Definition of 'mayo'
Example sentences containing 'mayo'
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Pickles and sauces such as ketchup and mayo often contain more salt than you think. The Sun (2010) Egg mayo, though not all three at once. Times, Sunday Times (2011)For our lunches we would have buttery mayo sandwiches, crisps and lots of sugary snacks. The Sun (2016)Mix in a teaspoon of low-fat mayo. The Sun (2012)Serve fish, chips and mayo with a lemon wedge. Times, Sunday Times (2010)LARGE ripe tomatoes can make a wonderful decorative variation on simple egg mayo. The Sun (2013)Add lettuce, tomatoes and a bit of mustard and mayo with a slice of melted cheese on top. The Sun (2011)But remember proper mayo contains raw egg so it is one of those things best avoided if you're pregnant. The Sun (2012)Put a spoonful of mustard mayo on top of each burger and top each with two cooked green beans, if liked. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The first full meal I had was a chicken mayo sandwich. The Sun (2013)Make it by mixing mayo, ketchup and Tabasco to taste. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Beat together mayo, mustard and 1 tbsp lemon juice in a mixing bowl. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Add 3 tbsp mayo, the mustard and a generous seasoning of salt and pepper. Times, Sunday Times (2013)If you need a dressing, choose honey mustard or sweet onion sauce in preference to low-fat mayo. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Cut CHICKEN into strips and dip in low-fat mayo. The Sun (2013)I like mayo with my chips, though, rather than ketchup. The Sun (2013)Have tinned tuna in the house so if you get hungry, you can drain it and have it with a tiny bit of low-fat mayo. The Sun (2008)
Definition of mayo from the Collins English Dictionary
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