Mayo is the most versatile condiment around, let us introduce you to one of our favorite ways to use mayo: Aioli.
Aioli is essentially a fancy name for mayonnaise-based sauce. You'll find it served alongside many of your favorite restaurant dishes, but did you know that it's remarkably simple to make your own aioli at home? Today we are looking at a simple at home recipe that can bring your seafood, burgers and more to the next level. Old Bay seasoning adds a salty, savory flavor to this mayo-based sauce, which is complemented by a slew of fresh herbs, including dill and chives. Lemon zest and juice add brightness to this zingy sauce. Serve this Old Bay Mayo in a ramekin alongside your crab cakes or, for a more elegant touch, dollop a small dot atop each crab cake or salmon pattie
This recipe is one that you'll quickly memorize and keep in your weekly rotation. As far as we're concerned, there's only one brand of mayo to use in this recipe (hint: it's the long standing southern-favorite) Dukes Mayo.
Old Bay Mayo
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Whisk together all ingredients in a small bowl until smooth. Store, covered, in refrigerator up to 3 days.