This mayonnaise is vegan and quick and easy to prepare, starting with canned chickpea liquid (aquafaba).
This vegan mayo is made with aquafaba, the liquid from a can of chickpeas, and is the perfect topping for your plant-based burger.
This tofu mayonnaise is great for anyone who is lactose-intolerant or vegan. It's real thick and creamy and you can add seasonings to fit your fancy! Great for pasta salads or anywhere you'd use mayonnaise.
This is a delicious and light three-ingredient-only chocolate mousse, made with aquafaba (chickpea water) and vegan dark chocolate.
Aquafaba, which means "water bean," is the surprise ingredient in many vegan and egg-free desserts. Once you see its magical abilities, you'll want to try cooking with it yourself.
Make your own mayo in just a few minutes with Chef John's quick and easy recipe for homemade mayonnaise.
This quick and easy homemade mayonnaise uses an immersion blender to combine light olive oil, egg, lemon juice, Dijon mustard, salt, and pepper to create the perfect condiment.
A delicious sweet, garlicky version for regular mayonnaise using black garlic. Use it in any dish that you would use mayonnaise.
This lemon and garlic aioli is a mayonnaise-based dip you can whip up in minutes and serve alongside a range of appetizers or seafood mains.
This roasted garlic mayonnaise recipes features roasted garlic, olive oil, egg yolks, lemon juice, and seasoning--a perfect condiment for sandwiches or when used for dipping.