This horseradish aioli recipe is rich and creamy and loaded with the zingy flavors of garlic, lemon, and horseradish. It's a kick of flavor with every dip!
I love the kick of horseradish in almost everything, but it's especially great in this creamy aioli. I love to use it for dipping and topping sandwiches and burgers.
Horseradish Aioli Recipe
This horseradish aioli was inspired by my other spicy aioli recipe and my horseradish dip on this site. This dip pairs well with this amazing nacho fries recipe or our air fryer frozen sweet potato fries among others.
It only takes a handful of simple ingredients to make this delicious recipe.
- Prepared horseradish - well-drained
- Grated garlic
- Fresh lemon juice
- Kosher salt
It only takes 2 steps to make this super easy recipe.
Step 1: Prep
Drain the horseradish and grate the garlic clove.
Step 2: Mix All Ingredients
Mix all the aioli ingredients well. Place in a container with a tight-fitting lid like a mason jar and chill for at least an hour before serving.
Hint: The longer you chill this sauce, the better it will be. Make it the day before serving for best results.
Don't have the correct ingredients on hand or want to change something up? Here are some helpful tips for you to change this horseradish aioli recipe.
- Greek Yogurt - If you don't have mayonnaise, you can use Greek yogurt.
- Real Lemon - If you don't have a lemon to juice, you can use Real Lemon.
Want to personalize this horseradish aioli recipe? Here are some of my tried and true tips for changing up this recipe.
- Spicy - Add a pinch of cayenne pepper to the dip for even more heat.
- Chives - Try adding finely chopped chives to the recipe.
If you love recipes like this, you may also enjoy this avocado aioli.
You'll only need a few pieces of basic kitchen equipment to make this recipe.
- Measuring cups and spoons
- Mason jar or another similar container
Store this aioli in the refrigerator for up to a week.
Very little is required to make this aioli, but I do have a couple of tips to help you make it the best that it can possibly be.
- Drain the horseradish as much as possible so you don't water down the aioli.
- If possible, let this aioli chill overnight before serving so the flavors can meld even better.
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Do you have questions about horseradish aioli? Here are some of the most commonly asked questions about this horseradish aioli recipe.
It's a spicy root vegetable related to mustard and wasabi and a cousin of broccoli, cauliflower, and brussel sprouts. Contrary to its name, horseradish is actually toxic to horses.
Traditional aioli is made of garlic, salt, olive oil, and eggs. These days, it refers to any simple mayonnaise-based sauce heavily flavored with garlic.
It will keep for up to a week in the refrigerator.
If you didn't drain the horseradish extremely well, it watered down the sauce.
Ready to get cooking? Remember that you can print this recipe if you would like.
- Get out and measure your ingredients.
- Add mayonnaise, prepared horseradish, garlic, fresh lemon juice and salt to a small bowl, ideally with a lid.
- Stir with whisk until blended.
- Cover and refrigerate until needed, at least an hour for flavors to meld together if not overnight. The longer the better honestly.
- Enjoy every bite!