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Condiments are my fave. Salad dressings. Dips. Salad dressings that double as dips like this aioli recipe, WIN/WIN.

What is the difference between aioli and mayo anyway? I recently saw a response, that the difference is “$10 tacked onto your bill” – ha, but seriously, right? The difference is actually the addition of garlic – and the aioli name comes from France, so there ya go, you learned something new today!

I started making homemade mayo when I noticed the ingredients in shelf-stable store bought mayo. That’s when I decided to invest in an immersion blender to save time! Now you can make mayo and more like this aioli recipe from the comfort of your own home!

Basically you are starting with this easy base mayo and adding some lemon + dill. Yes, it really is THAT simple.

Just an egg, some oil, mustard, garlic, dill and lemon, an immersion blender << this one is on sale right now!

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So easy, and so TASTY. so versatile. Try it and let me know what you think!

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Yields1 Serving

 1 Egg
 1 cup Oil (I like avocado oil)
 1 tbsp mustard
 1 tbsp salt
 ½ lemon juiced
 of fresh dill
 1 tbsp minced (or powdered garlic)

1

Crack egg into a wide mouth mason jar

2

Add mustard

3

Pour in oil

4

Pour in lemon and garlic

5

Blend with immersion blender until emulsified.

6

Then add fresh dill and salt, stir.

Ingredients

 1 Egg
 1 cup Oil (I like avocado oil)
 1 tbsp mustard
 1 tbsp salt
 ½ lemon juiced
 of fresh dill
 1 tbsp minced (or powdered garlic)

Directions

1

Crack egg into a wide mouth mason jar

2

Add mustard

3

Pour in oil

4

Pour in lemon and garlic

5

Blend with immersion blender until emulsified.

6

Then add fresh dill and salt, stir.

Lemon Dill Aioli

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Here are some ways you can use this lemon dill aioli –

Try it on salads

As a dip for chicken, salmon, shrimp, trout, halibut or other seafood

Try it as a dip for bacon, yes really, bacon! (don’t judge)