This dairy free and egg free mayonnaise tastes nearly like the original version! Actually I think the taste is much better...and its healthy! :- )
For the first time I recommend to make a small amount of the mayonnaise ( thats about 1/4 cup-1/2cup of almond milk )
A similar variation of this recipe i got from Ani Phyo but i decided to alter it a bit to suit my tastes because she used dates and a few other ingredients that i didn't have in my kitchen. Its super fast and super yummy and came together in my magic bullet in about a minute. Using the cherry tomato's gives the sauce a really nice orange-y color which looks pretty topped on a veggie pasta or spaghetti squash. ENJOY! :)
OK, this may sound like an exotic or hard to get main ingredient--but its actually probably growing in your yard! If you've never tried chickweed, youve GOT to try it. its a mild, tender green, and it just tastes, well, GREEN. it also grows abundantly and spreads. harvest it by taking the vibrant green tips, the first few inches or so. it will grow back in a few days. apparently it also grows through the winter in some climates. you dont want the mouse-eared, hairy chickweed, you want the one with smooth leaves that can be identified by holding it up to light and you will see a row of hairs running up the side, that changes sides at each leaf junction.
Anyway, every time i make this, i end up practically licking the food processor. and there never any left to save. it is THAT good. and great to use while the traditional basil for pesto is out of season.
Creamy and warming. This dressing is very versatile.