Top Rated Aioli Recipes

French Fries
Try this amped-up mayonnaise on a burger, with sliced vegetables, crab cakes or as a dip for fries.  
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5
BLT with Saffron Aioli
Don’t worry — that’s not mustard in the picture. That would be sacrilege. It’s a saffron aïoli with toasted garlic and ginger, and the characteristic color comes from saffron. In other words, it’s fancy mayo. There will definitely be some leftover (there isn’t really a way to make less, unless you don’t mind going to the trouble of splitting an egg evenly; ratios are ratios after all), but it shouldn’t be hard to think of ways to use up the rest. Using only extra-virgin olive oil would make for a bitter mayo, so it's toned down with an equal measure of canola oil. Make this for the special someone in your life, and I guarantee you, the fireworks will happen — or at the very least, the house will smell like bacon and toasted garlic. Which is never a bad thing. Click here to see the Bacon: It's What's for Dinner story. 
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5
Marcie Gauntlett
I developed this recipe for Aioli as my husband cannot handle raw or fresh garlic;  roasting it brings out the sweetness and renders it mild and luscious.  We use it on steaks as a garnish or a dollop on escargot is divine.  It also can be put up in small bottles and processed for 30 minutes in boiling water.  Makes an unusual gift for the hostess of the next party! 
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5
Cilantro Aïoli
This delicious mayonnaise recipe goes well with anything from burgers and fries to salt roasted potatoes, and even works as a perfect coleslaw dressing when thinned out. It is full of flavor without being overpowering — a great aïoli to complement your favorite foods.
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4.5
A traditional French sauce, similar to a mayonnaise, that is made from garlic and olive oil.Serve along with Bass Ale Beer-Battered Shrimp for a cocktail party appetizer.Adapted from “Welcome to Michael’s” by Michael McCarty.Click here to see Oscar Night Cocktail Party Menu.
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4
Garlic Aïoli
This variation on a traditional Provençal sauce is worlds away from store-bought mayonnaise. Use this assertively flavored condiment on sandwiches to give them a garlicky kick; use it as a dip for roasted eggplant or zucchini, or even just celery and carrot sticks; and use it judiciously on side dishes like roasted potatoes to give them a leg up.
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4
Serve this with any seafood special you plan to cook up
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4
Bacon Taquitos with Chipotle Aioli
Mention bacon and chipotle in the same breath and the party people will come running into the room. Smoked bacon and ancho and chipotle powders give these finger foods serious kick.
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4
Crab Claws
Omaha Steaks Cooked Snow Crab Claws are the perfect way to cut down the prep time in this recipe for Snow Crab Claws with Cilantro Aioli. Because the crab is already cooked, the only thing left to do is combine ingredients like mayonnaise, jalapeños, cilantro, and lime juice to make the aioli, and voilà, you have a healthy and decadent meal.
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4
Chef Nina Compton, “Top Chef New Orleans” alum, Saint Lucia’s culinary ambassador and island native, has created a menu that highlights Saint Lucia’s most notable food, chocolate.
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4
Charred Artichokes with Smoky Lemon Aioli
Charring artichokes gives them a smoky aroma, and a simple lemon aioli is the perfect accompaniment to this easy-to-make appetizer that will have your guests coming back for more. Try this recipe with baby artichokes, too; just be sure to adjust the cooking times appropriately. Click here to see In Season: Artichokes.
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3.75
Kimchi Burger
Spice up your burgers with funky kimchi and umami-packed gochujang aïoli.This recipe is courtesy of Shared Appetite.
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3.666665