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Vegan mayonnaise made with aquafaba

Aquafaba is the cooking liquid of chickpeas, rich in plant-based proteins and starch. The protein it contains makes it an excellent vegan substitute for egg in preparations such as mayonnaise.

Vegan mayonnaise made with aquafaba

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Ingredients

50

ml

cider vinegar

50

ml

lemon juice

2

g

mustard powder, vegan

200

ml

aquafaba

300

ml

sunflower oil

 

 

salt

Preparation method

  • Bring the aquafaba to the boil and reduce to 100ml. Allow it to cool to room temperature.
  • Mix the cider vinegar, lemon juice, and mustard powder in a measuring jug together with the aquafaba.
  • Mix in the sunflower oil, drop by drop, with a hand-held blender until you have a mixture the thickness of mayonnaise.
  • Season with salt. 

Serving suggestions

  • As a basis for various vegan sauces and dressings; for example cocktail sauce, sauce ravigote, remoulade sauce, lemon mayonnaise, lime mayonnaise, etc.
  • To make potato salad, Waldorf salad, or Russian salad, for example.

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