Aioli crazy sauce

This is Sunday’s Crazy Ingredient day!! Orange is the crazy ingredient!

I love different aioli sauces and this recipe goes great with fish and chicken. Check it out below.

Citrus Aioli Sauce Recipe

Ingredients:

2 large garlic cloves
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
1 egg
1cup extra virgin Olive oil
2 teaspoons freshly squeezed lemon juice
2 teaspoons of orange juice
1/2 teaspoon of orange zest
Sea salt

Directions:

  1. Place the garlic, mustard, and egg in a bowl of a food processor or kitchen aid.
    Process until evenly combined.
  2. With the motor running, slowly add the olive oil in a thin stream. until completely combined.
    Stop the processor, add the lemon juice, orange juice, and season with salt, and pulse until thoroughly mixed.
  3. Add in the orange zest.
  4. Stop and scrape down the sides of the bowl with a rubber spatula, then pulse until all ingredients are evenly incorporated.
  5. Chill the sauce for about 1 hour.

KALI OREXI!

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30 thoughts on “Aioli crazy sauce

      1. I didn’t forget about you. We were distilling the lavender yesterday in Sonoma, and what a treat it was to watch the process. I will be posting pictures shortly. I found a baklava recipe of mine for you, it’s actually on my blog. I do have variations of it, like adding chocolate to the inside, or dip the phyllo in chocolate, or even use pistachios, almonds and walnuts. I can go on for days about it, but you should order some from me! 🙂 I am sure you will love it, or make this recipe. let me know what you decide to make. 🙂 Cheers and Happy Thursday!

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      2. Pistachios would be so tasty and crunchy. I love your recipe with the delicious honey and phyllo dough. I will try it soon and have saved it on Pinterest! 🙂 Thank you for thinking of me – and have a great evening. Oh, and Sonoma sounds awesome! Mazel tov on the expansion of your business. Very exciting (and delicious). Have a great night. 🙂 Cheers! xx Shanna

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      3. Yes Pistachios add a great flavor. Of course I would share it with you, anytime. I love sharing my yiayias recipes and mine. Mazel Tov, love it!!! 🙂
        Thank you, thank you!! Have a lovely evening as well.

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      4. You are very welcome! Awww, you did?! That is great, and I am very happy you are doing that. Lemon water is great!! How do you like it? Yes, I try to include healthy foods into my recipes lol. You as well!

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      5. I enjoy it… I sure hope it is detoxing my liver. hehe. I do enjoy a little wine. 😉 I jump right into coffee after the lemon water – what can I say? Need my nice expresso. LOL. Yes, your recipes are so healthy, fresh, seasonal – and have a gorgeous Greek spin on them. Enjoy your weekend!

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      6. Thank you thank you. I am in the works of my YouTube channel. Do you have a channel on there? I still want to gather a few WordPress peeps together for a video that we can all do and combine our ingredients. 🙂 Basically, people from around the world,let’s say 5 of us do one recipe, but we all have a section of the recipe to video tape and show viewers how to make. Am I making any sense lol. It’s still very early for me. Yes, espresso sounds AMAZING! Try Greek coffee sometime. 🙂

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      7. I don’t have a YouTube channel… I generally just stick to writing. Still pretty weak in my photography. Working on those, though! I have seen some neat YouTube compilations and would love to give it a try. I love your idea. Keep me posted, for sure! PS I love ALL coffee – would love Greek coffee – don’t discriminate when it comes to coffee or espresso.

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      8. Yeah we should maybe do a Youtube video together then. Let me know if you would be of interest. I know I am a nerd when it comes to computers and I am actually doing eBay now and Amazon as a seller. HAHAA

        Maybe I can send you some Greek coffee?

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      9. 🙂 Haha. I would never turn coffee down! Maybe you should sell it on your site, as well. Sounds so scrumptious.

        I would absolutely be interested. Let’s do it soon. I am glad to know a computer nerd – I shall come to you with all of my questions. Happy Saturday, Krystina! 🙂

        Thanks for the nice “note.”

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      10. Well, what’s one more business? 😉 And Americans drink a LOT of coffee. There is also a movement towards artisanal, imported or high quality beans!

        I am thrilled to have found you on WordPress, as well! 🙂

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      11. Aww thank you Shanna! I know I need to do more photos. My boyfriend is the photographer, but we both work two other jobs, so it’s been quite hectic. I always try to post photos. Try to enter Featured Recipe Thursday!! 🙂 I know your recipes will rock.

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      12. Hi, there. Thanks Krystina! How do I enter? Love your blog – and the photos, when you have time. Your recipes read so well and sound so amazing, no one misses the pictures – even though the photos you have are awesome! – Shanna

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      13. Hi Shanna

        Thank you dearly for the lovely comments. We’ll I try with the photos I think my Ipad mini is doing the work for me lol. My boyfriend takes the more professional looking ones as he is a photographer. 🙂

        Yes to enter for Featured Recipe Thursday simply email me any Mediterranean dessert or savory dish recipe and include a list of ingredients & directions. I do like pictures, so if you have one that would be great. Email to kouzounaslive@gmail.com

        Thank you!! 🙂

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