It’s here! It’s here! My favorite ridiculous foodie holiday is here – Cinco de Mayo!
For some reason I have always loved Cinco de Mayo and to celebrate it today I am sharing this great recipe for Poblano Pepper Hot Dip with Food Should Taste Good tortilla chips. I am huge fan on these chips because all Food Should Taste Good tortilla chips are gluten-free and made with wholesome, non-GMO ingredients. Every chip is crafted with great taste and naturally simple ingredients, delivering exciting, on-trend flavors. Cantina, Lime and Jalapeno are just a few that are perfect for Cinco de Mayo.
I paired this year’s Cinco de Mayo celebration with a delicious Poblano Pepper Hot Dip. This dip is similar to other hot pepper dips and includes cream cheese, cheeses, onions and bread crumbs.
To begin, I fresh roasted poblano peppers on the grill.
I then took the skins off the peppers, de-seeded the peppers and then roughly chopped them. I combined the roasted poblano peppers with cream cheese, green onions, and shredded cheese and placed in oven safe ramekins before topping more cheese, bread crumbs and an olive oil drizzle.
I decided to make individual-sized dips and baked them in three ramekins, although you can also bake it in a larger dish.
Once finished, I served the Poblano Pepper Hot Dip with an assortment of Food Should Taste Good tortilla chips, specifically their Cantina, Blue Corn and Lime.
The Poblano Pepper Hot Dip was cheesy and gooey with just the right amount of heat.
- 1 8 oz. package of cream cheese, softened
- 1/2 cup shredded cheese
- 3/4 cup parmesan cheese
- 4 poblano peppers, roasted with skin and seeds removed
- 2 sliced green onions
- olive oil drizzle
- breadcrumbs to top
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Roast poblano peppers on a grill or stove top. Remove seeds and chop roughly. Combine peppers with softened cream cheese, 1/2 shredded cheese, parmesan cheese and onions and place in oven-safe dish. Top with additional cheese, breadcrumbs and olive oil drizzle. Bake in oven for 20 minutes until cheese is melted. Serve with an assortment of tortilla chips.
Pobano Pepper Hot Dip not your thing? Looking for more ideas to pair your Food Should Taste Good tortilla chips? Try some of these favorite GGG picks.
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Celebrating Fruity and Citrusy Flavors of Cinco de Mayo
Food Should Taste Good Cinco de Mayo: Cheesier and Spicier
However you choose to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, make sure you have some yummy food and nice, cold Margarita or Mexican beer in hand!
Feliz Cinco de Mayo!
Samples were provided to facilitate this post. As always opinions are my own.
This post was written by Linda Arceo for Giggles, Gobbles and Gulps. All rights reserved.