No eggs required!
Mayonnaise can be used as a substitute for egg, and is a popular ingredient in American baking. Particularly good in cakes and cookies, the mayonnaise gives a moist, light and fluffy texture. Simply substitute 1 egg for 2 tbsp Luxury Mayonnaise.
Peel three hard boiled eggs, cut them in half lengthways, carefully scoop out the yolks and place in a bowl. Roughly mash the yolks with a fork then add 1 tbsp Luxury Mayonnaise, 1 tbsp Dijon mustard and salt to taste. Place the egg white halves on a serving plate. Fill each hollow with a little of the egg yolk mixture, sprinkle with paprika or cayenne pepper and serve.
Elote is a popular Mexican street snack - grilled corn on the cob spread with a creamy sauce made with mayonnaise, chilli and lime, then rolled in crumbled cotija cheese. To recreate it at home, mix together Luxury Mayonnaise with freshly squeezed lime juice, chilli powder, salt and pepper. Spread this generously over cooked corn on the cobs (either steamed or barbecued) then roll the cobs in crumbled Feta or Parmesan and serve.
Mix half a jar of Luxyry Mayonnaise with 3 tbsp of your favourite Mary Berry's chutney, 1 tsp Madras curry paste, a squeeze of fresh lime juice and salt and pepper to taste. Use as a dip; as a canapé spooned onto melba toast; or spread it on a sliced baguette and top with cold roast chicken and beef tomatoes.
Ultimate burger sauce
An easy to make condiment popular in the States, simply mix Luxury Mayonnaise with a little ketchup and sweet pickle relish, spoon generously onto burgers to give them a flavour boost.
The Russian take on potato salad, of which there are many variations. Basically a classic potato salad made with boiled new potatoes, Luxury Mayonnaise, chopped spring onions, lemon juice, salt and pepper - but with added extras which usually include cubed meat (ham or chicken) boiled vegetables (peas, diced carrots) and decorated with strips of pepper and beetroot. The perfect recipe for using up leftovers in the fridge!