Ingredient (english)

Aioli Cream

Aioli Cream

Aioli Creme has the consistency of a mayonnaise and tastes intensely of garlic. It goes well as a dip with tomatoes or salad cucumber and tastes great with bread chips or crackers. Aioli cream is available in 150 gram packs in the refrigerated shelf. Unlike the thinner aioli sauce, aioli cream is not as easy to spread on salads.

All data per 100 g:
647 kcal
4 g
1 g
70 g

Recipes with Aioli Cream

Back fish in strudel dough
Back fish in strudel dough For baking fish in the strudel dough preheat the oven to 200° and line a baking tray with baking paper. Remove any remaining bones from the saithe fillet. ...
Baked gilthead with aioli
Baked gilthead with aioli is prepared with oven vegetables. Preheat baking oven to 200° C. ...
Calamari fish rolls with aioli
Calamari fish rolls with aioli taste best freshly prepared. Preheat the deep fryer to 180° C for the calamari. ...
Cold starters
Cold starters can be prepared in the twinkling of an eye. The ingredients for cold starters can be kept in stock for a few days. ...
Cordon bleu Baguette
Cordon bleu Baguette For Cordon bleu baguette fry small slices of chicken escalope in oil and season with salt and pepper. Cut the baguette open and cover the lower halves with cooked ham. ...
Croque ham
Croque ham For Croque ham preheat the oven grill at the highest setting. Cut the fresh baguette into two pieces of about 125 g and cut lengthwise. ...
Prawns tomato mozzarella skewers
Prawns tomato mozzarella skewers can be served hot or cold. Defrost shrimps in good time, rinse and dry well. ...
Quail Eggs Tatar Balls
Quail Eggs Tatar Balls can be served hot or cold. Place quail eggs in boiling water. ...
Roast Paprika Tapas
Roast Paprika Tapas Roasted Paprika Tapas taste especially good when served hot from the pan, but the Tapas can also be served cold. Rinse the peppers and dry them carefully so that they do not splash when roasted. ...

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