Hatch Chile Aïoli with Fried Green Tomatoes

September9

Hatch Green Chile Aioli with Fried Green Tomatoes

Here’s one recipe you really need to know how to make: aïoli (pronounced “eye-oh-lee”).

Why do you need this creamy garlic-infused sauce in your kitchen know-how arsenal? Because it’s one of those condiments that can bring a little zip to so many dishes… and there are little ways you can change it to give it a bit more “WOW.”

Like when I added a few roasted Hatch Chiles.

I made Fried Green Tomatoes to go with my Hatch Chile Aïoli. But you can serve this full-flavored sauce with fish or chicken… or add a spoonful or two on top of fresh steamed vegetables to give them a kick.

Making aïoli is similar to making homemade mayonnaise, but a lot easier if you use a food processor or blender. Speaking of mayo, I sometimes use Hatch Chile Aïoli instead of mayonnaise in potato salad for a real taste sensation!

 

Like this recipe? Then you’ll love Red Chile Sauce (Salsa de Chile Guajillo)

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    1. Christina Post author

      Thanks for your sweet compliment! I think I signed up for email, but I’m not sure, so I’ll mosey on over there to see what’s happening! Great link up!

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  3. Sydney @ Tastefully Frugal

    Wow I didn’t know how easy this sauce was to make! My hubby loves heat in his food and I’m more of a mild flavor girl but this would be great to have on hand to put on his dinners where I use mayo! And I’m sure all of us will love the green tomatoes! Thank you for linking up at Creative K Kids Tasty Tuesdays. I’ll be pinning this on the Tasty Tuesdays Board & My Dips and Sauces board. Have a great week!

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    1. Christina Post author

      Thanks for the compliment, girlfriend! I also made this sauce using mayonnaise (cheater, cheater I know), and it was still delicious. I’m so bad, I love it on everything! Love the Tasty Tuesday party!

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  4. Robyn @ simply fresh dinners

    I had to come check out your blog after meeting you on Twitter 🙂
    I haven’t had fried green tomatoes in so long and these look fabulous! Tomatoes garlic, lemon and some heat? How perfect – all my favourite flavours. Lovely, fun blog you have here – glad to discover you, Christine. Have a great day!

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Hi…
I’m Christina Chavez

I was a TV journalist for many years, but with a house full of kids I decided to come off the road, go to culinary school and follow my passion for cooking. Mama’s High Strung is all about food… everything from creative recipe ideas to some really cool kitchen gadgets and cooking tips. I live in Chicago, but I love to travel and write about my food discoveries! You can reach me by email: mama@mamashighstrung.com.