How To Make Chipotle Mayo

For those thinking about how to make chipotle mayo, it is an extremely simple process. Mayonnaise is taken a step further with a tangy but spicy flavor. You can make chipotle mayo to go with your favorite sandwiches and burgers.

To make chipotle mayo, you will need:

  • 1 cup mayonnaise
  • 2 canned chipotle chili peppers
  • 1 clove of garlic
  1. Chop your ingredients. Place your garlic and peppers on a cutting board. Use a sharp knife to finely chop the chipotle chili peppers. You will then want to finely chop the garlic as well. If you want a more chunky mayo, do not chop them so finely. It's really about preference. Some people may not enjoy biting into big chunks of peppers or garlic.
  2. Mix the mayo. Use a small bowl and place a cup of mayonnaise in it. Mix your chopped chipotle peppers in with the mayonnaise. Next add in the chopped garlic. Mix everything well so that the flavors blend. This will lead to a robust and flavorful chipotle mayo.
  3. Use and store your mayo. Chipotle mayo can be used with a variety of foods. You can use this chipotle mayonnaise to make your chicken or tuna salad. Your salads will have an edge with this flavorful mayo. You can also use this mayo on grilled chicken sandwiches, sub sandwiches, and juicy angus burgers. When you store your chipotle mayo it should be stored in the refrigerator. It is the same as regular mayo. Use your chipotle mayo within a week.



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