Recipe: Quick Garlic Mayo

I previously posted a Roasted Garlic Mayo that’s really superb … but you always don’t have the roasted garlic on hand or the time to prepare it…. some sandwiches and dips just need garlic mayo… so here’s a quick recipe using garlic powder and commercially prepared mayonnaise.


The amount of garlic powder needed will vary with personal tastes as well as age of your garlic powder… mine never lasts long in this house… we love garlic… all kinds… but if yours has been around a while it may not be as potent… so the taste test is always the best guide.

Refrigerating the garlic mayo for at least an hour will set the garlic flavor better. I stored mine in an airtight container in the fridge overnight and the next day it was wonderfully garlicy.

I always use Hellman’s Real Mayonnaise… using a different mayonnaise will, in my opinion, change the taste…

Use my amounts as a guide and alter it to your tastes. Just remember if you’re storing it for later use, the garlic flavor will get stonger.

Recipe: Quick Garlic Mayo

All you need:

¼ cup Hellman’s Real Mayonnaise
1 teaspoon garlic powder

All you need to do:

Mix mayo and garlic powder in a small bowl.

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