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Old 05-19-2013, 01:43 PM   #1
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Back during college while taking a food science class the head chef turned me on to rubbing my ribs with my favorite rub and then spreading a tablespoon of mayo all over the ribs and I've been doing it ever since. I know a lot people use mustard but i was just wondering if anyone has tried mayo?? Too late for the prep pics but I have 3 slabs going now and will post pics here directly.
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Old 05-19-2013, 02:22 PM   #2
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Old 05-19-2013, 02:25 PM   #3
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I've done it on Chicken with some Mrs dash IIRC it worked pretty good, Hmmm.... I might have to do that again
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Mayo is eggs and oil... I've made chocolate cakes with Duke's Mayo.. so why not, it's an idea I hadn't thought about. .
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Mayo, interesting. I have used mustard, but never considered mayo.
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Mayo is eggs and oil... I've made chocolate cakes with Duke's Mayo.. so why not, it's an idea I hadn't thought about. .
Eggs, oil, and vinegar the ultimate tenderizer.
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for sure there is no reason it wouldn't work. wife is allergic to eggs so i gotta stick with mustard most of the times. but will try it on some pork next time.
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You put the rub on before the mayo?
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We rub our fish with mayo. Outstanding!!!
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Love mayo so why not?
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Would the egg part in mayo help browning too like it does with an egg wash on bread? It gives my hamburger buns a nice thick crust so would it do that with meat and mayo?
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Great idea, I will give it a try. I am always searching for more delicious ways to cook!
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You put the rub on before the mayo?
I put the rub on first and then rub the mayo in but can't see why you couldn't reverse the steps
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Would the egg part in mayo help browning too like it does with an egg wash on bread? It gives my hamburger buns a nice thick crust so would it do that with meat and mayo?
Dont see a noticeable color change in the browning but mayo tastes great and its an excellent tenderizer.
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