in a broccoli salad recipe I have that calls for it
Haven't gotten all the way through the thread yet, so hoping I'm not being redundant, but I'd love it if you shared this recipe! My 17 mo old will eat broccoli, but gets bored of the usual preparations so looking for other means to get those veggies down him! Oh, and I like broccoli too, so would love to try it!
FYI, it appears that you can get Duke's Mayo on Amazon Also appears to be a sugar-free version. I think I might try it! I like mayo alright, but I really like Miracle Whip! Any fool-proof method for making mayo at home?
I grew up with Miracle Whip or rather I avoided it because I just didn't like the taste of it. Mom only purchased Miracle Whip when i was growing up so I didn't know about mayonnaise until I was in my mid-teens. I think mayonnaise is much better. To this day my mom still will ask if I want Miracle Whip on my sandwich and I'm 53. No thanks, Mom, I still don't like it.
So how about you? Do you prefer Miracle Whip or mayonnaise?
Same thing here!!! Mom only bought Miracle Whip. Used it in all her salads etc. I didn't know I liked Deviled eggs or Chicken Salad until I realized the rest of the world uses Mayonnaise!
I don't like mayonnaise- it's just of gross. Miracle whip has more taste, and a bit of a nice vinegar tang, that is missing in regular mayonnaise. I like Miracle Whip on some kinds of sandwiches, real butter on others, plain mustard on others, or horseradish for beef. For tuna salad, you have to use a good tartar sauce, not plain mayo, and definitely not miracle whip. Egg salad tastes far better if you use Miracle whip instead of mayonnaise.
Before you people start in on Miracle Whip having sugar in it, I suggest you read the ingredient list on Hellman's.
^^ I agree regarding tuna - not just plain mayo, but around here at least, most tartar sauce is just mayo mixed with pickle relish, maybe a little lemon if you are lucky. So, I use mayo, relish, and a bit of mustard in my tuna salad (finely chopped apple is good as well!)
Both products are pretty low in sugar - but Miracle Whip does have more (a whopping one gram per serving, verses Hellman's zero), sugar comes before eggs in the Miracle Whip ingrediate list - while it places behind salt and vinegar in Hellman's.