Fish Oil Mayo
Ingredients (as always, as organic as possible)
One Note on Erythritol:
it does not blend easily, so when you get it home, the first thing
you should do is put it into a blender and grind it into a powder.
This will help it blend into your sauces. If you don't grind this
into a powder, it will take a bit longer to dissolve.
The reason you have three choices for the Fish Oil is that it
contains a "lot" of lemon juice. So super tangy is 3 oz, medium
tangy is 2 oz, and just tangy 1 oz.
Start by melting your cup of coconut oil. Then take all the
other ingredients, listed after the egg yolks and put them into a
shaker: mustard, erythritol or stevia, apple cider vinegar, salt,
and white pepper and shake well.
Toss the egg yolks into your mixing bowel. Mix
your flax oil and fish oil together, then slowly add the mixture to
the egg yolks just a few
drops at a time with the mixer on high. A very thin drizzle at first
is best; you want to make sure you're getting enough air into
the mixture. Add the oil very, very slowly for at least four ounces
and then once you see designs formed in the mixture (this shows
solidity), you can add the
oils a bit faster.
When finished the flax/fish
oil mixture, it's time to mix in the coconut oil. You don't need to do this
as slowly, but don't add it too quickly. Stop once in a while and
use a spatula to wipe the excess coconut oil off the sides and blend
it in. You should take about a
minute to add the entire cup. You'll want to stir with a spatula as
the bowl spins to get pull the excess oil from the sides and mix it
Then blend in the
ingredients in your shaker (slowly), use your spatula to make sure
everything gets blended thoroughly, and refrigerate immediately.
Because of the coconut oil, it will stiffen with refrigeration.
There you have it. You now have, very possibly,
the healthiest mayonnaise in the universe. The oils in are the best
oils for your body and no carbs. These oils are used by your body
differently than most fats, so you really don't need to worry about calories. I
suppose the only way to make this even healthier would be to
substitute hemp oil for the flax oil, but I've not yet found a good
supplier for hemp oil.
You should also read the label of the fish oils.
They've added mixed tocopherols to protect the fish oils. This mayo
is super healthy.