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Arbolito Chile Dip with Dried Fruits

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Do you already know what to cook for a snack this Christmas? We give you now the best recipe for Arbolito Chile Dip with Nuts. This dip is made with cream cheese and dehydrated fruit such as blueberries, it also has the strong flavor of smoked oysters and chipotle chile peppers. The presentation of the Arbolito Chile Dip with nuts is very light. Take advantage of the shape of the almonds to give that touch to this incredible snack. You can serve it with toasted bread, crackers and if you want it to be healthier, carrot sticks. Do you like the presentation of this recipe?
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8 portions
  • 3 cups cream cheese, cut into cubes and at room temperature
  • 1/4 cups chipotle peppers in adobo sauce
  • 1 tablespoon garlic powder
  • 3/4 cups smoked oyster, finely chopped
  • 1 tablespoon salt
  • 1 tablespoon black pepper
  • 3 tablespoons spicy sauce, Tabasco, preferably
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 2 cups almond, half with shell and half without the shell, toasted
  • enough rosemary
  • enough dehydrated cranberry
  • 1 slice box bread, for the star
  • enough crackers , To accompany


For the dip, in a bowl mix the cream cheese with the chipotle in adobo sauce, the garlic powder, the oysters, the salt, the pepper, the hot sauce and the lemon juice.
On a table, place non-stick plastic, add the previous preparation, cover with more plastic and with your hands make it inot the shape of a tree. Refrigerate 20 minutes.
Meanwhile, flatten with a rolling pin a slice of bread box and with the help of a cookie cutter, cut stars. Bake in the electric oven on medium heat until golden brown.
Remove the cooling dip and place on a plate. Decorate with almonds, blueberries, rosemary and finish with a star made from bread . Serve with crackers.


Serve with crackers.


Use seasonal nuts to make it more economical. If you do not have an electric stove, you can toast the bread.

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Mónica Hernández
11/12/2018 12:40:17
Que rica botana.

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