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Raw Vegetables with Fancy Aioli (Gluten-Free)


Aioli saves the day. Photo: CC--didricks

Celiac.com 09/14/2016 - Want to get gluten-free and fancy in a flash, with minimal effort and maximum culinary impact? Mayonnaise is your friend.

Ingredients:
Fresh vegetables, cut into bite-sized pieces. (I usually include carrots, steamed cauliflower, steamed broccoli, blanched asparagus, fresh radishes, fresh celery, fresh cucumbers, and fresh tomatoes.)

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Mayonnaise
Your choice of spices, including Sriracha, mustard, horseradish, smoked paprika, chipotle powder, curry powder, minced dill pickles, roasted garlic, lemon zest, or lime juice.

Directions:
Mix 1-2 tablespoons mayonnaise as desired with Sriracha, mustard, horseradish, smoked paprika, chipotle powder, curry powder, minced dill pickles, roasted garlic, lemon zest, or lime juice.

Place into small serving dishes, and serve with vegetable platter.

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