4 Reviews

I wasn't sure what I was going to make of this recipe but it sounded different enough to work. It did certainly turn out to taste different but in a good way. I agree that the longer it chilled the better it tasted. In particular, I thought that the longer it chilled the more the earthy taste of the fresh chives came out and cut through the sweetness of the mixture. I served this as a spread on turkey sandwiches and that worked well. I also used fat free mayo to make it pretty much guilt free. Made for Aus/NZ tag.

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Sarah_Jayne August 31, 2008

this is a full-flavor mayo that can be used with many recipes and only gets better will chilling time, I added in 1 teaspoon of fresh garlic, thanks for sharing hon, will make again!...Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz October 17, 2007

The family was divided on this one, with me enjoying it more than most, Russell the least. I thought it was simple to make and really good alongs ide our ham and turkey. I put the leftovers in a coleslaw I made today for a Boxing Day BBQ.

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JustJanS December 26, 2005

Made this for Thanksgiving. I really liked it with our turkey. I increased cranberry sauce to 1/2 cup and lime juice. Will make again. Thank-you.

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ChefRed November 25, 2005
Cranberry Lime Mayonnaise