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Home made mayo too runny, what should I use it for?

I know what went wrong, that's not the problem. I have 4 cups of runny mayo, making Caesar dressing tomorrow, going to use some to marinate chicken breasts, any other great uses?

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  1. Hate to answer your question with a question, but what's up with mayo in a Caesar dressing? I've never heard of that. What else are you putting in it? Please.

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    1. re: c oliver

      I can see repurposing a *runny* mayo in Caesar salad dressing, replacing the yolks and oil, maybe some of the lemon juice. Doesn't seem far-fetched to me. In fact it sounds like a clever solution.

      1. re: Soul Vole

        Never said far-fetched, just asking. And OP gave the recipe she uses and it makes perfect sense.

      2. re: c oliver

        They're pretty similar, other than proportions and some seasoning. It never occurred to me until now and I have made both.

        1. re: c oliver

          Here is the one I have used for years' Husband is very particular about his Caesar dressing and has had every one in restaurants near and far, this is his favorite. I don't care if it's not right, he won't back down.
          http://www.food.com/recipe/kittencals...

        2. Try using it in place of butter on a grilled cheese or some such. It's surprisingly good. Apparently that idea also works with garlic bread, though I haven't tried it.

            1. There are lots of cake recipes that all for mayo - it's just eggs and oil, after all.

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              1. re: biondanonima

                I use mayo in banana bread- turns out really good!

              2. You could mix it up with some sour cream and blue cheese and grated garlic for a nice salad dressing.