Caramelized Onion Rémoulade

Caramelized Onion Rémoulade


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Wine Pairing​

You must try this caramelized onion Rémoulade. It’s an excellent savory dip that pairs so well with anything. An easy mayonnaise recipe with the full flavor of sweet diced onion that melts in your mouth.

People might think that homemade mayonnaise is super tricky since online tutorials talk about emulsification — which sounds technical. And whisking by hand is a gruesome part of making your mayo.

The original recipe for mayonnaise call for whisking the egg yolks and oil by hand until it’s emulsified. But, machines such as food processors and blenders are the best solution to create a delicious and easy mayonnaise without breaking a sweat.

A perfect mayonnaise should have a slightly thick, glossy, and wobbly consistency. What if your mayonnaise is thick? You may thin it out by adding oil and continue whisking until it emulsifies again. If you added too much oil, you just need to add an egg yolk and continue to whisk or blend.

Spread this flavored mayonnaise recipe on a slice of a homemade bread for your next batch of sandwiches. Or use it on some tasty potato croquettes or chicken croquettes.

If you feel adventurous, you may use white wine instead of lemon in this caramelized onion rémoulade recipe. The acidity of rich white wines makes the mayonnaise even more flavorful and creates a wonderful texture. You can use the following white wines for this recipe:

  • Chardonnay
  • Viognier
  • Marsanne

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