Saturday, October 4, 2008

Jackie's Raw Mayonnaise and Ranch Dressing Recipes

Jackie's Raw Mayonnaise Recipe:

2 large egg yolks and 2 whole eggs (room temperature) - if using small eggs, add a 5th whole egg
2 Tbl white wine vinegar or lemon juice
2 Tbl whey (this is the natural preservative)
1/2 to 1 tsp raw honey (depends on who sweet you like it)
1 to 2 tsp dry mustard powder
1 1/4 tsp Celtic Sea Salt
1/8 tsp ground white pepper
2 cups olive oil

Mix everything together (except the oil) in a food processor or blender for 30 seconds to 1 minute, then very slowly add the oil. By the time all the oil has been added, it should be the proper consistency. This makes about 3 cups.

Jackie's Raw Ranch Dressing Recipe:

This is just a dump and taste as you go recipe. I'll give you the ingredients I use and you'll just have to figure out how much of each to add.

Raw mayonniase
Raw buttermilk or milk (add until the correct consistency)
Raw vinegar (apple cider or white wine both work)
Raw honey
Garlic (fresh minced or powder)
Onion (fresh minced or powder
Parsley (dried or fresh)
Salt and pepper

6 comments:

Helen Hoke said...

Jackie, I am not familiar with Whey. On Azure Standard's website, I see a bulk product called "Milk Powder, Sweet Whey", is that it? They also have "Mineral Whey" which seems to be from goats milk and it is a whole lot more expensive. I want to make sure I order the right product. Thank you!

jyhoke said...

Can I use raw apple cider vinegar to make mayonnaise instead of white wine vineger? Thanks

Cheesemakin' Mamma said...

I'm not sure what "sweet whey" is. Whey is what is left over after you make cheese or sour raw milk. It is the clear liquid part. It has great nutritional value and acts as a preservative, but you could still make this recipe without it. You just might have to use it up faster. With whey, I've never had my mayo go bad, granted we go through it pretty quickly.

Cheesemakin' Mamma said...

You can use apple cider vinegar, but it may change the taste. Who knows, you may like it better :)

Helen Hoke said...
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Cheesemakin' Mamma said...

Interesting. I've heard of using that cheese making method, but never tried it myself. Yes, I would still use the whey. I'm sure it would be just fine. Glad you had good results with you cheese!

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