Spicy Corn Dip

take a dip

take a dip

Today, we are revealing the recipe for the BEST corn dip you have ever had. That’s right, you heard it here! This recipe is straight from the lips of Patty, co-owner of The Spot Gourmet, a Los Angeles based gourmet catering company.

Rachel first got the idea to ask Patty to do this cooking lesson after The Spot Gourmet catered Melody‘s wedding. This dip was the talk of the reception and everyone kept asking, “Rachel, is this recipe going to be on your blog?” What on earth is in this magical dip you may ask? It’s perfectly creamy and cheesy, yet has this spicy kick at the end of each bite. So here it is. Make this for your next gathering and watch as your guests go wild!

Ingredients:

1 cup yellow onion chop fine
1/4 cup garlic chop fine
1 cup red bell pepper chop fine
3 cups corn – fresh or frozen don’t matter
2 cups shredded cheddar
2 cups shredded jalepeno jack
1.5 cup whipped cream cheese
1.5 cup mayo
1 cup cilantro chopped
1 cup scallions chopped
2 tablespoon chipotle in adobe puree and say ole
2 Tablespoon tapatio  – use more if you like it hot!
salt and pepper to taste

Directions:

pretty colors

pretty colors

Saute onion, pepper and corn in saute pan on medium heat for 3-4 minutes
Add garlic saute for another 2 minutes

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and then there was cheese…

Add cream cheese and let soften in the pan with the ingredients for another 3-5 minutes – chunk up the cream cheese and mix in.

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all the fixings

Take the pan and dump the ingredients into a bowl – add the cheese, mayonnaise, cilantro, scallions, chipotle and tapatio.

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the ladies at work

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Mix, mix, mix until good and incorporated – try with a chip and add more chipotle or tapatio if you like your tongue to tingle.

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almost ready!

Add a pinch of salt and pepper

done!

done!

put in an oven proof dish and bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes until the top is a nice brown and the sides are bubbly.  serve with chips

a bite of heaven

a bite of heaven

happy camper

happy camper

Let us know how you like it! Enjoy!!

11 Responses to “Spicy Corn Dip”

    • jonathanmelendez

      Hello Sara, it’s just a brand of hot sauce. You can use your favorite brand of hot sauce instead! ~Jonathan

      Reply
  1. Elaine Cleveland

    Sounds very good. Where do u find chipotle adobe? In the taco isle, also, is the hot sauce taco hot sauce or just the regular ole hot sauce?

    Reply
    • jonathanmelendez

      Hello Elaine, thanks for the question! You can typically find it in the taco aisle or in the “Mexican Food” aisle, right by the jarred salsa or enchilada sauce! ~Jonathan

      Reply
  2. Susan

    This made my mouth water just reading about it. I’ll make it for my poker group.

    Reply
  3. DeeDee

    By hot sauce, do you mean like tobasco? I love the ingredients, but would omit the bell peppers and use jalapeno instead. Would that work?

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