"Miracle Whip" Recipe

"Miracle Whip"

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Ingredients

-2 egg yolks -1/2 teaspoon salt -1 tablespoon powdered sugar -1 tablespoon lemon juice -1 tablespoon cider vinegar -1 teaspoon dry mustard -1/4 teaspoon paprika -1/4 teaspoon garlic powder -salt -1 1/2 cups oil

How to make "Miracle Whip"


  1. Using an electric mixer, blend all ingredients except oil.
  2. Slowly pour in 1 cup oil, a few drops at a time, mixing thoroughly.
  3. Pour in a container and store in the refrigerator.
  • winnie
    winnie says

    Love the smooth texture of the whip! I want to dip my finger into it ^.^

  • BenNg
    BenNg says

    This is an emulsion. Try adding lecithin to make it even more stable. Cheers!

  • wanderyng1
    wanderyng1 says

    Actually the point of this is to avoid all the junk that is added into store-bought "Miracle Whip," but I appreciate the suggestion.

  • Anika
    Anika says

    Lecithin is actually really good for you. You can get it from the health food store and people use it as a supplement.

  • wanderyng1
    wanderyng1 says

    Lecithin and its associated supplements, as well as the food additive are most commonly derived from soy, more precisely unfermented soy. Unfermented soy products are rich in enzyme inhibitors. Enzymes such as amylase lipase and protease are secreted into the digestive tract to help break down food and free nutrients for assimilation into the body. The high content of enzyme inhibitors in unfermented soybeans interferes with this process and makes carbohydrates and proteins from soybeans impossible to completely digest. Unfermented soy has been linked to digestive distress, immune system breakdown, PMS, endometriosis, reproductive problems for men and women, allergies, ADD and ADHD, higher risk of heart disease and cancer, malnutrition, and loss of libido. So I'll reiterate...the point of this is to avoid all the junk that is added into store-bought "Miracle Whip," but I appreciate the suggestion.

  • leandrokoiti
    leandrokoiti says

    u think fresh minced garlic would work? I'm looking forward to try this one

  • wanderyng1
    wanderyng1 says

    I think it probably would, though you might want to play with the amount of sugar...it might taste a little weird if it's sweet.

  • leandrokoiti
    leandrokoiti says

    I see, thanks a lot!

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