Ready in 45 minutes
This tangy, full-flavored aioli draws its unique flavor from the edible
leaf of the Kaffir lime tree and goes wonderfully with steak and shrimp.
Use sparingly, as its flavor is wonderfully intense.
"Great as a dip sauce for salt&pepper calamari , squid I did not use the strainer so the little bit and pieces are still in there, not a problem...tasted great thanks for sharing this recipe"- robvandewetering
19 people want to try | 40 have favorited
In a standard blender, squeeze 2-3 TSP. of fresh lemon juice. Take the
Kaffir lime leaves and cut the center vein from each leaf; discard veins.
Put the leaves themselves into the blender with the lemon juice. Add the
mayo and blend thoroughly, until no large leaf pieces remain. Add the
remaining ingredients and blend to combine. Adjust salt, garlic, etc.
before removing from blender.
Pass through a fine strainer -- you may need to use a spatula to move the
mixture around, since the leaf pieces will collect at the bottom and
Guest, you can Add a link to another recipe! What would you serve with this?
BigOven makes mealtime easy!
You may also enjoy:
robvandewetering 6 months agoGreat as a dip sauce for salt&pepper calamari , squid I did not use the strainer so the little bit and pieces are still in there, not a problem...tasted great thanks for sharing this recipe
promfh 7 years agoI made steak, broiled fish, and broccoli for dinner tonight. This aioli went well with all three foods.
wwiggins 7 years agoVery Good on baked salmon!
promfh 7 years agoTry this with broiled fish fillets. It's wonderful.
kilikini1 7 years ago[I posted this recipe.]