How to make Wasabi Aioli at Home

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Sahiba Sharma
Sahiba is a long time food lover. She has a soft spot for cuisines in her heart. Although she loves to cook with her mother, she is also a nutritionist. This means that she knows the science behind the food; what is good and bad in each ingredient. With her experience in cooking and nutritional education, she is a great resource to tell us about food and recipes.

Do you know that Aioli is popular in Mediterranean cuisine and it is basically a sauce made of garlic, oil, lemon juice, and yolk? This sauce is most famous in France, Italy, and Spain.

This Wasabi Aioli is a perfect dip to slather on burgers and sandwiches. When I heard about this recipe for the first time, I thought Wasabi Aioli and mayonnaise both are the same.

Aioli is basically made of oil and garlic and the making procedure is totally different than mayo. Garlic adds flavor to your aioli and makes it different from mayo.

A few months back, I saw a video on youtube from where I learned to make this Wasabi Aioli. This is easy to make instant dip which you can serve with anything. I tried this Wasabi Aioli Dip at home several times and my friends liked it.

So, I thought to share this amazing Wasabi Aioli Recipe with my lovely people over here. But first, you have to gather all the ingredients that are required to make Wasabi Aioli at home.

Ingredients for Wasabi Aioli

Mayonnaise1/2 Cup
Wasabi powder2 tsp
Rice vinegar1 tsp
Soy sauce1 tsp
Organic ground ginger1/4 tsp

Now, we have the list of ingredients with us and the best part is all these ingredients are easily available. Let’s see how much time is required to make this Wasabi Aioli at home.

How much time it will take?

Prep timeTotal timeServings
5 minutes5 minutes1

This Wasabi Aioli is an instant dip that you can make any time. So, let’s see how to make this Wasabi Aioli recipe at home.

Wasabi Aioli Recipe

  1. The first thing that we need to do is combine all ingredients in a bowl and whisk it properly.
  2. Refrigerate it for a maximum of 30 minutes before serving.

Now, your Wasabi Aioli is ready and you can serve it accordingly with any starter as a dipping sauce.

Nutritional Facts of Wasabi Aioli Recipe

To make a balance between your daily diet, I have mentioned the nutritional breakdown of the Wasabi Aioli recipe in the table below.

Fat11 g
Cholesterol5 mg
Sodium129 mg
Carbohydrates0 g
Fiber0 g
Protein0 g

How to Make Wasabi Aioli at Home | Video

To learn this recipe quickly, I have added a video below of how to make Wasabi Aioli recipe at home.

Video by How To Cook Great

I hope you’ve liked this Wasabi Aioli recipe and make sure you have followed all the steps which I have mentioned. Do share your wonderful reviews with us in the comments section below and for more recipes stay connected with us.

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