Plamil Organic Egg Free Mayonnaise 315g
Smooth delicious organic mayo. Top seller!Average Reviews Customer Reviews Write Review
Plamil's egg free mayonnaise range leads the market in all respects. However you like to use mayonnaise, plamil egg free mayo is just what your looking for, surpassing all others in fabulous taste and superior quality.
* Dairy free
* Cholesterol free
* Gluten free
* High in essential polyunsaturates
* No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives
HIGHLY COMMENDED IN THE COOK VEGETARIAN BEST VEGAN PRODUCT AWARD 2011!
Ideal on salads, potatoes and makes an excellent spread.
Refrigerate once open.
Sunflower oil* (55%), water (33%), cider vinegar*, sugar*, sea salt, soya beans*, lemon juice*, mustard flour*, stabilisers: guar* & xanthan gums.
Energy 2115kJ/514kcal, Protein 0.74g, Carbohydrate 4.0g, Fat 55.0g
Contain soya and mustard.
No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
Dairy Free, Egg Free, Gluten Free, Lactose Free, Nut Free, Organic, Vegan, Vegetarian, Wheat Free
Customer reviews - Plamil Organic Egg Free Mayonnaise 315g
Wed 16th May 2007
Hey - the ingredients have changed! This is now soya free too - a total BARGAIN if you are a mayo lover and you can't have dairy, eggs or soya.Reviewer's Name:
RecipesSpicy Coleslaw -
Sat 8th Sep 2012
Make a colourful coleslaw with an Indian flavour by shredding red and white cabbage, and carrots and mixing with mayonnaise seasoned with aromatic spices such as turmeric, coriander and cumin and black pepper.Reviewer's Name:
Sat 22nd Oct 2011
A very decent vegan replacement for mayonnaise. Has quite a tang to it, which I quite like.Reviewer's Name:
Miss JL BattenTry... -
Thu 14th Jun 2012
Try making tartare sauce by mixing mayonnaise with chopped green herbs, finely chopped shallots, a little mustard and some finely chopped capers. Reviewer's Name:
Rebekah The best vegan mayo I -
Wed 10th Oct 2012
Vegan mayos (and salad creams) are a bit hit and miss, especially if you are looking for something that tastes exactly like dairy/poultry mayo. All the ones I have tried are an acquired taste and this is no exception, however, it is imo the easiest one to get used to and like the taste of. It has a somewhat tangy taste whereas regular mayo is pretty tasteless but still addictive. The Plamil mayo however is not only healthy and moorish but healthy too - and it has the most similar texture to regular mayo that I've come across. So after a few tries it's easy to want this on you food like you would regular mayo.Reviewer's Name:
D BISALA A fridge staple. -
Sun 30th Jun 2013
I have this all the time, I love the zingy/tangy flavour and smooth, creamy, thick texture. I use it as dollop addition on top of meals but also as a thickener in soups and lentils.Reviewer's Name:
Lalita B -
Wed 31st Jul 2013
The added sugar is the only negative I have with this which the non-organic versions don't have. Still tastes great though adding a tanginess to any food like fish and new potatoes.Reviewer's Name: