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Salmorejo Dip

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel 4 comments

Salmorejo is cold tomato soup from Córdoba, Spain that can easily be thickened into a great, refreshing summer dip. More

Sauced: Beer Cheese

Sauced Joshua Bousel 2 comments

Choose a full flavored beer to give this cheese dip character, then grab a fresh hot pretzel and enjoy. More

Beer Cheese

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel Post a comment

Choose a full-flavored beer to give this cheese dip character, then grab a fresh hot pretzel and enjoy. More

DIY Black Tahini and Beet Hummus

Serious Eats Molly Sheridan Post a comment

Black tahini offers a sweeter, nuttier flavor than tahini made with white sesame seeds. With such black gold at my finger tips, I decided to add it to a hummus that could stand up to it, pigment-wise. The color alone is sure to turn a few heads at your next gathering. More

Sauced: Guasacaca

Sauced Joshua Bousel 8 comments

Guasacaca is the Venezuelan answer to guacamole, but with a brighter, tangier flavor. More

Guasacaca (Avocado Salsa)

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel 14 comments

Guasacaca is the Venezuelan answer to guacamole, but with a brighter, tangier flavor. More

Sauced: Rosemary and Lemon White Bean Dip

Sauced Joshua Bousel 3 comments

Mere minutes of work result in a smooth and creamy bean dip with lemon and rosemary creating a crowd-pleasing herbal, zesty, and fresh flavor. More

Rosemary and Lemon White Bean Dip

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel 4 comments

Mere minutes of work result in a smooth and creamy bean dip with lemon and rosemary creating a crowd-pleasing herbal, zesty, and fresh flavor. More

Spicy Tortilla Crisps with Queso Fundito from 'Salty Snacks'

Serious Eats Kate Williams Post a comment

When it comes to game-day snacks, there are few people I know that'll turn down chips and cheese dip (I'm pretty sure all of these folks are vegan anyhow). Even my friends who scoff at the concept of queso are known to sneak bites of the gooey stuff when they think no one is looking. It's not too hard to make either snack from scratch, but homemade versions are rarely more exciting than Tostitos. Enter Cynthia Nims's new cookbook Salty Snacks. She elevates chips and queso just enough to turn heads, while still keeping the dish oozy and comforting. More

Bar Bites: Spicy Crab Dip

Marvin Gapultos Post a comment

For my rendition of a traditional Maryland crab dip, I was actually inspired by the fiery Southeast Asian dish of Chili Crab, wherein fresh whole crabs are bathed and cooked in a spicy sauce of chiles and aromatics. The final dip is a Baltimore by way of Singapore concoction that is spicy and creamy with that "of the sea" flavor provided by the crab meat—a combination of flavors that will surely benefit any carrot stick, cracker, or chip. More

Spicy Crab Dip

Serious Eats Marvin Gapultos 1 comment

For my rendition of a traditional Maryland crab dip, I was actually inspired by the fiery Southeast Asian dish of Chili Crab, wherein fresh whole crabs are bathed and cooked in a spicy sauce of chiles and aromatics. The final dip is a Baltimore by way of Singapore concoction that is spicy and creamy with that "of the sea" flavor provided by the crab meat—a combination of flavors that will surely benefit any carrot stick, cracker, or chip. More

My Thai: Apples with Palm Sugar-Chili Dip

My Thai Leela Punyaratabandhu 4 comments

Crisp, tart American apples actually go very well with this Thai dip. Sweet and salty with a little heat from the fresh chilies, when combined with the tart apple, it forms that sour-salty-sweet-hot flavor combination that people love about Thai food. More

That's Nuts: Peanut Pico de Gallo

That's Nuts Lee Zalben Post a comment

Making mole sauce isn't the only way to incorporate peanuts into Mexican cuisine. Try a peanut-filled salsa fresca, or pico de gallo, for a great pairing of spicy and nutty flavors. More

Classic Green Goddess Dressing

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 1 comment

A classic West Coast dressing and dip, it was one of the most popular dressing in the country up until Ranch took over in the late 80's. Flavored with plenty of herbs and anchovies, and highly seasoned, it lies somewhere between a classic Caesar and Ranch, with the best elements of both. More

Moroccan-Style Spicy Carrot Dip

J. Kenji López-Alt 1 comment

I found a gorgeous bunch of baby spring carrots at the farmer's market the other morning while I was doing a bit of shopping for a cook-out that afternoon. My mind strayed to a trip to Morocco, where I'd eaten a crazy good dip made from carrots and aromatics. Spicy, sweet, and pungent, I wondered if the toasty, sweet flavor of the caramel-glazed carrots would work in the dish. More

Moroccan-Style Spicy Carrot Dip

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 4 comments

[Photographs: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt] Note: Harissa is a Tunisian spice pasted made from piri-piri peppers. It can be found in cans or bottles in most major supermarkets or specialty grocers. About the author: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt is the Chief Creative... More

14 Quick and Easy Cheese Dip Variations

J. Kenji López-Alt 7 comments

With enough flavorful mix-ins, even the blandest of cheese sauces can pick up enough flavor to stand as the center of your next party's snack platter. More

Roasted Tomato Salsa

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel 21 comments

Roasting a set of standard salsa ingredients first may add some time to an otherwise quick process, but it's all for good as the end result retains a freshness while gaining a tomato intensity, some sweetness, and a more mild heat the melds seamlessly throughout. More

Thai Coconut Custard Dip (Sangkhaya)

Serious Eats Leela Punyaratabandhu 2 comments

[Photograph: Leela Punyaratabandhu] Note: Pandan (or pandanus) leaves are available frozen at most Asian grocery stores. If you can find them, you can leave them out entirely and scent the dip with a teaspoon of vanilla extract. You can also... More

Hot Salsa Verde

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel 3 comments

Fresh, tangy, and spicy, this salsa verde was just what was called for to fulfill a longing after a week of excellent Mexican eats in Austin. More

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