Baconnaise... Bacon Mayonnaise From Scratch

Introduction: Baconnaise... Bacon Mayonnaise From Scratch

Please bacon lovers dont hate me for this but... Do you know whats the only problem with bacon??? ( i know bacon is perfect). that is not portable and you have to wait to cook it before you eat it.
NOT anymore, i bring you Baconnaise the perfect spread that is ready to eat and you can put on anything and i mean anything and you can even make crunchy or creamy Baconnaise.

This is a simple and fast way to make Baconnaise (bacon mayonnaise) from scratch.

Step 1: What You Are Going to Need

12 oz of oil
2 eggs
Juice of 1 lemon
A pack of delicious bacon
Food colorant 


Step 2: Get That Delicious Bacon Fat

The most important ingredient in mayonnaise its the oil so to make our Baconnaise we have to get as much bacon oil/fat as possible so we can get that bacon flavor.
Fry you bacon preferably on a Forman grill or and oven where you are gonna be able to separate the drippings from the bacon and that the bacon its not gonna stay frying in the oil that comes out. The reason for this is that the first thing that comes out of the bacon its mainly water, juices and fat and if you get any water in the mayonnaise it wont come out right.
After you see that water stops dripping and you can see only oil dripping remove the tray and collect the pure oil in a new tray.
Let the bacon fry until looks crispy and dry and most of the oil is out.
The bacon oil that you collected you are going to strain it to get the impurities out and then mix it with regular oil until you have 12oz of oil mix.
Save the bacon to add to the Baconnaise if you want crunchy Baconnaise.

Step 3: Preparation

Put the two full eggs in the blender and start it at the slowest speed.

Pour the oil in a small thin string very slowly into the eggs as they get blended. 
As it starts to thicken and you put all the oil add salt pepper and the lemon juice and the stop the blender. 
This process should not take more than 1 minute if you blend it for too long it will mess up and dont stop and star the blender once you added the oil or it will also mess up. 

Step 4: Finishing Touches

Take out the Baconnaise from the blender and put it into your favorite container.
You can out a little of food colorant in the Baconnaise and mix.
If you want crunchy Baconnaise cut the fried bacon in small pieces and add it to it if not just leave it like that and you have creamy Baconnaise.

Enjoy, now you can take your bacon everywhere and put it on anything you want anytime....... 

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    10 years ago on Step 4

    Raw egg, and pure oil with a touch of citrus? This is.. disturbing. THIS is what MAYONNAISE IS?! This is... not appealing. Nothing against your recipe at all, I just had NO IDEA mayonnaise was raw eggs and a ton of oil, two things I would NEVER eat by themselves. I've been smearing raw egg and oil on my sandwiches all my life... I'm... disturbed. I'm sure this is DELICIOUS. I'm going to vote for you, just for opening my eyes as to the things I've been eating totally unaware. Kudo, kudos! I will be thinking twice next time I get out the mayo!


    Reply 4 years ago

    po'guin1 you should read labels more often ... by the way i have used raw eggs most of my life & never had a problem .... i raise my own chickens ... here's the catch , the chicken uses a ton of energy to make one egg ... they usually lay on the average of 1 egg every 24-30 hours .... if a chicken gets sick the first thing it does is to stop laying so that the energy used for laying eggs is used to getting better {healthy} commercial eggs farms medicate their chickens every day so if they start to get sick the chicken heals quickly ... the problem w/ that besides the bigger picture of drug resistant diseases is that the chicken still lays eggs even though they are kinda sick which puts salmonellaon your plate .... buy your eggs from people that have a backyard flock & don't just medicate automatically .... if a farmer won't let you see their operation then be wary of their farming practices ...


    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    hahaha, thanks for the vote and yeah most people have no idea what mayonnaise is made of.


    Reply 8 years ago on Step 4

    i thought everyone knew that mayo was eggs and oil


    5 years ago

    They say everything is better with bacon and they may be right :) I have to try this, but will be cheating as I will use store bought mayo rather than making it with raw eggs.


    I feel full and fat just by looking at it. But heck, I'm gonna try it. Looks so delicious... I just hope that it doesn't become a habit :D