Sure, you can cook a meal by heating an oil, butter or even a can of mayo. However, the ingredients inside of this jar are already cooked and ready for use. In order to make mayo, you will have to heat it to the point that it can be poured inside of a jar, and then put the jar in a fridge to cool it down.
When it comes to homemade mayo, you can heat it in the microwave, open the jar, pour it into the jar, close the jar, and then put it in the fridge. However, in this case, the jar is not in a fridge – it’s inside a heat pump, and is being heated by a small burner. That means there probably isn’t enough oil inside of the jar to cook it, because most good oil is stored close to the surface.
This is a good point. This recipe would definitely benefit from a little more oil.
So what does the recipe say? It says to heat the mayonnaise in the microwave for about 1 minute. To do so, it says to put the mayonnaise in the microwave for about 1 minute, then place it in the refrigerator for about 10 minutes. But we know that our microwave is not in the fridge, so we’re gonna do it all in one go.
So we start with the mayo. Microwave the mayo, then add the ketchup. Microwave for about 10 minutes. Then add the mustard. Microwave for about 10 minutes. Finally, we add the lemon juice. Microwave for about 10 minutes.
It’s not clear if the microwave should be heating the mayo for 10 or 20 minutes. Either way, the result is the same. If it’s for 10 minutes, you end up with a thick, rubbery mayonnaise. If it’s for 20 minutes, you end up with a thick, rubbery mayonnaise that doesn’t look or taste like anything.
The best I can come up with is that the mayo is probably heated for 10 minutes and then the ketchup and mustard for about 10 minutes. However, that doesnt really explain the rubbery, weird looking mayo.
I just hate mayo. I love mayo, and its supposed to be the most perfect mayo ever. So if that is heating a mayo for 10 minutes and then stirring that with a fork for 10 minutes, I am going to be very displeased.
I mean, I guess it is like the difference between a meatball and a meatloaf, but I think a mayo is a meatball. I mean, I think a chicken breast is meat.