Garlic Sauce: Learn How to Make

The garlic sauce is one of the most popular seasonings we can find. Known as aioli in some countries, it is a perfect companion for meats and potatoes, but it also looks delicious in a hamburger, a sandwich, a hot dog, or a dip, and once you have it ready, you can try it with that you fancy.

The best thing is that it is an effortless preparation that will take you a few minutes, so in this article, we explain how to make a delicious garlic sauce


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Step One

The garlic sauce can have many variations; in some countries, they add a sprig of fresh parsley or cilantro to the ingredients, which gives it a simply delicious touch. In other places, a dash of hot pepper is incorporated into the recipe to make the flavor more intense.

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In this article, we will teach you the most basic recipe of all, to which you can add these optional ingredients if you wish.

Step Two

Peel the garlic first, and then using a food processor, or blender, crush the garlic along with the tablespoon of lemon juice. Once they have been crushed, add the egg to the mixture and the salt and pepper and continue beating.

Step Three

While stirring, you should add the cup of oil to the mixture in an excellent thread, little by little if you have someone to help you with this task, much better, as it is essential to proceed gradually so that the garlic sauce reaches the correct consistency and does not cut.

Step Three

Once you have finished adding the oil, continue stirring until the garlic sauce reaches the desired point. If you plan to add parsley or coriander, this is the ideal time to do it, stirring a little until it is crushed.

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When it is the desired thickness, stop stirring, serve in a container, and place in the fridge for at least 30 minutes. Ready! By following these simple instructions, you can prepare an exquisite garlic sauce perfect for snacking or serving with your dishes.

Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff

Sources: Uncomo