Written by adam on Sep 20, 2005
Aztexan Cream Dip
I know this is a quickie recipe, but I had to put it up because TheWife constantly badgers me to make it. I have been using Aztexan's Habanero Supreme Hot Sauce for this dip, but you could probably use any hot sauce that isn't too strong on the vinegar. For example, Tabasco would not work here. While the big daddy of hot sauces is wonderful and great, it doesn't work well in mass quantities. The vinegar is too harsh. I think the hot sauce of choice here should be slightly thick, with little flecks and chunks of the ingredients that make it up.
- 8 oz. tub of sour cream
- Aztexan Habanero Supreme
- Kosher salt
You can mix this dip right in the tub if you wish, though stirring it up might get messy. I'm not really sure how much hot sauce I use here. I've never measured. In truth, I just shake some in and mix it up until the dip is the color of TheWife's panties. I suppose it's about 1/3 of a bottle per 8 ounces of cream cheese. Add a few pinches of Kosher salt and mix well. Serve right away with Tortilla chips.
See my review of Aztexan's Habanero Supreme on Hot Sauce Blog.