Does aioli have raw egg?

Chef's answer
If you ask me, aioli is quite similar to mayonnaise. They're both made of raw eggs emulsified with oil (mayonnaise is made with neutral oil, while aioli is made with olive oil) and a little bit of acid (mayonnaise uses vinegar, while aioli uses lemon juice). Sometimes the French add a little bit of mustard.
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Aioli: An emulsified sauce made of oil and garlic with an emulsifying agent (usually egg). ... Remoulade: An aioli served chilled with a variety of herbs and spices. Traditionally this will include: mustard, capers, anchovies, and pickles.1 Jul 2011
If you ask me, aioli is quite similar to mayonnaise. They're both made of raw eggs emulsified with oil (mayonnaise is made with neutral oil, while aioli is made with olive oil) and a little bit of acid (mayonnaise uses vinegar, while aioli uses lemon juice). Sometimes the French add a little bit of mustard.
AioliAioliTypesaucePlace of origineastern Spain and Southern FranceMain ingredientsOlive oil, garlicCookbook: Aioli Media: Aioli
The Difference Between Aioli and Mayo Although aioli and mayonnaise are both creamy emulsions, aioli is made from garlic and olive oil while mayo is made from egg yolks and canola oil. The final result may look similar but the two sauces have distinctly different flavors.
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