Another amazing thing mayonnaise can do is act in place of eggs, milk and flour in rubs and breading without adding any extra flavour to dishes. If you’re breading a cutlet for chicken parmigiana, veal milanese or pork schnitzel, add a thin layer of mayonnaise for your crumbs to adhere to your protein well. It’s also good at crisping things up: cooks often slather it outside of sandwiches before grilling or frying to create a lovely, golden exterior to the bread. Grilled cheese sandwiches take on both extra crunch and flavour when mayonnaise is used to uplift the simple snack.
These are just some reasons why mayonnaise is one of the best bets when it comes to ordering ingredients for your walk-in; the ingredient works wonders as a substitute when you're out of options. It's also a cheaper alternative to a lot of items in your pantry and can achieve delicious results without making a huge difference to any recipe.