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Nuggets with MayoKetchup

8 Jan

Mayo what?????

People who are not from Puerto Rico usually ask me that question when I mention the Puerto Rican concoction MayoKetchup.  It’s exactly what it sounds like… a mixture of mayonnaise and ketchup. 

Who invented it?  I don’t know.  I do know that some guy registered the name and the mixture, bottles it and sells it in supermarkets.  But why pay someone to mix something you already have in your fridge or cupboard?  I’ll show you how.



Egg-less mayonnaise
Garlic Salt to taste
  1. In a bowl, mix 1 part ketchup to 1 1/2 parts mayonnaise… the thing is to have a bit more mayo than ketchup. 
  2. Sprinkle and mix in some garlic salt to give an added dimension of flavor to the sauce. 

Use this to dip your favorite snacks…  I used it today to dunk some veggie “chicken” nuggets.  This is my version of fast food at home.  I also use it to dunk corn sorullitos, potato chips, and even as a base for a Thousand Island dressing.


 I hope you like it as much as I do.

My favorite mayonnaise… Vegenaise

6 Jan

Just wanted to share with you my favorite brand of egg-less mayonaise… Vegenaise.  Particularly, the grapeseed oil variety.  It’s creamy, thick, rich… the closest thing to Helman’s Mayo.  You’ll find it in the refrigerated section of your neighborhood health food store.


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