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mayonnaise

[′mā·ə‚nāz]
(food engineering)
A semisolid emulsion prepared by whipping a mixture of raw eggs or egg yolks, vegetable oil, vinegar or lemon juice, salt, and condiments; used as a dressing.
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Zucchini Salad 1/3 cup mayonaise 1/4 cup unflavored yogurt 1 teaspoon soy sauce 1/2 teaspoon curry powder 1/4 teaspoon garlic salt Liquid hot pepper seasoning 2 cups cold cooked rice 1 small jar (2 oz.
Inspired by the top-rated animated series appearing on ABC, Nickelodeon, and UPN, Disney's Doug: Doug's Big Game immerses the player in the whimsical world of Doug and his alter-ego Quailman in an action-packed, full-speed-ahead adventure to rescue Patti Mayonaise.
The daughter of Holy Roman Empire's winning distance was the second biggest in the history of the race following the 20-length margin set by Mayonaise back in 1895.
Marinated tuna with pickled cucumber,soy mirin dressing,wasabi mayonaise and tempura squid Michelin Star chef Richard Turner makes sure the presentation is perfect
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While admitting it got the marketing of its flavoured mayonaise wrong some years back, CPC is taking a second stab.
One way to temper its heat is to cool it with the flavors of dill, mayonaise, and sour cream, as in this sauce.