Do you use this in place of mayonnaise for cold salads? I'm curious as to how you use it.My Mum has been making this for well over 50 years. It is a staple at our house over Christmas and the Summer. I do not know why it is called mayonnaise!
1 can condensed milk
dry mustard powder to taste.
Pour condensed milk into a bowl. Add a small amount of mustard powder and mix.
Add vinegar a little at a time. Add more mustard and vinegar until it meets your liking.
The mayonnaise will be quite thick and a beautiful light yellow colour.
Mary, yes. It is a very strange concept I know. We do not use it as a dressing IN salads such as potato or macaroni salad. We serve it on our green salads and on cold chicken etc. It is a thicker consistency.Do you use this in place of mayonnaise for cold salads? I'm curious as to how you use it.
I used some regular onions for the recipe. Added one large and one medium chopped tomato. Sliced some french bread and toasted it in the oven. We ate the whole recipe for dinner. Excellent. ThanksBLT Dip
1 cup mayonnaise ( I use Miracle Whip)
1 cup sour cream
1 pound bacon cooked crisp and crumbled up
2 medium tomatoes chopped up
green onions diced up --- optional (I do not use them)
Combine everything together and refrigerate until serving time. I like to make it the night before.
Serve with crackers or if you can keep up with people eating it use toast cut into pieces.
This dip always goes when taken somewhere