If you have leftover lobster, this is the perfect recipe to feature the seafood. Fried with juicy sweet corn and served with a lemon and tarragon aioli, it’s hard to resist eating all of these lobster fritters.
Enjoy the last artichokes of the season battered and fried for a truly tantalizing appetizer. Serve with lemon wedges or a tangy aioli.
Served in a bright, lemony beer and herb broth, these mussels are simple, but so delicious. Enjoy with a crusty bread and garlic-lemon aioli to soak up the rich liquid.
Here’s how to make juicy, rare tuna tacos topped with a flavorful wasabi and cilantro mayo.
Dive into a beautiful recipe for classic tapas. Served with a smooth aioli, patatas bravas spiced and so comforting, perfect for a winter day.
Make a vibrant, refreshing appetizer in minutes with tuna tartare and avocado served in crispy wontons with a Sriracha aioli.
Crispy chicken is inspired by Italian Chicken Milanese, but given and Asian kick with togarashi spices and a delicious aioli sauce.
Turkey is a perfect food this time of year, even as leftovers and especially when served in a beautiful sandwich with a slightly sweet blueberry aioli.
A burger that doesn’t feel too heavy, these seafood sliders are perfect to make for game days with an addictive wasabi aioli.
Swedes love their tartare served with mustard, egg yolks, rye crisps, or in this case, with a tarragon aioli, juniper berries, and their special Swedish cheese.
Golden, oven roasted potatoes become tender and flavorful when baked with spices and then served at breakfast or as a dinner side with a smokey chipotle adobo sauce.
Summer is for grilling, especially hot dogs and sausages. Highlight summer fruits and flavors with a sweet mango pineapple chutney with a hint of spiciness from the red pepper flakes.
Similar to a Mediterranean-spiced meatball these grilled delights are made with a combination of lamb, beef, mint and cumin that can easily be tucked into a pita or served over a bed of greens.
Without being nose-burning, these chicken wings are fried with wasabi powder and sprinkle with wasabi sauce before being dipped into delicious yuzu mayo.
If you are into miso, this miso and ginger fried chicken is for you. The recipe has miso written all over the plate and it is bursting with umami.
Leftover steak from your backyard barbecue can be doctored up and quickly turned into a gourmet sandwich on a lazy Sunday.
Fritters are always a fun way to showcase seasonal vegetables with a delicious sauce. Try these crispy cauliflower fritters served with a squeeze of lemon juice or a bold garlic aioli.
Charred shishito peppers come with a hint of heat, sweet pecans, and a salty aioli sauce to complete this addictive side that has all the flavors covered.
Japanese mayonnaise, Kewpie-style, is loved for its spreadability, flavor, and rich color that comes from straight egg yolks, rather than whole eggs.
Vibrant parsnip fries with an earthy flavor are dipped in a flavorful aioli sauce complete with plenty of garlic. Perfect as a brunch side to eggs.
Simple salmon patties made with onion, parsley, panko and a garlic-basil aioli that tops the bun as well. Serve with pineapple for a smokey-sweet addition.
Be it for brunch or a game day appetizer, tater tots loaded like nachos with bold Korean flavors like pork, kimchi, avocado, and gochujang aioli are sure to be a party.
Coated in mochiko flour and fried, these delicious chicken-filled tacos with addictive umebashi mayo are crispy, tender and will have you dreaming of Maui.
Similar to a crispy fry, this eggplant version uses crunchy almonds and a bold dipping sauce to satisfy your snacking cravings.
Baked potatoes drizzled with olive oil and dunked into a creamy garlic and avocado sauce.
You can’t go wrong with a side dish of crunchy outside, tender inside, oven roasted potatoes topped with a horseradish sauce.
A one-pot dinner is a beautiful thing on a weeknight. Adjust the spices to your liking and enjoy the delicious, moist chicken.
A twist on the popular Patatas Bravas and aioli with crispy roasted potatoes instead of fried potatoes.
Aïoli refers not only to mayonnaise, but to a meal of the sauce and food to dip. In south France, aïoli garni comes with veggies, eggs, cod, and escargot.
Crab cakes are an easy summer meal that can be baked, broiled, fried or pan sautéed. Serve with aioli and a side of asparagus.
Creamy mayonnaise, once mastered, can be used as a delicious sauce for sandwiches, grilled meats, and vegetables. Try these three flavorful aiolis.
Slow cooked lamb sandwiches on a baguette will delight the palate with sweet onions and spicy aioli.
Breakfast sandwiches are a universal weekend treat, this version adds new flavors with smokey chorizo and spicy aioli.
Enjoy this amazing octopus with red pepper aioli recipe from Camille Becerra.
A beautiful golden aioli, fragrant with saffron, lemon, and garlic, is the star of this simple appetizer.
With their furry chokes and sharp leafy edges, artichokes are well known as being a little tricky to prepare.
This recipe from Judith Klinger was inspired by the traditional Provencal fish soup that is served with aioli.