Uses of Mayonnaise
Mayonnaise is highly popular as a commercial condiment all over the world. Therefore in various countries, people use it diversely.
Mayonnaise finds uses in almost every cuisine and adds the raw taste to the various fast food items.
It is used as a sandwich spread, along with the french fries and so on.
In European countries, mayonnaise is offered with fried potatoes, frozen chicken and hard boiled eggs.
In Japanese islands, mayonnaise is used to garnish salads and in a variety of dishes as a taste maker. Its texture is thinner than the other world famous varieties of mayonnaise as it contains extra vinegar.
Russians prepare mayonnaise with the help of sunflower oil and it is an integral part of every kitchen In Russia.
The third major consumers of the world, Chilean residents relish mayonnaise with locos, hot dogs, French fries, and boiled potatoes, etc.
Mayonnaise also forms the base of many other popular sauces and condiments. The dominant taste of the mayonnaise is simply mouthwatering.
There are several varieties of mayonnaise and eggfree mayonnaise is also manufactured in many parts of the world. However, true mayonnaise comprises of egg yolk and its shimmery yellow color defines its rich taste.