Chipotle Mayo Free PD Recipe

Chipotle Mayo - ©

Spicy creamy and perfect to layer on a bean burger, dip a potato wedge in or to top a taco. This Mayo is free of fat and full of spicy flavor.

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    Comments (8)

    1. posted by turfgurl23 on September 18, 2015

      Can you sub another kind of vinegar here, and in other recipes? I can’t have apple cider vinegar

      • posted by Julie Marie on September 21, 2015

        You can use classic white. It has a stronger flavor than apple cider so you may need to reduce the amount.

    2. posted by lynsul on August 31, 2015

      How long does it keep in the fridge and/or can I freeze it?

    3. posted by dianeb on April 30, 2015

      What could I add to turn the chipotle mayo in salad dressing besides water?

    4. posted by karekorn78 on February 24, 2015

      I cannot wait to try this! Since I can’t handle a lot of heat, I am going to use Wildtree’s organic chipotle lime seasoning instead.

      • posted by Julie Marie on February 25, 2015

        HI Karen,
        Check the ingredients on those spice blends many contain food additives that are designed to cause cravings and keep you eating past full. You can reduce the amount of chilies or remove the seeds from the pods to add flavor without the heat.

    5. posted by cassandadam on January 7, 2015

      Should the tofu be pressed before using or just dump the liquid?

    6. posted by angie link on April 26, 2014

      Love this mayo! How long will it stay good in the fridge?

    7. posted by Heather Koerber on February 6, 2014

      ok first off let me say that i really love tofu. BUT whenever i have tried to make some kind of dip/dressing with silken tofu i end up throwing it away because it tastes horrible. the only things i have ever made with silken tofu that i have liked are a vanilla topping for desserts (which i think also contained cashews) and pumpkin pie. this recipe looks interesting and i would love to try it – would like to hear others comments on this 🙂 thanks

    8. posted by newhopeden on January 4, 2014

      This makes a great veggie dip and perfect for spicing up sandwiches!

    9. posted by La Brandt on December 4, 2013

      What could I use besides tofu?

    10. posted by veganinblack on October 11, 2013

      i just made a double batch of chipotle mayo for my gallery’s anniversary party. im using it as a dip with lots of veggies along with spinach dip, and mini tuna sandwiches.

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