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This was easy to make and tasted really good. I may cut back next time on the apple cider vinegar just because we really tasted it more so than the other flavors. But we still enjoyed it alot! I used one jumbo jalapeno and the heat was just right and also used frozen raspberries. (The fresh ones at the store looked awful!) Made this to go on grilled chicken sandwiches with jalapeno havarti cheese and this sauce complimented it nicely! Think it'd be great over a block of cream cheese with crackers and can't wait to try it on other meats. Thanks Holly:)
I've been looking for an easy Raspberry Chipotle sauce and this one made the list. As suggested by a previous review I cut back on the vinegar and the results were very good. We have enjoyed this with Salmon and pork but our favorite is with a nice grilled steak cut into strips and the Raspberry Chipolte sauce lightly drizzled over. For a special presentation drizzle the sauce in a swirled pattern on the serving dish and place grilled steak strips on top. Steamed rice and a veggie makes a beautiful service. Very tasty too!
Although I did not follow the recipe exactly - I have gotten nothing but raves!! I used an 18oz jar of raspberry preserves two cloves of garlic and 1 large jalapeno pepper 1 tablespoon olice oil and 1/2 tsp of chipotle chili powder. I sauteed the jalapenos and garlic in the oil until soft and added the rest and heated through. Served over cream cheese with crackers. DELICIOUS!!!
This sauce is amazing! Exactly like what they serve at So Long Saloon on my favorite Raspberry Chipotle Black Bean dip. It may sound like a strange combination of flavors but it is so amazing! Like one of the other reviewers I used raspberry jam and left out the sugars and some of the vinegar. It is quicker this way and you don't have all the raspberry seeds in the sauce!
Awesome. Hubby was spreading it on bread and everything he could get his hands on as soon as the batch was done. Made it yesterday to go with pulled pork soft tacos tonight. Just tasted it with the pork as it came out of the slow cooker and it's going to go well! I followed advice of others and reduced the vinegar (by half) and the white sugar significantly.