Italian mayonnaise

Italian mayonnaise

Simple, pure ingredients combine in this creamy condiment that delivers zest for days. The perfect complement to salads, omelets, and Italian cold cuts such as prosciutto, pancetta, capicola, and mortadella. One word: flawless. Mangia!

Italian mayonnaise

Simple, pure ingredients combine in this creamy condiment that delivers zest for days. The perfect complement to salads, omelets, and Italian cold cuts such as prosciutto, pancetta, capicola, and mortadella. One word: flawless. Mangia!
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4 servingservings

Ingredients

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Instructions

Instructions are for 4 servings. Please modify as needed.

  1. Mix mayonnaise and Italian seasoning in a small bowl.
  2. Set aside for 30 minutes or more to let the flavors develop. Check if it needs additional seasoning.
  3. Keep refrigerated for up to 4-5 days.

Tip!

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4 comments

  1. Kap
    How can this keep for 6 months if the original Mayonnaise recipe only keeps for 5 days?
    Reply: #2
  2. SHEA
    4-6 months is for the seasoning mix.
  3. Alison
    Ha ha I thought that’s a lot of herbs for that amount of mayo.
    Then of course I realised this was for prep and storage.
    Looking forward to testing this out on my family. Thank you
  4. BlueEyedRedhead
    Does anyone out there realize that Italians don't eat "salad". Vegetable and preserved meats yes.... not salad.

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