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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Creamy mayonnaise, once mastered, can be used as a delicious sauce for sandwiches, grilled meats, and vegetables. Try these three flavorful aiolis.