Mayonnaise has a complicated history that differs from country to country. It is most usually credited to France, but it can also be traced back to Spain. We’re here to help you select the best mayonnaise for your family. It’s thick, creamy, and rich, and it goes well with bread, bagels, potatoes, and sandwiches, among other things. It’s a fantastic salad dressing and accompaniment to freshly grilled meat; it never displeases.
Replace the extra virgin olive oil with light-flavored olive oil and white wine vinegar for a healthier version.