aioli

[ahy-oh-lee, ey-oh-; French a-yaw-lee]
noun Cookery.
a garlic-flavored mayonnaise of Provence, served with fish and seafood and often with vegetables.

Origin:
1895–1900; < French aïoli < Provençal, equivalent to ai garlic (< Latin allium) + oli oil (< Latin oleum; see oil)

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aïoli (aɪˈəʊlɪ, eɪ-)
 
n
garlic mayonnaise
 
[from French ail garlic]

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Example sentences
On the plate with it were three small ramekins of garlic aioli, shallot
  marmalade and ketchup.
It is usually served with a toasted baguette slathered in aioli, a traditional
  creamy garlic sauce.
For those who want something different, try the tuna burger, served with wasabi
  aioli.
Try all of the above with lemony aioli or mint pesto.
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