Spicy Green Mayo

Spicy Green Mayo

spicy mayo Finally, a healthy homemade mayo that tastes good! The homemade mayos I’ve tried do not taste good. Not this one! The spice adds a lot and so does the avocado.

Once you clean up your diet and get rid of all those salad dressings and sauces with “bad” oils and chemicals such as MSG, not to mention the excess sugar and high fructose corn syrup, you might wonder…. what do I use for mayo? Most of the commercially available mayos are made with canola oil and/or soybean oil (not good!). And instead of high fructose corn syrup, they have “organic cane sugar”.

Still not what you want. This “Green Godess” mayo is made from real ingredients that give you good nutrition and all good fats. Spice it as much as you like. Spice not your thing? Dial it back a bit. It’s made for adjustments.

You do find an egg in the recipe. Great nutrition if you are not reactive to eggs.

Use the mayo on chopped salads (made of purple chopped cabbage and romaine with red, orange and yellow peppers, onion, olive and turkey/pork/beef or chicken….yum!)

Or use it on the lettuce wraps or tacos. Even use it as a dip for raw veggies. Try it and let us know how you use it.



Spicy Green Mayo
A healthy mayo that tastes amazing! Make it spicy or not and use it on tacos, chopped salads, lettuce wraps or as a dip for veggies.
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  1. 1 Egg
  2. 1 tsp mustard powder
  3. ½ tsp Himilayan salt
  4. ½ ripe avocado
  5. ½ c olive oil
  6. 2 Tbsp of lemon juice
  7. 1 minced garlic clove
  8. 2 ½ Tbsp chives, chopped
  9. dash of cayenne or chili powder (adjust to taste)
  1. Put egg, mustard powder, cayenne or chili powder, salt and avocado in VitaMix or blender. Mix on a medium speed until all ingredients are combined. Turn VitaMix on high, then slowly pour in olive oil.
  2. Once your mayo peaks, turn VitaMix to a medium speed. Add the lemon juice, garlic and chives, mix until combined.
  1. Store in fridge in glass container.
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