Eggless Mayonnaise

Eggless Mayonnaise is one of the easiest thing to make at home. Home made version is not only tasty but also healthy as we are making it using curd. I have added some cream but you can skip that to make it healthier.

I have got this recipe from my Aunt in law (Sangeeta Chachiji) who makes it quite often. When I tasted it for the first time I could not believe that it was homemade. Once you taste homemade Mayonnaise you will never buy it from a store. It tastes so fresh and we can even add herbs of our choice.
Eggless Mayonnaise - healthy, vegetarian, made from curd/yogurt

You can use this in sandwiches, burgers and burritos. As this doesn’t take much effort and has a short shelf life, it is best to prepare it in small quantities. You can add the herbs directly to the mayonnaise or add them later while using it to keep the flavors fresh.

How to make Eggless Mayonnaise
Preparation time: 5 minutes
no cooking required
lasts 4-5 days

1 cup hung curd
3 tbsp fresh cream
3 tbsp olive oil
1 tbsp white vinegar
1 tsp sugar
¼ tsp black pepper ( she uses white pepper)
½ tsp salt
1 tsp herbs of your choice
To make Eggless Mayonnaise

Mix hung curd with all the ingredients and whisk for 2-3 minutes. Eggless Mayonnaise is ready. Keep refrigerated. It can keep fresh for 4-5 days.

To make the sandwich just apply Eggless Mayonnaise on bread slice. Spread salad on the slice. Your kids will love these Sandwiches and can be sent in their lunchboxes.


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27 Responses to Eggless Mayonnaise

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  2. Sonakshi says:

    Hey…hv tried yesterday n it was awesome.thanks

  3. shelly says:

    maam can u pls tell me we can make this mayonese without olive oil. what can use instead of olive oil. pls reply soon thank u.

    • Nidhi says:

      HI Shelly. Olive oil adds health quotient and make it spreadable. if you do not eat olive oil you can try without that also.

  4. Parul says:

    Thanks for this wonderful recipe, Nidhi. My kids loved it. I was looking for a healthier alternative to market eggless mayo. Glad I found it. I added a clove of garlic-tasted great.

    • Nidhi says:

      Adding garlic is a good idea Parul. So glad your kids loved it. I have never bought mayo from market after trying this recipe.

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  6. Pooja Basugade says:

    thanks Nidhi ,

  7. Aadarsh says:

    Wel its luking delicious, nd seems really easy to make, thank u nidhi ji.

    • Nidhi says:

      Thanks Aadarsh. It is quite easy to make. Do try it.

      • Angelina says:

        Please may I ask you. That I want brown bread. Easy sandwich please
        Please tell me How to make it my belly is big. So easy recipes please

        • Nidhi says:

          HI angelina. Easiest sandwich is take a brown bread spread mayonnaise, mustard sauce, tomato ketchup add salad salt and pepper and thats it. for salad you can use cabbage, cucumber, tomato, onions, lettuce, carrots etc.

  8. Sona says:

    Please clarify which herbs did you use?
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  9. maneesha jain says:

    do post some latest snacks
    mayon was really good

  10. Apoorva says:

    Thank you, Nidhi ji and Sangeeta ji!
    I am a student and a total vegetarian, and couldn’t appreciate the eggless mayonnaise recipe anymore!! Its awesome 😀

  11. Maria says:

    Great post Nidhi, Pl tell to your aunt I will surely try this too as I hate egg mayonnaise and this sounds easy and healthy option 🙂

    • Nidhi says:

      Very easy and healthy Maria. with curd in it there is no need to restrict it in our diet. we can use it in whatever dish we like.

      • Chrissy says:

        The cake looks awesome. I love all thngis mango, who doesn’t?! I am guessing “hung curd” is just yogourt with the whey removed by hanging it in a cheese cloth? Could you please clarify? I really want to try this recipe..thanks!

  12. ASH Designs says:

    Can you please explain what is hung curd? Where can I get it or how can I make it for this recipe? Thank you.

    • Nidhi says:

      Just tie the regular curd in a muslin cloth and hang it for 2-3 hours so that only thick curd remains and all the water is drained.

  13. Sangeeta Jain says:

    Beta, you could have also used white pepper in place of black pepper….so the colour of Mayonnaise remain intact….photographs are very tempting….translated and posted by youngest brother-in-law 😛

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