Author Notes: Certainly not destined to win awards, but a favorite Asian-style potato salad recipe takes on a new life using a little of my leftover aioli, I’m pleased that it all didn't go to waste. A big boost of flavor using the additional dressing ingredients, a couple more cloves of garlic, anchovy paste and lime juice. The aioli naturally a thin dressing now, but very flavorful.
I added about two big dollops to the recipe ingredients.
A lesson for me making the salad, the potatoes were not quite done to where I needed them to be, so I tossed them back into the steamer with another half a recipe of the original dressing for the steaming liquid minus the aioli and steamed them until they were perfect without turning to mush. The flavor is so much more intense and delicious.
Notes will definitely go into the saved MasterCook recipe as new and good changes.
Sunny Spiked Aioli...
whole egg + 1 yolk
teaspoon Dijon mustard
cup mild olive oil
teaspoon lemon juice
teaspoons juice from Cara Cara orange
small cloves of garlic, minced
teaspoons kosher salt
pinces of ground red pepper flakes
- Egg and pressed garlic in the stick blender jar, whisk for several seconds on medium low speed, slightly thickened, slowly add the oil until you get a smooth thick aioli.
- Add 2-3 big serving spoon size dollops to the Potato Salad with Asian-Style Chili Dressing/Gourmet 1991
- This recipe was entered in the contest for Your Best Use of Aioli