This Chipotle Aioli recipe can take any sandwich, burger or salad to next level of deliciousness! It’s rich, creamy and bursting with flavor.I wouldn’t say that I freak out about germs too much. I mean, believe me, I’m not thrilled when someone nearby lets out a giant sneeze without bothering to contain the blast. And yes, I do wash my hands a few times a day — but, I think I’m pretty normal in that department. (Whatever “normal” is.)
However, when it comes to creating recipes with raw eggs, I worry. Or, at least I used to — until I learned about Safest Choice Eggs. You will see them in most grocery stores, and you can get them here.
Not only do I want to serve safe food, but (almost) more importantly, I want to taste safe food. 😉
What are Safest Choice Eggs?
- Using Safest Choice Eggs greatly reduces the risks of salmonella.
- Safest Choice Eggs uses a method that pasteurizes raw eggs in their shells, at a low temperature for a long time.
- These eggs, feel and act like any other raw egg.
To be honest, I’m mostly excited about these eggs because I can now eat cookie dough without worry — and they’re also perfect for using in homemade mayonnaise.
Add a little garlic to your mayonnaise, and you get Aioli. Add garlic and chipotle peppers and get Chipotle Aioli.
Uses for Chipotle Aioli
- This Chipotle Aioli recipe will elevate any sandwich or burger to a higher level of deliciousness! It’s SO good in this Fried Egg Sandwich!
- It would also be delicious thinned out with a bit of extra virgin olive oil, and used as a salad dressing.
- Serve it with grilled chicken, fish or steak. It will be fabulous!
- This will be a thinner mayonnaise than you might be used to. I add the chipotles after blending because it seems to keep it a bit thicker.
I would suggest having a jar of this Chipotle Aioli at the ready at all times. Next time you make burgers you’ll be set.
I hope you love it as much as I do!
This Chipotle Aioli recipe can take any sandwich, burger or salad to next level deliciousness! It's rich, creamy and bursting with flavor.
Makes ¾ cup
Add the egg, lemon juice, garlic and half of the olive oil to a blender. Blend until it's thick and then with the blender on a low speed, gradually add the rest of the oil.
Stir in the chipotles and season to taste with salt and pepper.
This will be a thinner mayonnaise than you might be used to. I add the chipotles after blending because it seems to keep it a bit thicker.
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