A quick and easy homemade mayonnaise recipe, using whole eggs instead of just the yolk, ready in under 10 minutes!Marthinus Strydom
The origin of mayonnaise is uncertain, but it is believed to have originated in France in the late 18th century. The word "mayonnaise" is derived from "mahonnaise," the French word for a sauce made with eggs and oil. Some say it was created in honor of the French victory at the Battle of Mahon and named after the port city of Mahon in Minorca, Spain. Others believe it was created by chef de cuisine of the Duke de Richelieu, who is said to have first served it in 1756.
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This recipe makes 1 cup (1 serving). Change the servings above to adjust the recipe. So 2 servings will make 2 cups, etc.)