Recipes

 

Alioli

Ingredients

• 1 ea. Garlic clove, smashed

• 1 pinches Salt

• 1 ea. Egg yolk, large

• ½ cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil from EU

• 1 Table spoon of Red wine vinegar

 

Preparation

1. Add the garlic into mortar with salt, and mash into a pulp with the pestle. Add in the egg yolk and mix perfectly.

2. In a thin stream, slowly add in the Extra Virgin Olive Oil from EU while moving the pestle in a continual circular motion. Allow 10 to 15 minutes to add in all of the oil. If the oil is added too fast it will "break" the emulsion and the Extra Virgin Olive Oil from EU and egg will separate. The consistency needs to be thick enough so that the pestle just stands up. If the allioli gets too thick while mixing - when the pestle can't be moved around easily - add in a small amount of lukewarm water, one drop at a time as needed, at the end add a splash of red wine vinegar to bring all the flavors together.

You may have seen different forms of the word aliolli – allioli, or aioli. All versions of the sauces are very similar and they all come from the Mediterranean region, the spelling being probably the largest difference among them.

Allioli, the one we will learn to cook today, is the one that is commonly consumed in Spain.

Allioli is an emulsion sauce, it is a mixture of garlic and the Extra Virgin Olive Oil from EU are emulsified with the egg to create a velvety, smooth texture. Don’t be afraid to get creative, if you want to add something else to this sauce, try it! If you like something with a kick, chipotle or other chilis are a great addition.

 

 

 

 

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