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Honey, Dill and Mustard Mayo

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Serves 3

A sweet, comforting condiment with a great mix of tastes. Works great with fish and can be thinned to work as a dressing for salads.

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Ingredients

  • 10g of fresh Dill, finely diced
  • 2 teaspoons of Wholegrain Mustard, extra according to taste
  • 3 teaspoons of clear runny honey
  • 1 egg yolk
  • approx. 150ml of vegetable oil or any other innocuous-tasting oil
  • Pinch of Garlic Salt
  • Dash of Cider Vinegar

Method

    1. Pop the egg yolk into a bowl and slowly whisk in the oil a little bit at a time, ensuring the oil is completely dispersed before adding more.
    2. After a few minutes the mixture will get fairly thick; add a little bit of cider vinegar at a time and mix to thin the mixture as desired and prevent curdling.
    3. - If your mixture starts curdling despite the vinegar simply fetch a new bowl, pop another egg yolk in it and gradually add your mixture to the new bowl -
    4. Continue to steadily add oil and constantly mix.
    5. Throw in the dill, mustard, honey and garlic salt and mix.
    6. Enjoy!

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