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Keeping Mayonaise moist in Sandwiches

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Hi,


I'm wondering how it's possible to maintain moist and tasty mayo in sandwiches that have been refrigerated for a few hours.

 

Is there a secret ingredient to the mayo itself to keep it moist? Something to do the butter being on both sides of the bread or something? Or just using A LOT of mayo?


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post #2 of 3

ehmm.

I think you mean something different than you're writing.

you do not want the sandwich to soak up the mayo.

its not the mayo that dries out ;) 

 

you can butter very thinly that acts as a barrier, avoiding the mayo getting soaked up by the bread

something else might be to add some salad leaves to the sandwich before putting on the rest.

post #3 of 3

This is how I did it when I would take sandwiches/subs to work. The cheese and meats keep it from being absorbed into the bread.

Bread(top)
Slice of cheese
Mayo(spread on the meats)
Meats

Rest of veggies
Bread(bottom)

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