This was awesome! I made it when my in-laws came to dinner, and there was none left...and they aren't fans of "spicy" or "hot" food. There was just enough kick with the chiles, and smoothed and balanced out by the cheeses. I do agree with a previous poster, though, that it does need a little bit of salt, which the chips can somewhat provide. I did not salt the dish itself, but let people salt their dip on their chip if they wanted. I don't think anyone did though. I will definitely make this again! Big hit.
Green Chile & Goat Cheese Dip
From EatingWell: November/December 2010
This creamy, cheesy dip is spiked with green chiles and smoky chipotle pepper. Be sure to drain the ricotta the day before you want to serve the dip. Serve with tortilla chips or crackers.
3 Reviews for Green Chile & Goat Cheese Dip
I thought this tasted pretty bland, and I even cut the amount of ricotta in half. If you want to try it, I recommend at least doubling, if not tripling, the amount of green chilis.
I thought this was delicious, easy and healthy! I took it to a party and everyone gobbled it up. The only thing I changed was that I added some salt to the cheese mixture. I thought it was a bit bland without it. I also loaded the top with pepitas...a lot more than 2 Tbsp.
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