Garlic aioli can be used as a dipping sauce, as a spread on burgers, or on crostini’s.
You can add garlic aioli on salmon burgers, cauliflower tacos, and more!
Garlic aioli is made by adding fresh minced garlic or roasted garlic, fresh lemon juice, salt and pepper to your aioli base.
Garlic aioli gives a hint of garlic flavor for French fries, sweet potato fries, or truffle fries.
You can use roasted garlic or minced garlic to create different strengths of garlic to use in your aioli.
You can also add lemon, paprika or hot sauce to garlic aioli for a spicy or citrusy flavoring.
Cauliflower bites are small pieces of cauliflower that are either baked or deep fried.
Cauliflower bites typically have a spicy sauce on them, which makes garlic aioli a good pairing.
Garlic aioli will help tone down the spice, balancing out the flavors.
- Cauliflower bites with garlic aioli
Beef burgers are are summer favorite, and you can use garlic aioli in place of mayo for your burger.
Garlic aioli goes well with burgers toppings such as caramelized onions, jalapenos, Havarti cheese, mushrooms, and bacon.
Salmon burgers are specialty burger you can use garlic aioli on.
Garlic aioli can be flavored with lemon, pineapple, or avocado to use on salmon burgers.
Garlic aioli goes well with salmon burgers toppings such as red onions, arugula, avocado slices, jalapeno slices, and cucumber slices.
Cauliflower tacos are spicy tacos made with chipotle or hot sauce.
Garlic aioli can be drizzle over the tacos at the end for a delicious savory sauce to tone down the spice of the tacos, or spread over the tortilla.
You can add coleslaw, avocado slices, diced tomatoes, radish slices, or cilantro leaves to cauliflower tacos.
- Chipotle cauliflower tacos with garlic aioli
Zucchini bites are slices of zucchini that have been dredged and breaded, and then deep fried.
Zucchini bites are crispy on the outside, and soft on the inside.
Crispy zucchini bites can be dipped into garlic aioli sauce right after they have cooled down.
- Crispy zucchini bites with garlic aioli
Crab cakes are a delicacy food that are served in upscale restaurants.
Crab cakes are formed into a patty shape, and then fried in olive oil until both sides have a crispy outer layer.
Crab cakes can be dipped into lemon garlic aioli for citrusy garlic dipping sauce.
- crab cakes with lemon garlic aioli
Chickpea fritters are patties or sticks made with chickpeas.
Chickpea fritters are cooked to create a crispy outer layer, and then can be dipped into garlic aioli for a warm savory appetizer.
Bacon and egg crostini’s have a thin layer of roasted garlic aioli on top of a freshly made crostini.
Eggs are hard boiled, and then cut into slices. Sliced eggs are placed a slice on top of the roasted garlic aioli crostini.
Crispy bacon bits are sprinkled on top with a few pieces of chopped up avocado to finish off the crostini.