I originally posted this in September of 2006, but for some reason when I transferred my blog over from the old blog to the new blog, this post didn’t make it….not quite sure why, BUT I’m glad I had told a friend about this recipe and told her I’d send her the link otherwise I may have never known that it didn’t make the transfer. The old blog is still available for me to access….at least until the weekend 🙂
9/21/06 This morning when I was making my hubby’s lunch I realized that I was almost out of mayonnaise and have been wanting to try something out…..so I made tofu mayonnaise.
Here’s what I did, and it turned out very good! The best part is, I have these items on hand all the time. If you wanted it thicker, you can stream in more oil and let it emulsify more.
10 ounces (almost a full box) soft silken tofu
1 teaspoon honey
1 teaspoon sea salt
1 Tbsp. cider vinegar
1 Tbsp. dijon mustard
1/4-1/3 cup grapeseed oil
In my food processor, I blended everything but the grapeseed oil until everything was well blended. Then I started adding the oil in slowly in a steady stream until the mayo started to thicken up.
It tastes REALLY good! Most recipes that I found had lemon juice, and I don’t have any lemon juice, so I tried this one. Less expensive than Veganaise and regular mayo…. and it’s made with things that I keep on hand