Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

Tasty condiment for sandwiches, but I think it makes a fantastic dip as well. Adapted from Chile Pepper magazine.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Put all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
  2. Transfer to a bowl or squeeze bottle, and refrigerate until needed.


Most Helpful

Very easy and very good. Ground cumin can overpower a recipe so I regularly use cumin seeds and ground it with a mortar and pestle. Takes another 30 seconds, but adds to the recipe. I also seeded my chipotle before putting it in the blender.

pjanthony15_5638156 July 26, 2015

This was very good. I made a single serving by cutting ingredients to approximates and also made some substitutions. I used a Goya Cilantro Base (in place of fresh cilantro (1/8 tsp), powderd chipoltle pepper (in place of adobo), cayenne pepper, black pepper and garlic powder in addion to the other ingredients. It was perfect for the Tuna Cake I made (instead of a crab cake).

terra.murphy_9946356 February 19, 2014

Wonderful! Perfect topping for Black Bean Burgers. Our guests were loving this aioli so much that they started to dip taco chips in it!

DebS #2 July 09, 2012

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