This delicious chorizo mayonnaise will become an essential part of your sauce collection. Bursting with flavour combines spice, smokiness, and creaminess to burgers, buttermilk-fried chicken, or chicken goujons.
Cooking the garlic slowly turns it sweet and sticky, while the chorizo adds a smoky, meaty dimension. Mayonnaise ties these elements together, and parsley provides a fresh counterpoint.
Adding a dash of lemon juice offers a cutting acidity, further enhanced by the parsley, making this sauce even more refreshing.
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About the Ingredients
Garlic: When raw, garlic has a strong aroma and taste, but its flavour mellows and sweetens when cooked. It's a versatile addition to many dishes.
Chorizo: This spicy Spanish sausage comes in various regional varieties. All contain pork and are flavoured with smoked paprika. You can find both air-dried and fresh cooking chorizo, with smokiness and spice-level options.
Mayonnaise: This thick, creamy sauce is made from oil, egg yolks, lemon juice or vinegar, and seasonings. It's an emulsion, combining ingredients that usually don't mix well. A store-bought or homemade mayonnaise is a base for many other sauces and dressings.
Parsley: A staple in British cuisine, parsley comes in curly and flat-leaf varieties. It has a fresh, grassy flavour and is commonly used in salsas, creamy sauces, and as a garnish.
A blender is highly recommended for effortlessly creating a variety of delicious sauces and dressings. It's a sound investment, especially if you make homemade dressings and sauces for your business.
What You'll Need
|Olive Oil||3 teaspoons|
|Garlic Cloves, crushed||10|
|Fresh Parsley, chopped||30g|
|Lemon Juice||of half a lemon|
|Chilli Flakes, optional||1/4 teaspoon|
1. Place the diced chorizo & crushed garlic into a cold frying pan with olive oil. Fry on low heat until the chorizo turns crispy and golden. Use a spatula to transfer the chorizo and garlic to a blender. Allow to cool briefly.
2. Add the high-quality mayonnaise and chopped parsley to the blender. Blend until you achieve your preferred texture.
3. Add a squeeze of fresh lemon juice to taste.
4. Add some chilli flakes if you like a bit more kick.
Your chorizo mayonnaise is ready to impress your customers and keep them returning for more.