If you’re looking for a quick sauce that’s sure to add some wonderful flavors to anything, this is your recipe.
What is aioli?
Aioli originated in the South of Spain and Southern France. The name translates to “Garlic and Oil.” The original recipe for aioli included garlic, salt, and olive oil, but there are now other varieties of aioli recipes that include mayo, lemon, with or without egg yolks. Either type, this delicious sauce is used for dipping, drizzling, or topping any dish.
What’s the difference between aioli and mayonnaise?
Mayo and Aioli are similar in that they are both creamy sauces, but they are actually pretty different. One of the ways they are different is the way they are made. Mayo is made using egg yolks, Canola Oil, and lemon juice. While traditional aioli is made using garlic, olive, and salt. Some people believe that aioli and mayo are the same because of modern varieties of aioli recipes. Some of these include garlic, olive oil, salt, egg yolk, and lemon juice, making it more like mayo.
What can Goat Cheese Aioli be used on?
Goat Cheese Aioli can be used on numerous dishes. Drizzled over fish, crab cakes, burgers, fries, or even salads. The versatility of this Aioli recipe is endless.
How long is homemade aioli good for?
Homemade aioli that does not contain egg yolk can last up to 10 days if stored properly and refrigerated . If it does contain egg yolk, it has a much shorter shelf life of around 3 days in the refrigerator. This goat cheese aioli recipe should last about 7 days if stored in the fridge in an airtight container or jar.
- 4 tablespoons 2 ounces of goat cheese
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice
- 2 teaspoons pesto sauce
- 1 ½-2 tablespoons almond milk
- 1 teaspoon olive oil
- Add all ingredients into a food processor and pulse until smooth.
- Refrigerate in an air-tight container.
*Nutrition information is a rough estimate.
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