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14 servings, 2 Tbsp. (30 mL) spread and 6 crackers (20 g) each
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Jam mixture can be cooked in the microwave instead of on top of the stove. Microwave jam, peppers and water in microwaveable bowl on HIGH 1 min. or until heated through, stirring after 30 sec. Stir in onions, then continue as directed.
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We really liked this dip. It introduced some previously skeptical family members to chipotle. To a previous rater ... you only use one pepper, not the whole can. You can freeze the remaining peppers on parchment on a pizza sheet for other uses.
I made this on the weekend. One person really liked it. What I didn't like was the directions. I guessed, and purchased the small can of peppers. It did not say to drain them so I put the sauce in. Way to runny!!!! I also added about another half tub of cream cheese as it was very thin in the pie plate. It was also difficult to find a can of the peppers in adobo sauce.
This dip had a very smoky chipotle flavor, I thought it would be sweeter.