Definition of aioli
: a mayonnaise flavored with garlic and sometimes other ingredients (such as red pepper)
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To serve, place fries on plate with garlic aioli on the side for dipping.
To plate: Spoon marmalade and aioli onto a plate; top with fried chicken liver.
The traditional takes this standout protein and adds pickles, jalapeno syrup and a delicious aioli made with Crystal hot sauce.
Dishes include marinated olives, grilled artichoke, cod fritters with spinach aioli, pork skewers and lamb, finished with a cheese course with fig and honey.
Make aioli: In small bowl, combine mayonnaise, red pepper and maple syrup.
Along with the regular brunch menu, the Oak Lawn-area restuarant will offer a 14-ounce prime New York strip steak topped with lobster gratin, with butter-poached lobster claw meat with garlic, lemon and Parmesan aioli.
And in the fall, crack open a butternut squash for a sweet and earthly fritter, best served up with a spicy aioli.
There is too much acidity in its Carolina gold barbecue sauce and potato salad and too little in the aioli accompanying its cole slaw and Cuban sandwich.
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Origin and Etymology of aioli
Occitan, from ai garlic + oli oil
First Known Use: 1846See Words from the same year
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