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The term "alioli" sounds exotic, but it's basically a mayonnaise with garlic... and it's delicious and so easy to make. But there is a trick to it! If you watched my last video, you already know how to make mayonnaise. Click here. The only ingredient that you're missing for the alioli is the garlic. You can prepare it by hand, but it's easier if you use a hand mixer. The secret is in the steps that you follow. Since garlic is the secret in alioli, I mash 2 or 3 garlic cloves very finely in a mortar. I add a pinch of coarse salt, and I mash everything well... until it becomes a paste. Now, the garlic is ready to be mixed with one egg yolk, lemon juice and salt. And finally, the oil. I recommend that you use a combination of olive oil and another neutral oil, such as canola or sunflower oil. I pour it, very slowly, drop by drop... while the mixer is on. Once it thickens, add herbs or spices, the ones you prefer. I love chipotle adobo. Let me know what you think. It's easy, isn't it? Plus, it's a perfect spread for sandwiches or a dressing for vegetables. If you liked this cooking tip, just click and let me know in the comment section how you use your alioli. I'd love to know! And don't leave without subscribing so that you receive a new video every Wednesday. See you soon. If you'd like to try out my cooking secrets, click on the recipes that appear here. And if you're still hungry, visit Subscribe now to receive my cooking secrets, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Video Details

Duration: 2 minutes and 2 seconds
Country: United States
Language: Spanish (Spain)
License: All rights reserved
Producer: Stephanie Salguero
Director: Nina Halper
Views: 30
Posted by: aarp on Sep 10, 2013

Aioli is easy to make, if you watched last week’s video on making Mayo, you’re just 1 step away. - in Spanish

Due 9.20.13

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