How good is aioli with some delicious oven baked sweetpotato fries!

Try this amazing aioli recipe. Believe it or not, homemade aioli can be healthy..

How you ask? Well the yolks of eggs and olive oil offer some amazing anti-inflammatory benefits and add to your daily healthy fat intake.

Egg yolks themselves provide a sturdy amount of B1, Zinc, Calcium, Iron, B6, Folate, B12 and vitamins A, D, E and K.

Olive oil boasts antioxidants to reduce tissue damage, skin health (keeping us looking fab and with moisturised plump skin), protect heart and cardiovascular health, is anti-inflammatory to reduce pain, inflammation and tissue damage and offers Vitamins E and K.

So get that oven baked chip and dig in!

Garlic & Chive Aioli

1/4 tsp Himalayan/Celtic Salt

1/2 Lemon Juiced

4 Garlic Cloves (hint* roast them and it will taste even better!)

300mL good quality olive oil

bunch chives chopped smallOnline Nutritionist

1 tbsp. Dijon mustard

1 whole egg

 

 

Place garlic, mustard, egg and chives in a processor/blend bowl. Process or blend until combined (roughly 10 seconds).

keep the motor running and slowly had the oil over the top until combine (approx. 2 mins) – be careful to add this very slowly.

The mixture should begin to thicken, once thickened stop the machine and add the lemon juice and salt and pulse. If mixture creeps up the side, use a spatula to scrape it down. Pulse a second time until nicely combined, smooth and thick. Leave aside for half and hour before consuming. Place remaining mixture in a glass jar and place in the fridge for up to one week.

 

 

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