Mayonnaise

Mayonnaise

History of Mayonnaise 430g

The first trace of the name of mayonnaise is in a jelly recipe found in 1806. However, in this recipe an egg, which is the main ingredient in mayonnaise, was not used. One origin story, repeated in countless secondary sources, holds that the condiment was born in 1756 after French forces under the command of Duke de Richelieu laid siege to Port Mahon, on the Mediterranean island of Minorca, now a part of Spain, in the first European battle of the Seven Years’ War. The Duke’s chef, upon finding the island lacked the cream he needed for a righteous victory sauce, invented an egg and oil dressing dubbed mahonnaise for its place of birth. It’s been more than 50 years, mayonnaise came to Iran and ingredients had been changed for Iranian tastes and it’s one of the most popular dressings till now.

History of Mayonnaise 240g

The first trace of the word 'mayonnaise' is in a jelly recipe found in 1806. However, this recipe included no egg, which is the main ingredient in mayonnaise. One story on the origin of Mayonnaise, repeated in countless secondary sources, holds that the condiment was born in 1756 after French forces under the command of Duke de Richelieu laid siege to Port Mahon, on the Mediterranean island of Minorca, now a part of Spain, in the first European battle of the Seven Years’ War. The Duke’s chef didn’t manage to find the cream he needed for a righteous victory sauce, on that island. So he invented an egg and oil dressing dubbed mahonnaise after its place of birth. It has been over 50 years since mayonnaise came to Iran. Its ingredients have been adapted to Iranian taste, and it remains one of the most popular dressings to date.

History of Mayonnaise 1400g

The first trace of the word 'mayonnaise' is in a jelly recipe found in 1806. However, this recipe included no egg, which is the main ingredient in mayonnaise. One story on the origin of Mayonnaise, repeated in countless secondary sources, holds that the condiment was born in 1756 after French forces under the command of Duke de Richelieu laid siege to Port Mahon, on the Mediterranean island of Minorca, now a part of Spain, in the first European battle of the Seven Years’ War. The Duke’s chef didn’t manage to find the cream he needed for a righteous victory sauce, on that island. So he invented an egg and oil dressing dubbed mahonnaise after its place of birth. It has been over 50 years since mayonnaise came to Iran. Its ingredients have been adapted to Iranian taste, and it remains one of the most popular dressings to date.

History of Mayonnaise 970g

The first trace of the word 'mayonnaise' is in a jelly recipe found in 1806. However, this recipe included no egg, which is the main ingredient in mayonnaise. One story on the origin of Mayonnaise, repeated in countless secondary sources, holds that the condiment was born in 1756 after French forces under the command of Duke de Richelieu laid siege to Port Mahon, on the Mediterranean island of Minorca, now a part of Spain, in the first European battle of the Seven Years’ War. The Duke’s chef didn’t manage to find the cream he needed for a righteous victory sauce, on that island. So he invented an egg and oil dressing dubbed mahonnaise after its place of birth. It has been over 50 years since mayonnaise came to Iran. Its ingredients have been adapted to Iranian taste, and it remains one of the most popular dressings to date.

History of Mayonnaise 630g

The first trace of the word 'mayonnaise' is in a jelly recipe found in 1806. However, this recipe included no egg, which is the main ingredient in mayonnaise. One story on the origin of Mayonnaise, repeated in countless secondary sources, holds that the condiment was born in 1756 after French forces under the command of Duke de Richelieu laid siege to Port Mahon, on the Mediterranean island of Minorca, now a part of Spain, in the first European battle of the Seven Years’ War. The Duke’s chef didn’t manage to find the cream he needed for a righteous victory sauce, on that island. So he invented an egg and oil dressing dubbed mahonnaise after its place of birth. It has been over 50 years since mayonnaise came to Iran. Its ingredients have been adapted to Iranian taste, and it remains one of the most popular dressings to date.

History of Mayonnaise 450g

The first trace of the name of mayonnaise is in a jelly recipe found in 1806. However, in this recipe an egg, which is the main ingredient in mayonnaise, was not used. One origin story, repeated in countless secondary sources, holds that the condiment was born in 1756 after French forces under the command of Duke de Richelieu laid siege to Port Mahon, on the Mediterranean island of Minorca, now a part of Spain, in the first European battle of the Seven Years’ War. The Duke’s chef, upon finding the island lacked the cream he needed for a righteous victory sauce, invented an egg and oil dressing dubbed mahonnaise for its place of birth. It’s been more than 50 years, mayonnaise came to Iran and ingredients had been changed for Iranian tastes and it’s one of the most popular dressings till now.

History of Mayonnaise 300g

The first trace of the word 'mayonnaise' is in a jelly recipe found in 1806. However, this recipe included no egg, which is the main ingredient in mayonnaise. One story on the origin of Mayonnaise, repeated in countless secondary sources, holds that the condiment was born in 1756 after French forces under the command of Duke de Richelieu laid siege to Port Mahon, on the Mediterranean island of Minorca, now a part of Spain, in the first European battle of the Seven Years’ War. The Duke’s chef didn’t manage to find the cream he needed for a righteous victory sauce, on that island. So he invented an egg and oil dressing dubbed mahonnaise after its place of birth. It has been over 50 years since mayonnaise came to Iran. Its ingredients have been adapted to Iranian taste, and it remains one of the most popular dressings to date.

History of Low fat Mayonnaise 450g

The first trace of the word 'mayonnaise' is in a jelly recipe found in 1806. However, this recipe included no egg, which is the main ingredient in mayonnaise. One story on the origin of Mayonnaise, repeated in countless secondary sources, holds that the condiment was born in 1756 after French forces under the command of Duke de Richelieu laid siege to Port Mahon, on the Mediterranean island of Minorca, now a part of Spain, in the first European battle of the Seven Years’ War. The Duke’s chef didn’t manage to find the cream he needed for a righteous victory sauce, on that island. So he invented an egg and oil dressing dubbed mahonnaise after its place of birth. It has been over 50 years since mayonnaise came to Iran. Its ingredients have been adapted to Iranian taste, and it remains one of the most popular dressings to date.

History of Low fat Mayonnaise 265g

The first trace of the word 'mayonnaise' is in a jelly recipe found in 1806. However, this recipe included no egg, which is the main ingredient in mayonnaise. One story on the origin of Mayonnaise, repeated in countless secondary sources, holds that the condiment was born in 1756 after French forces under the command of Duke de Richelieu laid siege to Port Mahon, on the Mediterranean island of Minorca, now a part of Spain, in the first European battle of the Seven Years’ War. The Duke’s chef didn’t manage to find the cream he needed for a righteous victory sauce, on that island. So he invented an egg and oil dressing dubbed mahonnaise after its place of birth. It has been over 50 years since mayonnaise came to Iran. Its ingredients have been adapted to Iranian taste, and it remains one of the most popular dressings to date.

History of B+ Mayonnaise 255g

The first trace of the word 'mayonnaise' is in a jelly recipe found in 1806. However, this recipe included no egg, which is the main ingredient in mayonnaise. One story on the origin of Mayonnaise, repeated in countless secondary sources, holds that the condiment was born in 1756 after French forces under the command of Duke de Richelieu laid siege to Port Mahon, on the Mediterranean island of Minorca, now a part of Spain, in the first European battle of the Seven Years’ War. The Duke’s chef didn’t manage to find the cream he needed for a righteous victory sauce, on that island. So he invented an egg and oil dressing dubbed mahonnaise after its place of birth. It has been over 50 years since mayonnaise came to Iran. Its ingredients have been adapted to Iranian taste, and it remains one of the most popular dressings to date.