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Blendtec garlic aioli

Garlic Aioli - Blendtec

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Serve this garlic aioli as a dip, spread, or sauce - you can even slather it on chicken before baking.

Total time:  20 S
Servings:  8
Calories:  16

Ingredients

  • 1 cup fat-free Greek yogurt
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1 tsp. lemon juice
  • 3/4 tsp. dried dill
  • 1/4 tsp. kosher or sea salt
  • 1/8 tsp. ground black pepper

Nutritional Information

  • Serving Size: 2 tbsp.
  • Fat: 0g
  • Saturated Fat: 0g
  • Cholesterol: 0mg
  • Sodium: 82mg
  • Carbohydrates: 1g
  • Fiber: 0g
  • Sugar: 1g
  • Protein: 3g

Instructions

  1. Add ingredients to Twister jar, and place Twister lid on jar.
  2. Blend on a Low speed for 20 seconds; twist lid counterclockwise while blending.

Note: If making this recipe in the FourSide jar, double the ingredients. If making this recipe in the WildSide+ jar, triple the ingredients.


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30 comments


  • Just use any blender and you will be O.K.

    archie on

  • I plan to try making it in the big blendtec jar. Can’t see why it wouldn’t work

    seaofstories on

  • Blendtec relied on Facebook.

    If using the FourSide jar, try doubling the recipe. If using the WildSide jar, try tripling the recipe.

    Matt on

  • Just stop the blender, scrape the sides with a spatula and mix again. You know, the old fashioned way :)

    Emily on

  • Is there a problem with using the ordinary jar? Probably not.

    Grancy on

  • I have the same question as No-Slack-Jack and am waiting for an answer. I just purchased my Blendtec and no one ever mentioned any jars other than the wildside one that came with mine. I looked into purchasing and was floored at how expensive they are for just a plastic jar! I am seriously considering returning mine as I am not going to invest several hundred dollars MORE than I already have to have a fully functioning device! I really feel like this was false advertising.

    selser on

  • I have the twister jar, I use it for my butters. I use the large jar for everything else including mayo and other cream sauces. I don’t thing that you would have to have the twister jar for this recipe. I really love my Blendtec and I use it everyday. My son has one too, he doesn’t have the twister jar.

    jocelynbigras@gmail.com on

  • i don’t have a wildside jar, but i understand you can use any jar for these recipes, you just need to stop and scrape down the sides once or twice. i make lots of ‘twister’ recipes in the regular jars. i do love this blender, but have no interest in buying another costly jar! good luck!

    melanie on

  • Hello… I also purchased the Designer Series Wildside, and was shocked to see in your supplied recipe book, how many recipes call for the Fourside Jar or the Twister Jar…. I thought the Wildside Jar would do it all. This is the main reason I purchased the Wildside…..

    Peter on

  • You can usually just double the recipe for other jars to accommodate the Wild Side jar. The Blendec comes with the recipe book that has recipe examples for both the Wild Side and Four Side jar, the Twister jar is smaller than the Four Side jar as far as I know, and that is the only change they usually mention between the Wild Side and Four Side variations, just doubling the recipe.

    Mixy on

  • It does seem like a lot of tools…before purchasing mine, I watched the videos and read the info. about the different jars. It does explain why there is a need for each one. They are all great at doing their assigned tasks. I use all three of mine, and I am very satisfied. Just give them a try—you’ll see just how great they are! :-) At least, I do not have to keep replacing them as I did w/all of the previous ones—purchase quality = less in our landfills, too!

    Satisfied Customer on

  • I only have the wild side also but just put the ingredients in and pulse it until it is well blended and it is no big deal. I have had mine for over a year and I use it almost every day and just get creative and you will love it. The only problem is I need to put in ear plugs. I think I may be getting some hearing loss.

    SLICK AS A LICK on

  • I fully agree on the extra jars – ridiculously expensive! Recently there was a "$30 off Sale" on the special jar for dips and Hummus (Chickpea paste), but $110 less $30 is still $80, plus shipping….. I’m not impressed.

    Avid Cook on

  • The twister jar is a really small jar (meaning the blade and bottom of the jar are also small not just its height )which comes in handy when blending small quantities like this Aioli. I love the twister jar.

    BeverlyAnn Chyatte on

  • You don’t need to have the smaller twister jar to make this…just use the wildside. It works just as well.

    MeMe on

  • Selser…Don’t return your blendtec…you don’t need the twister if you don’t want to buy it…I don’t have it (but plan on buying it one day). If you have only the wildside jar I would double the recipe and you’ll be good to go!

    catherine chappell on

  • Don’t return the Blendtec! This is the best investment you’ve made for your health. You don’t have to have the Twister jar to make this dip. You can use the wildside jar and push on dip button. The jar is so expensive because it comes with the blades. You will love this blender and won’t regret it for sure.

    Blendtecfan on

  • Agree with Catherine. No_Slack_Jack and Selser, you can absolutely double the recipe and make in your wildside jar. I recommend mincing the garlic ahead of time or using a press. You may have to stop the machine and push the ingredients towards the center and continue blending. You will LOVE your Blendtec Selser!

    Blender Babes on

  • i own this blender and its less attractive but equally awesome predecessor. My original blender came 9 years ago with a standard jar. I don’t think the wildside jar was invented yet. i loved it so much that i moved it to my pool bar and bought a designer series so i could make these recipes. At that point, i ordered my blender with a wildside jar and i paid the extra for the twister jar. I LOVE the twister jar. i make a homemade caesar dressing in it, without measuring anything, and it turns out perfect every time. i have made nut butters and just small batches of things. i think that is the biggest reason for this recipe using the twister jar, the quantiy would be lost in the wildside jar. You could probably do it if you double the recipe. This is the most amazing blender on the market. Its only competition is the vitamix, which my parents bought for $700 or 800. i have my blender and all the jars for less than this and a lot more versatility in my blender. Plus the blendtec jars are easier to clean than the vitamix. Don’t send yours back, just enjoy it and consider saving up for an extra jar in the future!

    darcon on

  • Selser… I would definitely recommend that you DON’T return your Blendtec. It is the best on the market. I, also,do not have the Twister jar but will probably eventually get one.

    However, you can do just like some of the others are saying and double the recipe or make other ‘adjustments’ to accomplish the item(s).
    As for "just a plastic jar", I have been in the plastics industry and can assure the Blendtec jars are made of a very high-end and quality plastic. I mean, just think of having ice cubes thrown around in them at nearly 80-100 mph. It’s got to be good to stand up to that kind of use.
    Just make the adjustments and I think you’ll realize you have a quality product in your Blendtec.
    YourConscience

    YourConscience on

  • Thanks everyone! Like selser, I was shocked at the cost for something I would likely use infrequently. Maybe I’ll change my mind and maybe they’ll wise up and significantly drop (i.e., by a good 50%) the price on the Twister — as Blendtec can see from this forum, more than 49 people out of a total 60 pieces of feedback agree w/ this.

    Selser, that said, as Catherine noted, the Blendtec is a super product and I too recommend keeping it. As far as I figured out there are only 2 really good blenders available to consumers: Blendtec and VitaMix; if expense is a concern, then I would stay away from VitaMix because it makes the Blendtec seem very inexpensive and it seems to be rather outdated! We’ve been quite satisfied w/ the Blendtec.

    No_Slack_Jack on

  • On Facebook, they suggested doubling the recipe for the Four Side Jar and either tripling for the WIld Side.

    PJ on

  • stay in on the email and Facebook lists because sometimes they have things that go on sale. I purchased a Wildside jar around Christmas time and it was on super sale.

    Heidi H. on

  • I have a Blendtec, got it 8 months ago, mine came with 2 jars, Was a special on Costco. This is the best blender you can ever have, we use all the time, I do my almond milk, smothies,sauces.And I got the twister on Mother’s Day my best gift!!! I do protein bars for my kids lunch, nut butters and when we need small quantities. I love my Blendtec because my family eats better and healthier food!!!
    Jeanet

    Jeanet on

  • It would be nice to have the instructions for real thick allioli, that is with olive oil and garlic and no yogurt, nor dill

    Gema on

  • I bought my twister jar 2 years after i purchased my blendtec, waited 4 the price 2 go down, it never did go down, then i saw an add for the twister jar at bed bath & beyond, it was on sale plus i got 20% off with free shipping, i love it well worth the purchase, wish i would have bought it sooner

    Sharon on

  • I can’t help but think, if they didn’t spend so much money on "Will It Blend?" by blending Apple watches and iPhones- then maybe the twister jars could be a little more affordable? I too bought the Blendtec at Costco. The sales man assured me nut butter would be no problem in the classic they were selling that day. But it is a problem and tricky. I am disappointed.

    Jacquie Cooper Garcia on

  • This is CRAP! If you sell a $400 blender, then at least hire a competent chef to write your recipes. Aioli is oil and egg based. Nitwit.

    Statistics Palin on

  • If you look just above the review it says triple the recipe for the wildside jar

    Crusher on

  • I don’t own the Twister Jar, nor do I plan on buying one. Any alternate ideas for the Wild Side jar?

    No_Slack_Jack on

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