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I am a real stickler for cocktail sauce for my shrimp but I just loved this dip. I made as posted using minced chipotle. I also used large shrimp instead of the tiger shrimp. This was very easy to make and I made it for lunch for my DH and I. Thanks for posting!

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Lvs2Cook May 16, 2007

I wasn't sure about this dip at first because I test tasted it straight away after making it and it was very very lime flavored. I let the dip rest for 5 hours and it was absolutly wonderful with the shrimp. I loved it! Thanks so much!

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B.B.Grimm October 27, 2006

Loved the fresh and lightly spicy flavors in this dip. We used it with shrimp as the recipe suggested and enjoyed the blend of summery flavors. The next night, I added some southwestern seasoning to the leftover dip, and tossed it with a can of drained black beans, chopped red and green bell pepper, chopped avacado, and a can of drained corn for a southwestern salad topper. Delicious! Thanks for the recipe.

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FireRaven August 12, 2006

This was a great change from cocktail sauce with a horseradish kick. This was a nice, creamy sauce with a smoky, spicy kick. Will use this again as an alternative to the traditional red sauce.

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KelBel February 05, 2005

I made this dip to go with some grilled chicken and it was fabulous. It had a lovely smokey flavor, with a bit of heat from the chipotles. This will be making a regular appearance at my BBQ's.

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Nic August 16, 2004
Chipotle Lime Dip and BBQ'd Tiger Shrimp