Mayonnaise being spooned out of a jar.
Why Mayonnaise Tastes Better At Restaurants

If you're a fan of mayonnaise, you may have encountered the challenge of crafting a mayo-based dish at home to have a similar taste and texture to restaurant quality.

When it comes to making dishes with mayonnaise, restaurants tend to use heavy-duty mayonnaise. Not only does this provide a richer flavor, it can also improve consistency.

The ingredient that is the shining star in making heavy-duty mayonnaise superior is the egg. Eggs are responsible for binding all of the ingredients in mayonnaise together.

While most mayonnaise contains eggs, heavy-duty mayo has additional yolks that lead it to stay thick and creamy. Plus, having more adds in that extra rich flavor, too.