This easy sriracha aioli is the best aioli to put on top of pretty much anything and we have the skinny version for you now too! Put this addictive sauce on chicken, burgers, fish, vegetables, as a chip dip, or as a sandwich sauce! It's creamy, spicy, and savory and takes just 2 minutes to whip up!
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What is aioli?
Aioli is basically a fancy way of describing a combination of eggs and oil, also known as fancy mayonnaise.
What makes it fancy and the best sriracha aioli - you be asking yourself...
The texture is soft and creamy. The flavor is incredibly savory and garlicky. It's incredibly easy and fast to make. The possibilities of what to use it with are endless!
Is aioli gluten-free?
Many types of mayo are not considered gluten-free therefore, caution needs to be had for that delicious aioli as well.
The version I am sharing with you today is gluten-free! I am also sharing how to make a skinny version of this sauce too!
It's so stinkin' easy!
What to use this sauce for:
Hamburgers, eggs, as a spread on toast or sandwiches!
A dollop can make your vegetables really pop!
What is the skinny version of this sauce?
When you want the skinny version of this aioli, simply substitute the mayonnaise with non-fat plain Greek yogurt and you are good to go!
Scroll down to the recipe card for a detailed list of ingredients and instructions.
- gluten-free mayonnaise
- sriracha sauce
- liquid aminos
- garlic powder
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Where to find gluten-free mayo?
Here are my favorite go-to gluten-free mayonnaise options:
How to make Sriracha Aioli:
Ummmm..... so you're gonna love these instructions...
Are you ready for them????
Take your ingredients and place them in a medium mixing bowl, mix them, and you're done!
Boom! Magic sauce!
Can I turn this aioli into a drizzle?
You absolutely can!
Here's how you can do that - add in a Tablespoon of water or vinegar, stir, and check the new consistency.
Need it even more drizzly??? Continue to add in more water or vinegar a tablespoon at a time until it reaches the consistency you need for that fancy drizzle you're looking for!
Aioli alternative ingredients:
Instead of using gluten free mayo, you can swap it out with non-fat plain Greek yogurt. Make sure that it is the plain (no flavor) Greek yogurt or you may be in for an oddly sweet surprise!
You can also use gluten-free soy sauce (or regular soy sauce if you don't need the gluten-free version of this aioli!) instead of liquid aminos.
Coconut aminos can work as a substitution for the liquid aminos too!
What's the difference between coconut aminos and liquid aminos?
Well, they are made from different things but a big reason why people use one over the other is that liquid aminos contains soy and coconut aminos does not.
How to store leftover aioli:
You can store your leftover aioli sauce in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days.
Can you freeze Aioli?
Nope, not really.
Oil-based foods don't do well frozen, they break and separate.
More delicious gluten-free sauces:
- Healthy Cilantro Avocado Cream Sauce
- Smashed Strawberry Champagne Sauce
- Orange Basil Butter Sauce
- Goat Cheese Pasta Sauce
- Garlic Basil Butter Sauce
- Baja Avocado Pasta Sauce
- 1 cup gluten-free mayo
- 1 tablespoon sriracha sauce
- 1 tablespoon liquid aminos
- ½ teaspoon garlic powder
- Place all ingredients in a medium-size mixing bowl and mix together thoroughly. Then serve in a pretty dish or bowl!
When you want the skinny version of this aioli, simply substitute the mayonnaise with non-fat plain Greek yogurt.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 127Total Fat: 14gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 11gCholesterol: 8mgSodium: 224mgCarbohydrates: 1gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 0g