Sriracha Lime Aioli
This sriracha lime aioli recipe is a lightened up version of classic aioli with a spicy and zesty twist. Only requiring four ingredients and two minutes to make, this delicious sauce is worthy of being a staple in your kitchen!
The Secret Filler Ingredient
A Filler Ingredient is a healthy ingredient used to add bulk to a recipe and make it a little bit better for you. Aioli is traditionally straight mayonnaise but as we all know chugging down tons of straight mayo isn’t the best for our hearts, waistlines and health in general. So, this recipe uses plain Greek yogurt as a Filler Ingredient which makes the sauce much healthier. It honestly tastes exactly the same but don’t take it from me… try it yourself!
Make It Go Further
Have you ever looked at the serving size of a sauce or spread on a nutrition label? Generally, a serving is a tablespoon or two which often doesn’t go very far (especially for thicker sauces and spreads!). The secret to enjoying delicious saucy goodness throughout your entire meal (without eating several servings worth) is to add just a tiny bit of water. This thins the sauce and makes it go so much further it is actually shocking. Then you can savor the flavor much longer. Seriously give it a try. You won’t regret it!
Recipes to Pair with Sriracha Lime Aioli
This aioli makes a fantastic spread on sandwiches, topper for this Green Grain Bowl and dip for veggies like Roasted Brussel’s Sprouts and Whole Roasted Cauliflower.
Sriracha Lime Aioli
- 1/4 cup mayonnaise
- 1/4 cup plain Greek yogurt
- 2 tsp. lime juice
- 2 tsp. sriracha, or your favorite hot sauce
- 1-2 Tbsp. water
- 1/2 tsp. salt
- Combine all ingredients in a bowl with a fork or whisk.
- Store leftovers in a sealed container in the fridge.
This was excellent! Thank you for sharing!
What an unnecessary rude comment!! U can see right away in the ingredient list that it doesnt have garlic!! If you want it.. add it! Thats what i did! And extra sriracha! Everbody loved it!! Thank you
Thanks Jeff! Love your positivity! 🙂
Aioli means garlic. The lack of garlic in this recipe makes this not an airline but just a dipping sauce.
I’m sorry you didn’t like the recipe!
Actually Aioli means Mayonnaise so….
I guess being rude didn’t really pay off huh? Cause you’re wrong still…
Btw loved the recipe! Thank you for sharing!