Southwest Chipotle Cheese Dip

Total Time
10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

This dip is perfect for vegetables, crackers, or even spread on bread. If you can't find Chipotle Cheddar cheese, use sharp cheddar and add dried chipotles to taste.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Combine all ingredients in food processor, blend until smooth.

Reviews

(3)
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I give this 4 stars but my guests at my BBQ give it 5! It had a great taste, though it definitely tasted better with crackers (used Cheez Its Low Fat and Cheez Its Hot and Spicy) than with veggies (carrots and celery).

EmilyStrikesAgain June 27, 2007

YUMMY!! I was in the mood for a hot dip but this was the only one I came across that I had all the ingredients for, so I gave it a shot! I switched it up a bit, although used the basic core ingredients so I still consider it an accurate review. I used a mexican-blend shredded cheese (with no added spices), two chipotle peppers chopped very fine and two garlic cloves, then baked it all in a small casserole dish for 15 minutes at 350! Amazing! I also topped it with sliced green onion and chopped cilantro after it came out of the oven. Served 'er up with some tortilla chips and I was in chipotle-cheese-heaven! I'll make this one a lot! Thanks!

hepcat1 May 23, 2007

Quick, easy and full of flavor. I used sharp cheddar and added the dried chipotles. Which is a great way to adjust the chipotle flavor. I served it with assorted vegetables and everyone loved it and asked for the resipe. Thanks for sharing a great recipe, MaryBeth Clark.

Merlot January 02, 2005

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