Stir often to avoid burning on the bottom.
Remove Pan from heat and cover until cool. Chill and store in a covered container.
Try using whole fresh tomatoes, fresh onion and garlic