JalapeƱo Corn Dip

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JalapeƱo Corn Dip collides spicy and sweet for a burst of flavor you'll love. Freshly cut spicy jalapeƱos, sweet bursts of sweet corn, and thick-cut crispy bacon come together in this creamy and delicious sauce recipe and will hold you firmly on the table until done. If you like jalapeƱos, try my Jalapeno Popper Dip.

JalapeƱo Corn Dip

Look no further for the perfect sauce for any gathering. This jalapeƱo corn sauce will leave your guests begging you to do more right away! Serve with slightly salty chips or a vegetable platter, this sauce will disappear before your eyes! The cheesy softness mixed with the combination of spicy and sweet vegetables makes this dish so different from the average salsa recipe.

How to properly cut jalapeƱo peppers

After cleaning and removing the jalapeƱo seeds, the rest is a short mix of mince and mix. It really doesn't take long! However, removing the seeds from a jalapeƱo is a delicate matter, literally speaking. Hopefully, this isn't your first rodeo cutting a jalapeƱo, but if so, take my advice from here on out. Some people think that the seeds retain all the heat, others think that the membrane is to blame. Knowing how to grow and cut a jalapeƱo properly will make your life that much easier. If you've ever inadvertently cut a jalapeƱo, you may have experienced accidental contact with your eyes or nose. Trust me, you don't want to experience this. If you are not careful, this could happen to you. To avoid this accidental tragedy, I suggest wearing gloves or holding the jalapeƱo with a paper towel while cutting. Make a longitudinal cut, exposing the membranes that hold the seeds in place. Then take a spoon and scrape the membrane, working from the bottom to the top of the pepper. Scoop the seed directly into the compost. Finally, WASH YOUR HANDS!

How to know when jalapeƱo is spicy

If you are like me and you like things a little spicy, you have been the recipient of the jalapeƱo that did not have a kick. On the other hand, you may have had the jalapeƱo that tasted like ghost pepper. So how do you know if jalapeƱo is spicy? The older the pepper, the spicier it will be. When looking at a pepper, the older ones will have stress marks, such as small white lines or stains on the meat. Younger (less spicy) peppers will have a clear, shiny flesh. So if you like them hot, choose the oldest pepper and if you like the soft one, choose the youngest.

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This is one of my favorite dives of all time. Sometimes I fold the recipe and make two pans … one of them EXTREMELY hot by adding more jalapeƱo! No matter how you do it, it's always a crowd pleaser!

Tips Cheats and Variations

How can I flavor this sauce?

Make this sauce even hotter by adding some additional jalapeƱos. Did you know that adding a few seeds will add an extra layer of heat? With all the different textures on this dive, no one would notice (unless they are heat sensitive).

Can I make Jalapeno Corn Dip Crockpot?

Make your life even easier by making this dish in a slow cooker. Basically you cook it the same way, but in step 5, you will put everything in a slow cooker. Allow the mixture to simmer for about 2 hours.

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JalapeƱo Corn Dip

JalapeƱo Corn Dip collides spicy and sweet for a burst of flavor you'll love.

Appetizer Course American, Mexican Cuisine Preparation time 25 minutes Cook time 20 minutes Total time 45 minutes Servings 8 calories 276 kcal

  • 8 strips of bacon
  • 1/4 cup of Parmesan cheese to taste
  • 1/8 cup chopped fresh basil
  • Pinch of cayenne pepper
  • Ā½ teaspoon of salt
  • 1 cup grated mozzarella cheese
  • 1 jalapeƱo pepper, seeded and diced
  • 1 11-ounce can whole grain sweet corn, drained
  • 8 ounces cream cheese at room temperature
  • Tortilla chips without salt
  1. Preheat oven to 350 Ā° F.
  2. Place an ovenproof rack on a baking sheet. Place the bacon strips on the rack and bake for 20 to 30 minutes, until the bacon is cooked. All the bacon to cool. Cut into thick chunks into 1/2 inch chunks. Set aside.
  3. Increase oven temperature to 400 Ā° F.
  4. In a medium bowl, beat cream cheese with a hand mixer until smooth. Use a wooden spoon to mix 3/4 of the pieces of bacon and corn, jalapeƱo, mozzarella cheese, salt, cayenne pepper, and basil.
  5. Transfer to an ovenproof skillet and spread to form an even layer. Bake for 20 minutes, until the edges begin to bubble. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and garnish with remaining bacon. Serve hot with french fries.

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