Mayonnaise may be a simple ingredient – it is easy to pick up at the store to always have on hand. But making your own mayonnaise offers several benefits. For starters, you know you are making the mayonnaise with good ingredients and not those with a bunch of chemical preservatives or added sugar. Additionally, you can save yourself a few dollars on organic mayonnaise when you make it at home. However, the best part of making homemade mayonnaise and aioli are the many variations you can come up with. You can make flavorful condiments that cater to personal tastes – such as garlic aioli for garlic lovers, ginger and sriracha aioli for those who like a little kick, and even homemade tartar sauce for seafood fans to enjoy with their favorite dishes!
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This creamy homemade mayonnaise comes together in just a few minutes with simple pantry essentials. Unlike most store bought jars of mayonnaise, this homemade version is both lemon and olive forward, and is flavorful and zesty.
This simple Lemon & Garlic Aioli is amped up with the flavors of fresh lemon and garlic and pairs excellently with sandwiches, French fries and other fried foods.
This Asian fusion inspired Aioli features the flavors of Sriracha and ginger with the subtle zing of rice wine vinegar. This sauce is an excellent for creamy salad dressings, or as a rich spread for your Asian inspired sandwiches.
This homemade aioli is a spice forward sauce, featuring the complex flavors of chili garlic sauce and the zest of fresh lime juice. It is a great dip for fried fish, chicken tenders or as a zesty spread for your next sandwich.
This rich sauce features the complex flavors of sweet pickle relish and fresh lemon juice. Once you try this homemade tarter sauce, you will never go back to the store bought versions.
This classic southern sauce features the rich flavors of mayonnaise, cayenne pepper, Worcestershire sauce, and a touch of hot sauce. It is an excellent condiment for fresh seafood, hard boiled eggs, and fried foods.
This modern aioli is spiked with the flavors of lemon juice and horseradish. It is an excellent base for a zesty salad dressing, a dip for fresh vegetables, or as a spread for roast beef sandwiches.