Garlic Aioli

Photo by Mother Earth Living.

Garlic is good on just about anything, from bread to chicken to pizza. But it can be a great addition to your veggies or on toasted baguettes. Not to mention, garlic is really good for you. It can help reduce your allergies, lower your blood pressure, lower your risk of some cancers and reduce cholesterol. So, put this health food to good use by making this Mediterranean version of garlic aioli.  

Here's what you need:

2 garlic cloves, minced

Pinch of salt

1 large egg yolk

2  teaspoons fresh lemon juice

1/2 teaspoon Dijon mustard

1/3 cup extra-virgin olive oil


In a food processor, mash or blend garlic to a paste with a pinch of salt.

Whisk yolk, lemon juice and mustard together in a separate bowl.

Gradually add oil to yolk mixture, whisking until mixture is emulsified.

Whisk in garlic paste and season with salt and pepper and chill until ready to serve.

For more on garlic and it's many uses, keep reading.

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