Total Time
5mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

From Southern Living, this is a simple, yet elegant mayonnaise. Use in place of tartar sauce on fish, on bread, with meats, tuna, chicken salad, or cheese and tomatoes!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Mix all ingredients together. Keep in refrigerator.
  2. You may substitute parsley for rosemary, if desired.

Reviews

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This a lovely aioli, I love the combination of flavors. I started with about 2 Tbls of mayo, used my mortar & pestle to grind up dry rosemary - about 1/2 tsp or so, used a small clove of garlic, about 1/4 tsp of zest and a few squeezes of lemon juice, I also added a little black pepper. I had a left over chicken scallop that I had pan grilled and used it with the aioli to make a sandwich on whole grain bread. I found it interesting that the rosemary flavor stood out more on the sandwich then tasting the mayo out of the dish, so I would cut back a little on that. If making a bigger quantity I would increase the garlic, as a personal preference. Thank you Sharon another wonderful recipe. Made for 123 Hit Wonders Tag.

momaphet March 06, 2009

This is so good, plus so simple. Delicious served on poached salmon. I made the recipe as stated,cutting it in half, using fresh rosemary, but used 2 cloves garlic. Anxious to use the left over in tuna salad. Thank you Sharon for another tasty recipe.

Barb Gertz August 16, 2005

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