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Guajillo chili dip (chili cascavel)

It is super bowl Sunday and I just came up with a blow your mind flavored dip. We are making stuffed potato skins, bacon, chives, green onions, cheese, salsa or ranch dressing. A sort of build your own skin, for the skin game. While making some salsas I wanted to do something with guajilloes, my favorite chili, and used this as a starter. This is chili recipe number one for today. 

  • 3 guajilloes dried, stem removed
  • 3 large tomatoes
  • 2 tablespoons salad oil
  • 2 teaspoons salt
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1 cup sour cream

Chop tomatoes and place in a blender, crush guajilloes seeds and all, just remove the stem. Add everything else, blending really well for a few minutes. Put everything in a sauce pan, cook on medium heat at a low boil for 30 minutes or longer. Stirring from time to time. It will reduce some. Remove from heat and cool. After mixture is cool place

The sauce

sour cream in a container with a lid, mix 1/2 cup guajillo sauce into sour cream. Seal and refrigerate. 

This is so smooth and creamy, I am going to use it for chips as well as drizzle it on the stuffed potato skins.
As always we hope you enjoy. 

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