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A question about a recipe: Milk "Mayonnaise" (Maionese de Leite)

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I have a question about the ingredient "About 3/4 cup vegetable oil, or 1/2 cup vegetable oil plus 1/4 cup olive oil" on the recipe "Milk "Mayonnaise" (Maionese de Leite)" from amanda. Has anyone tried using Walnut oil in this recipe?

asked by Jesse Einstein about 2 years ago
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It would have a very strong walnut taste that might be overpowering or unpleasant
I would use mostly veggie oil with just a few tablespoons of walnut oil. If you love the taste of walnut oil, go ahead and try substituting the 1/4 cup olive oil. Just be aware that it will have a sting tast unlike normal mayo.