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Unread 05-23-2013, 08:53 AM   #16
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Agree with Landarc, never heard of using mayo with any Mexican before but what the hey it looks great. I'd try it at least once.
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Yep, my red flag kinda went up too with the mayo..........but what the hell, that all looks really really great!

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Dang that looks GOOD!
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That looks fantastic!!
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My mom would put mayo on everything... When I was a kid she would put some on a tortilla and that was my breakfast with a juice..
That looks great. (I’d Add some lettuce & cheese) My Father in Law would put on everything as well. Ever have a Peanut Butter & Mayo sandwich?
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Hmmm, this is so odd. I have never associated mayonnaise with Mexican or Cali-Mex or Tex-Mex, with the exception of Tortas. I happen to like mayo, so this is quite intriguing to me.
Maybe its a regional thing... I'm from southern part of Mexico. State is called Michoacan and its known for avocados.
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i will have to try that. thanx, keith
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That looks great. (I’d Add some lettuce & cheese) My Father in Law would put on everything as well. Ever have a Peanut Butter & Mayo sandwich?
your right lettuce was missing and queso fresco...but PB and mayo?? thats an interestin combo.
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Looks really tasty!
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Yep, I'd sure as hell eat that and come back for thirds.
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looks like a nice, easy meal...and really tasty, too!
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So easy and quick. Mayo.....I am good to go. The hot peppers wife cannot handle.
I may have to adjust that recipe a bit and get some liquid Habenaro sauce for mine.
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In Mexico, mayo is used on hot dogs(we/kids/especially my son LOVES mayo on his hot dog:) along with or without ketchup. Mustard is not used as much as it is here. Most of the Mexican food cafes around here also put a dollop of mayo or salad dressing on the little side salad you find on most plates. A dollop of mayo on some pinto beans is good stuff too. If you can find it, some of the major brands make a lime flavored mayo. good stuff. Also, if you have never tried a Mexican brand mayo............try one. Way different profile.

Lot to be said about the simplicity of a mayo and baloney sammich on some soft bread slices. Yes Sir!

It's got to be the number one condiment. A good, juicy, sloppy, Mexican Style burger will drip lots of mayo down your arm. Mayo is good chit! Pasta salads, tater salads (I prefer a strong mustard tater salad/go figure). Kinda like mustard, you either like it or you don't. I like fries with mayo or mustard, but not so much with ketchup. I'm all farked up!
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I do like the mayo dog combo, I have been scolded ad naseum, don't care.
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I don't want to derail this awesome Picadillo/Mayo thread any longer. We got to talking bout hot dogs/mayo so look a thread in QT bout just that stuff.

A good picallo with some beans..........burrito style is stick to your ribs food.
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