Definition of aioli
: a mayonnaise flavored with garlic and sometimes other ingredients (such as red pepper)
Recent Examples of aioli from the Web
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.
Holland America’s gourmet take on the American burger comes with bacon jam, garlic chipotle aioli, cheddar cheese, Cabernet red onions and avocado.
Or get the organic onion fritters battered in gluten free flour, light and crispy, with aioli.
For the aioli: 1 bunch or 4 ounces sorrel, chopped 2 ounces parsley, chopped 1 large egg yolk 1 clove garlic 1 tsp.
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Origin and Etymology of aioli
Occitan, from ai garlic + oli oil
First Known Use: 1846
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