mayonnaise


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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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7 Lay hot fish fingers on rolls and top with a dollop of mayonnaise.
With the new B-well Creamy Gourmet and B-well Original Tangy mayonnaises, B-well now offers increasingly busy consumers canola mayonnaises that not only taste great, but also deliver on health.
The process of producing a mayonnaise that suits everyone has been quite a journey.
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In an interview on talk show 'Conan', Kim said, "Talking about putting mayonnaise on your thing is not appropriate advice," reports Usmagazine.
It is being positioned as a premium mayonnaise, but as suggested on the front and back label, it is also a quick and easy party dip.
Moody Direct Sales Manager, Romaco FrymaKoruma, Andrew Strange, said: "Much of the mayonnaise produced in the UK is manufactured on FrymaKoruma processing machines, and it continues to be the brand of choice in this market.
Three of them ate sandwiches with tomato, cucumber and mayonnaise, while the rest had chicken and mayonnaise sandwiches," said Aristos Aristidou, President of the School's Parents Association.
In a food processor or medium bowl using an electric mixer, combine cream cheese, blue cheese, mayonnaise, Worcestershire sauce and hot sauce until smooth.
Try our Grilled Turkey Burger with Roasted Red Pepper Mayonnaise for a tangy and delectable burger that's perfect for a weeknight meal or casual entertaining with friends.