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How to Make a Silky Aioli

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Inspired by conversations on the FOOD52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun. Today, Amanda coaches us through making a silky aioli. 


We've shown you how to make aioli, and how to fix broken aioli -- clearly, we can't get enough of this stuff. 

The only thing that sounds more appealing than aioli? Silky aioli. Sometimes, homemade aioli can turn out to be just a bit too thick for our taste, too gloppy to hold on to its accompaniment. Here, Amanda shows you how to loosen it up to your heart's content -- because all aioli should be, and can be, perfect. 

   

Today's video was shot by Alex Lisowski, and edited by Kyle Orosz. 

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Tags: Kitchen Confidence, how-to, mayonnaise, aioli, silky aioli, how-to & diy

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over 2 years ago phyllis segura

This video is labeled about aioli but it only tells you to put water into mayonnaise. There is nothing here about aioli...not even a hint. I know how to make aioli but maybe other people might think it's watered-down mayonnaise if they watch this. Why don't you make a video about making aioli ...like the title says??

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over 2 years ago SailNE

Where can I purchase one of those lovely egg coddlers?

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over 2 years ago mrslarkin

Mrs. Larkin is a trusted source on Baking.

There you go again, teasing us with that lovely egg coddler. ;)