Fire Roasted Jalapeno Dip is thick, creamy, and cheesy and has a subtle deliciousness of jalapeno. I am extremely fond of jalapenos. In consequence, I have posted many recipes with jalapenos. This one however is my favorite because I came up with something really different. I have never roasted jalapeno directly on the flame. It was a memorable experience for me. Just hold the jalapeno pepper carefully with a long tong and put it a little above the flame. Keep turning to all sides and smell the tempting aroma. I did no deseed the pepper. Feel free to deseed to reduce the strong spicy flavor of the dip.
In my next step, I blended this fire roasted jalapeno pepper with cashew nuts. These nuts needed to be softened a bit so I poured over some boiling water and let it stand for few minutes. Later, drained and combined with flavorful nutritional yeast and rest of the ingredients in a blender and blended it smooth.
Guess what? Fire Roasted Jalapeno Dip is the most wanted dip in my home. Recently while hosting parties this dip has been in demand so I always have some dip handy. I always have this dip handy in my refrigerator. This versatile Fire Roasted Jalapeno Dip can be used as a spread on sandwiches, or as a dressing on salads or just a dip for chips, crackers or veggies. We relish this dip frequently, so, if you really want to know what I am trying to say, you have to make this dip right now. It’s so easy and quick and has a long shelve life.
This dip requires only 5 ingredients (excluding water) and 12 minutes of your time. I am sure you must be having all the ingredients in your pantry right now. Just grab a fresh and beautiful jalapeno pepper out of your refrigerator and start roasting. However, feel free to roast the jalapeno pepper on a grill if desired. The taste will almost be the same. I would still insist to roast the pepper directly on the flame and to get the experience that I got in my kitchen. This method of roasting appealed to me that I look forward to blending another batch of this lip smacking Fire Roasted Jalapeno Dip.
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