How to make mayonnaise in a blender

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Do you want to make mayonnaise in a blender ? Congrats! You have reached the right place. Just go through the post below.

A Brief Introduction

Mayonnaise making with a blender is very easy. The blender will do the major parts of the entire process. You must make use of pasteurized eggs to stay safe from the salmonella infection.

Preparing fresh mayonnaise is simple and budget-friendly. And the taste will blow your mind. The silkiness of homemade mayonnaise is just mind-blowing. It is one of the emulsions, used in various recipes.

The Underlying Concept of Mayonnaise

Do you want to make mayonnaise at your comfort zone? You can definitely do, but it is better to understand its science first.

Mayonnaise is an oil emulsion in lemon juice. Lecithin (present in the egg yolks) stabilizes mayonnaise. It is known as “broken” mayonnaise. Maybe you have been mixing lemon juice and oil for a long time but it will result in a gooey mixture until you are adding the egg yolk (the stabilizing agent).

How to make mayonnaise in a blender

How to Make Mayonnaise in a blender

Let’s take a look at the ingredients of mayonnaise.


Egg Yolks: Two (it must be in room temperature)

Egg: Once (it needs to be in room temperature)

Lemon Juice: One tablespoon (it must be freshly-squeezed), you can add more if needed

Dijon-style Mustard: One teaspoon

Salt: Half teaspoon

White Pepper: A big pinch (must be freshly ground)

Vegetable Oil: Two cups


Since this recipe needs raw eggs, you must make use of only the freshest eggs. Once eggs start getting old, lecithin starts breaking down. As a result, the stabilizing capability of the egg yolk starts reducing that is very important in making mayonnaise.

Do you prefer vinegar than lemon juice? You can use vinegar but lemon juice can greatly improve the mayonnaise flavor.

When it comes to preparing a basic mayonnaise, you should use oil with a gentle flavor. Thus, you can prevent oil from overpowering other ingredients of mayonnaise.

Do you want to refrigerate the mayonnaise? Yes?

You must make use of refined oil like sunflower oil or pure olive oil. If you use unrefined oil, it will solidify after being chilled. However, later, it will get separated once it returns into room temperature.

Take a blender and start adding whole egg, salt, egg yolks, white pepper, mustard, and lemon juice. Start blending for ten seconds. You can keep blending for more time if needed. However, the resulting mixture must be creamy.

Start pouring the oil in a very slow pace and small quantities for initiating the emulsion procedure. In this stage, you need to add a small amount of oil (10 to 15%). You must wait for around 30 seconds between two additions. Remember, you must add oil slowly in a small amount when it is for the first time.

Once the sauce starts thickening, you might include the oil within a thin stream. You must not stop the blender in this step. Check carefully whether the oil is getting absorbed well. So, stop pouring the oil every couple of seconds. Now, it’s time for adding around 50% oil in this step.

Now, keep pouring 1 1/2 cups of oil that is remaining. However, it is not necessary to make use of the entire remaining oil in this stage.

It’s time for stopping the blender. And now you need to start tasting the mayonnaise to check the flavor. Don’t forget to check the consistency.

Do you think there is a problem in seasoning? If it is so, just try to correct it.

Do you think you have got a very thick mayonnaise? Yes? It’s time to add some warm water. Or. You can add lemon the needed amount of juice. As a result, your mayonnaise will become thin. You can start using this mayonnaise in this stage.

Do you need further thicker mayonnaise? You can add the leftover oil and get a thicker mayonnaise.

Next, you need to pour the prepared mayonnaise to a jar and refrigerate it. Are you not using it now? It’s okay. Just take a plastic wrap and cover the jar before refrigerating. You can use it for one week. Remember, the freshness of the eggs will determine the longevity of your mayonnaise.

You will get around 2 to 2 1/4 cups of mayonnaise in this process. It’s time to make something delicious with your homemade mayonnaise.

Some More Tips 

Each of the mayonnaise ingredients needs to be at room temperature. But, if you feel, you can take warm water and immerse the eggs in them for only 10 minutes. Thus, you can get them to the correct temperature and then break them for making mayonnaise.

I hope you have got some insightful information into mayonnaise. It’s time to prepare mayonnaise at your home and surprise your near and dear ones.

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