Doesn't that look deelish? These Jicama fries and Spicy Yogurt Aioli-like Dip are really easy to make. I'm using the term "aioli-like" because true aioli has garlic and olive oil in it, and this dip doesn't but it has the texture of an aioli.
Making the fries and dip
To make the Jicama fries, simply cut fresh jicama into fry like pieces or if you have a French Fry cutter, use jicama instead of potato. Sprinkle sea salt on fries.
To make the dip for one person, take 2 tbsp of Greek honey yogurt, and start off mixing in 1/2 tsp of Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce. This sauce is very popular, and is offered in many chain grocery stores in the Asian food section.
- I suggest starting off with a small amount of the hot sauce because you can always add more if you want more heat. I use the Greek yogurt over traditional yogurt because the Greek version is thicker like mayonnaise.
- The Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce tastes really good with honey Greek yogurt. I tried the hot sauce with a Vanilla and Plain Greek yogurt but it just didn't have the same panache the honey combo creates.
- I have not tried any other types or brands of hot sauce, but if you do, please let me know how it turned out.