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Old 12-20-2006, 09:53 PM   #1
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What is the easiest appliance to use to make mayonnaise? Food processor, blender, something else?

Consider the whole cycle from set-up to clean up. I know a bowl and a whisk will work, but I think I remember that I screwed up the process from time to time when making it manually.

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What is the easiest appliance to use to make mayonnaise? Food processor, blender, something else?

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1. stick blender
2. hand mixer (electric)
3. food processor
4. blender
5. gourmet deli (waste of gas but good stuff)
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I have had good results with a blender.
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I have a Braun stick blender that whips at high rpms. Use one like that..........

You can get them at Target or Wal-mart, not much money.

I used to make home-made mayo, and homemade salad dressing...........

Not enough time these days...........
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I am still concerned about the salmonella and the raw egg. Store made is still fine. Add some fresh garlic to make a nice aolli. Start with helmanns or sauers..
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It's called an immersion blender.

As for the salmonella, you can now buy cartons of pasturized eggs still whole in the shell, thus removing the risk. We live in an amazing age.
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Great info- thanks everyone.

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