This Sriracha aioli is a pleasant surprise for those who have unconditional love for Mayo. The creamy, spicy, and silky texture makes any food finger-licking. And, those who have tasted even for the first time approve of this.
This sriracha aioli recipe is a simple, easy-to-put-together dip with smooth, rich flavors that you all demand in a dip.
Would you believe it required only two minutes to spice up your appetizer? It's as simple as, mix and serve.
And how about the ingredients? check you may already have it in the pantry.
Do you double-dip your food with mayo and hot sauce together? voila, you have already invented the hot aioli over the table. The recipe is so versatile.
Although mayo stays close to our hearts, we cherish this spicy aioli sauce for its flavor and taste. Our spicy soul is unsatisfied with mayo and requires other spicy sauces to be paired. We often pair it up with hot buffalo and BBQ sauce.
This dip recipe is the one-step method for all these variations.
What is Aioli?
Most of us recognize the term aioli in the restaurant's menu cards. It might have taken place as a topping for your burger, or sauce over your salad, or served as a dip. For those who did not know, what's it all about? It's an excellent form of mayo.
To put it more straightforwardly, mayo is made with essential ingredients like cooking oil and egg. At the same time, aioli is made with cooking oil, garlic, and other spices with enhanced taste and character.
Aioli is a traditional buttery sauce made with olive oil and garlic. Emulsification(oil combined with other insoluble ingredients) makes the aioli light and fluffy.
What is Sriracha aioli?
Our creamy sauce is modern and fancy with the right balance of heat. I know many love sriracha sauce's flavors. However, many cannot withstand its heat. This recipe is the sweet spot where we get all the flavors of sriracha sauce with mellow-down fiery heat.
Like this sweet Sriracha sauce, a creamy, mildly spicy sauce can pair up anything, from finger food to sandwiches.
It's a crowd-pleasing recipe and great for a chip stand at the party. Whip up and serve with chips, nachos, pita, or tortilla chips; your guests will love this.
Other sauces you may like,
How to serve this Sriracha mayo aioli?
The choice of using this sauce is more than anyone can expect; it fits in comfortably wherever mayo could fit it. Here are a few ideas to serve with,
- Along with steamed or roasted vegetables
- Fish tacos.
- Fried chicken.
- Dip for chips, nachos.
- Topping for burgers and sandwiches.
- Spice up burritos and wraps.
- Topping for salad.
- Instant sauce for pasta.
How to make Sriracha aioli?
Mayo. Since we focus on minimizing the time and ingredients required for making this recipe, we are making it with store-bought mayo. As mayonnaise is universal, and you might have the stock already. It makes our work faster and provides the relief of spending our time on other work that needs our care,
Chili sauce. This compliments sriracha's original flavor, and the garlic and the mild vinegar add another dimension to the sauce.
Sriracha sauce. Of course, this is the essential ingredient. These are readily available; you can find them in the grocery store's international aisle.
Tomato Ketchup. Add zing to the sauce; use whatever you usually use in the kitchen.
The recipe direction
Combine. In a mixing bowl, add mayo, sriracha sauce, and vegetable oil
Whisk. Use a hand blender and whisk all the ingredients together for 3 minutes until it becomes thick.
Serve. Serve with chips or vegetables.
Do you love spicy food,
- Spicy ramen noodles
- Spicy Greek yogurt chicken salad
- Spicy Thai noodles with peanuts
- Spicy Schezwan fried rice
Printable recipe card
- In a mixing bowl, add all the ingredients.
- Whisk until blends and combine together.
- Serve as the dip.
Yes, this is a make-ahead-friendly recipe, and it can be made within 3 days in advance for good results.
Always store in an air-sealed container for long-lasting storage time. Refrigerate it immediately after every single use. This elongates a lasting time.
It stays good for about 3-4 days. Our homemade Sriracha aioli sauce vanishes before these dates, and I could not guess how long it can last.
You may substitute or add it along with the ketchup. But there are no strict rules; make it, and try enjoying each transformation.
Try swapping with other sauces to create your aioli sauce. Buffalo sauce, hot sauce, and barbeque sauce are the good ones to start with.