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Peruvian Aji-Style Sauce


"I got this recipe from a restaurant in California 10 years ago. It's been a staple in my refrigerator ever since. It's excellent with rotisserie chicken. You can lower the calories if you stream in olive oil in replace of the mayo."
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15 m servings 50 cals
Original recipe yields 10 servings

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Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 50 calories; 4.5 g fat; 2.2 g carbohydrates; 0.7 g protein; 2 mg cholesterol; 36 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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This tastes very similar to an aji sauce I find at a local Peruvian restaurant. The first time I made this was about a month ago, and I've been hooked ever since! It's great on chicken, rice, ...

This stuff is addicting. Thank you!! I used more mayo, left the seeds in the jalapenos, and didn't have any green onions.... You can't go wrong with this delicious sauce!

AWSOME recipe ! Added about 1/8 cup of Olive oil instead of the entire 1/4 cup mayo. Taste was great!

Omg, it was super delicious. I made enough tontake to work. If you need to cool it done just a bit, chop up a half of cucumber and blend it in with the other ingredients. I will be making again.

So so yummy! This is my new sauce with Peruvian roast chicken or turkey.

I used a large handful of fresh chives from the garden instead of the green onions, and used pickled jalapenos as I did not have any fresh ones. I had less cilantro and only half a small head o...


I followed the original recipe with a generous "half bunch of cilantro" and loved it! Thanks Dorothy!

I like the aji however I definitely had to add a smidgen of water and a drizzle of olive oil so the ingredients would blend. I also added half a lime juice for a little zest and a couple of min...