As promised here are the recipes for the Mayo, Date Syrup and Ranch I use. These recipes I got offline but I tweeked a tad for my liking. Enjoy! Happy New Year!
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A cup of pitted dates pulsed until chopped then blended on high speeded with 3/4 cup of water and a sprinkle of fresh lemon juice. This is used as a fantastic sweetener for items that require honey, maple syrup or sugar. It is a nice fruit substitute. Proceed with caution. Even though it is fruit it is high in sugar. This item I would not over use, but it is great to have on hand when needed.
Extra Light Olive Oil
**All must be room temperature**
For this I use an emulsifier hand blender.
I start by cracking both eggs into a mason jar (note this has to be wide enough to fit the blender head) - I add 1/4 cup of light olive oil, 1 tsp of dijon mustard, squeeze 1/2 of a lemon and cracked sea salt (approx 1/2 tsp).
I mix until blended.
then I start to drizzle more olive oil. Slow drizzle while continuously blending.
Continue until it reaches a mayonaise consistancy. I believe this is another 1/2 of cup of olive oil. This is a continuous slow pour while blending.
This is honestly the best mayo I have ever had. DELISH! Enjoy
RANCH ** Pictured next to the Buffalo Wings **
Homemade Mayo (See Above)
Water, Coconut Milk or Almond Milk
Once you have your homemade mayo you can experiment with different dressings and sauces. I use this for dipping my compliant buffalo wings. I have never tried it on salads.
I utilize a batch of the homemade mayo add another 1/2 of fresh squeezed lemon.
Pinches of pepper, paprika, garlic and onion powder.
A small bunch of finely chopped chives, parsley & dill
I hand stir until blended then I add water/almond or coconut milk depending on the consistancy I need.
For wings I keep it very thick so it is very little added. You can also add more lemon juice if you do not mind the extra lemon flavor.