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Dodge City Daily Globe - Dodge City, KS
  • Olive oil mayo: Half the calories, all the flavor

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  • Those of you longing for the days when mayonnaise was not a diet roadblock can take heart. If you can find it, mayonnaise made with olive oil solves a lot of problems.The blend cuts fat and calories but maintains the texture and mayo flavor. Most offer none of the spreadability issues of low-fat mayonnaise that has spoiled many a recipe.Kraft says olive-oil mayo sales are growing 35 percent a year. Some stores have trouble keeping it in stock. The product is a blend of olive oil with soybean and canola oil.Jim Hillibish is a food writer for the Canton (Ohio) Repository. Reach him at jim.hillibish@cantonrep.com.Roasted Sweet Potato Salad3 quarts sweet potatoes, cut into wedges 6 tablespoons oil1 1/2 cups red pepper, julienne cut1 1/2 cups olive oil mayonnaise1 1/2 cups fried bacon, diced1 1/2 cups scallions, grilled and cut into 1/2 -inch pieces3/4 cup cider vinegar3/4 cup bleu cheese, crumbled6 tablespoons Dijon mustard1 tablespoon kosher salt1 1/2 teaspoon black pepper1/tablespoon kosher salt1 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepperToss potatoes with oil; spread into single layer in greased full-sheet pan. Bake in 375-degree oven 15 to 20 minutes or until potatoes are tender. Cool. Combine potatoes with remaining ingredients. Chill covered for at least two hours or longer. Serves 20
    Olive Oil MayonnaiseArteoliva, $1.49 ounceBest Foods, $.40 ounceHellman’s, $.55 ounceKraft, $.70 ounce, squeeze bottleSpectrum Organic, $1.20 ounce
    The label says it allRegular mayonnaise: Total fat 10 grams, Saturated fat 1.5 grams, Calories 90.Olive oil mayonnaise: Total fat 4 grams, Saturated fat 1.5 grams, 0 grams, Calories 45.Newman-Stein Taste Test

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