Jalapeno Lime Dressing

"Posted by request. Can be used either as a salad dressing or a dip for tortilla chips or vegetables."
 
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Ready In:
10mins
Ingredients:
6
Yields:
3 Cups
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ingredients

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directions

  • Place all ingredients in blender and blend until smooth.
  • Chill and use as a salad dressing or dip for tortilla chips.

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  1. Rita1652
    Spicy! I used a 3.5 oz can of whole, roasted and peeled jalapenos in place of both chilis. For those of you that can`t handle to much heat be sure to remove the seeds. Or even replace with a roasted sweet pepper. My bunch of cilantro equaled 1/4 cup packed. I used a whole tomato because mine was small. Added 1 garlic clove. I served this over iceburg and cherry tomatoes. Found it very spicy which hits after the flavor of the cilantro and then ending with a hint of garlic. This make a large amount and the Nutrition Facts states that its 1 cup per serving which I can`t see I`m sure it`s more like 1-2 tablespoons. This would be excellent with chips! Or on a taco salad! Thanks!
     
  2. Ms B.
    Very simple idea with a nice flavor. My hubby can sometimes be stubborn and doesn't want to vary from his beloved ranch dressing. But, the flavor of this was familiar enough for him to be comfortable, but had just enough kick to really compliment a tossed salad served with Easiest Chicken Dinner Ever (recipe #159348). I will whip this up this again.
     
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  1. Rita1652
    Spicy! I used a 3.5 oz can of whole, roasted and peeled jalapenos in place of both chilis. For those of you that can`t handle to much heat be sure to remove the seeds. Or even replace with a roasted sweet pepper. My bunch of cilantro equaled 1/4 cup packed. I used a whole tomato because mine was small. Added 1 garlic clove. I served this over iceburg and cherry tomatoes. Found it very spicy which hits after the flavor of the cilantro and then ending with a hint of garlic. This make a large amount and the Nutrition Facts states that its 1 cup per serving which I can`t see I`m sure it`s more like 1-2 tablespoons. This would be excellent with chips! Or on a taco salad! Thanks!
     

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