"This DIY mayo recipe is incredibly simple to make, especially if you have cool kitchen gadgets to work with,” says Cara Hermanson, Executive Chef of Tarallucci e Vino in New York. *Tip: for the summer, this mayo, which has a little garlic kick, is perfect on a slice of toasted bread with fresh tomatoes.
• 1 clove garlic
• 1 cup whole milk
• 2 cups olive oil or canola oil
• 2 tsp salt
1. Roughly chop clove of garlic.
2. Toss into blender with one cup of milk and pulse to mix garlic with the milk. (Make sure it's mixed up well because the garlic needs to bind the milk and oil together.)
3. On medium-high, slowly drizzle in oil to form an emulsion. (Olive oil will give it a more peppery flavor, and canola will keep it more basic and keep a more pure white color.)
4. Season with salt and enjoy (make sure to season at the end so the salt doesn't break down the emulsion).Back to top