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.
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).
Wonderful! Perfect topping for Black Bean Burgers. Our guests were loving this aioli so much that they started to dip taco chips in it!
I found the recipe as written a little to strong for our taste! (I know....wimps!!!) I added 1/2 cup more of mayonnaise and added about 1-1/2 tsp of Truffle Oil. Now, that was yummy. Served it as a dip for french fries!
I am not a fan of Cilantro so I left that out, but otherwise this is fantastic.
I made this for a baked/fried potato dip. The leftovers led to my new favorite burger recipe. Grilled and slathered with Chipotle Aioli & pickled beets.
Terrific Recipe! I made this to spread on the buns for Salmon burgers and got rave reviews! I'm thinking it will be a great dip for sweet potato fries too!
This stuff is great! It has just the right amount of kick. Used it as a dip for Coconut Shrimp. I'm thinking of trying it this week on a turkey burger...thanks for sharing the recipe!
Loved this! I used it as a dip for roasted fingerling potatoes. Sooo good! I think it would be really good as a dip for french fries too. Followed the recipe, but added about 1 tbsp honey to get that spicy/sweet taste. Thanks for sharing!
Great recipe! I used about 3 large peppers (mine came whole in the can, I don't know if that's normal). I had it with Catfish Cakes , but I think it would be great on burgers or anything off the grill!
This was fantastic. I served it as a dip with Cajun Chicken Fingers and some onion rings. I only used 3 teaspoons of ime juice because we usually find the lime taste too strong in moste recipes that call for it. I would think that this would be great in a variety of uses, with veggies, chips, crackers, on a burger, etc. It will be fun trying them all out. Great recipe thanks so much for sharing!