Creamy, spicy and tangy, this spread is served with tortilla crisps and can be accompanied by a fresh tomato salsa of your choice. I first tasted it with pre-dinner drinks at a Mexican-themed dinner party, and asked for the recipe. You can decide how 'chilli hot' you want it by varying the amount of chilli. It will be much hotter if you include the chilli seeds. Preparation time does not include chilling.