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Mayonnaise sushi style


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Ingredients

125 g

  • 1 large egg yolk, fresh, room temp, pref free range
  • 1/2 level tablespoon apple cider vinegar
  • 1/2 level tablespoon rice wine vingar
  • 1 level teaspoon caster sugar
  • 1/4 level teaspoon salt
  • 1/8 level teaspoon wasabi paste
  • 250 grams Grape seed oil, (rice bran, sunflower or canola ok too)
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place egg yolk, vinegars and seasonings into mixing bowl with butterfly in and MC on.  

  2. Set on speed 4. (do not set time)  and mix for one minute. 

  3. After one minute, Slowly begin to drizzle the oil onto the mixing bowl lid (MC on) It will take 4-6 minutes for all the oil to drizzle in. Try not to go faster than a drizzle or mixture will become oily and will not emulsify well.

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Tip

Mixture should look like picture. If the mixture splits, take mixture out and place in small jug. Add another egg yolk to the mixing bowl with butterfly, lid and mc. Turn onto speed 4 and slowly drizzle the slpit mixture onto lid (will take about 3-4 mins to drizzle all in)  Place your sushi style, home made mayo in a squeezy sauce bottle to squirt on sushi or add to tuna or avacodo for fillings. Keeps for up to a week in sealed container in fridge. Yeh, a Japanse style mayo with no MSG!!!!


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  • This is a brilliant recipe and the perfect...

    Submitted by abondigirl on 17. October 2017 - 11:04.

    This is a brilliant recipe and the perfect mayonnaise for every purpose. I added a little more wasabi paste and salt, the texture is sublime. Thank you tmrc_emoticons.8)

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  • Yum! This mayo worked perfectly....

    Submitted by ThermoExperiments on 29. January 2017 - 18:49.

    Yum! This mayo worked perfectly.


    It's so lovely and thick and creamy! Smile

    (I used rice bran oil)

    Your friendly Thermomix Consultant!

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  • While it looks nice, i don't

    Submitted by flynnfam on 20. September 2015 - 09:15.

    While it looks nice, i don't think it tastes all theat great- definitely doesn't come close to kewpie mayo, but i didnt expect it to cause the real stuff is full of junk. I'll add lemon next time to give it some twang.

    Leeah Flynn

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  • Can anyone who has made this

    Submitted by animatedfluff on 30. August 2015 - 09:26.

    Can anyone who has made this tell me how close the flavouris to Kewpie mayo? Thanks

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  • What a disaster tried it

    Submitted by AMG86 on 27. May 2015 - 18:29.

    What a disaster tmrc_emoticons.( tried it twice and I've messed it up both times some how.

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  • Yuuummmmmm!!

    Submitted by AMG86 on 22. May 2015 - 16:22.

    Yuuummmmmm!!

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  • This is awesome, tastes great

    Submitted by Aussie TM5 Thermomixer on 3. December 2014 - 14:12.

    This is awesome, tastes great and is lovely and thick!!  I left out the wasabi paste because I didn't have any and it was still yummy.  Thank you for a fantastic recipe tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Great recipe, thanks for

    Submitted by Liz Connolly on 2. December 2014 - 17:30.

    Great recipe, thanks for sharing!

    Liz x

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