Oct 082018
 

This Roasted Red Pepper Dip recipe is sure to spice up your party. It's easy to make, only requires a few ingredients and it really delicious.

My step-son, Zane, recently graduated from college. Of course his dad and I are proud of him for his accomplishment, but the most impressive part (at least to me) is that he did it in three years.  Yes, he earned his bachelors degree in just three years.

In our town, some of the kids at the public high school (the ones that test into AP level courses) are given the opportunity to take some of their classes at a local community college that has a satellite branch in our town. So while they are completing their requirements to graduate from high school they are also earning college credits at the same time.  Isn’t that the coolest thing?  So Zane went into college with about a semesters worth of credits before he ever even started classes there. Not to mention that he worked his butt off taking summer courses and and extra course here and there to make it happen. Did I mention that we are very proud?

Anyhow, we had a little graduation party at our house to celebrate his accomplishment and I ended up making this Roasted Red Pepper Dip for the party.

Roasted Red Pepper Dip

This Roasted Red Pepper Dip recipe is sure to spice up your party. It's easy to make, only requires a few ingredients and it really delicious.

Here’s what you need:

  • ½ large jar roasted red peppers, drained
  • 2 teaspoons tomato paste (more if a thicker dip is desired)
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced
  • 2 tablespoons Balsamic vinegar
  • 2 teaspoons chili powder

Here’s what you do:
1. Add all of the ingredients into a food processor (a blender would work, too).

This Roasted Red Pepper Dip recipe is sure to spice up your party. It's easy to make, only requires a few ingredients and it really delicious.

This Roasted Red Pepper Dip recipe is sure to spice up your party. It's easy to make, only requires a few ingredients and it really delicious.
2. Mix all of the ingredients together.

This Roasted Red Pepper Dip recipe is sure to spice up your party. It's easy to make, only requires a few ingredients and it really delicious.
3. Pour the mixture into a bowl and serve with your favorite chips, crackers and/or celery.

Note: If you’d like a thicker dip, you can stir in some extra tomato paste – a tablespoon at a time until the desired thickness is reached.

This Roasted Red Pepper Dip recipe is sure to spice up your party. It's easy to make, only requires a few ingredients and it really delicious.

This Roasted Red Pepper Dip has a little bit of a kick, but it’s not off the charts spicy. Everyone at my party really seemed to like it and if you try it, I hope you do, too!

  28 Responses to “Roasted Red Pepper Dip”

  1. This dip looks so rich and yummy! I love a bit of kick to my dips too. Perfect!

  2. All of our dips have a bit of a kick to them so I bet our family would love this one!

  3. Hello delicious! What a yummy dip to serve for any celebration (making it through a Monday counts as a celebration, btw). Congrats to the graduate!

  4. one hot dipping sauce we have here! I would love to try it at home..we all love hot sauce

  5. This is something I can make today. Like how the ingredients are simple and things I always have in my pantry

  6. I believe this would be a tad bit Spicy which I can’t have but my husband enjoys Spicy Foods. I believe I will make this for him the next time we have Tacos.

  7. I need to try this! It looks delicious and I have all the ingredients on hand. I love recipes like this. Congratulations for getting a degree in 3 years! Wow!

  8. Now That would be an awesome dip. I love red roasted peppers with just about anything. I have never thought about making it into a deep but I am definitely going to.

  9. I love all kinds of dips for my chips but I haven’t heard about roasted red pepper yet! I love pepper so I am defiantly gonna have to try it one day ! Seems delicious !

  10. My son has tested out of a few classes already by taking AP classes. So happy it will save us a ton of cash. I think he is going to do all dual credit classes next year (his senior year) to also graduate early. Yummy dip!

  11. Wow, this Roasted Red Pepper Dip looks really delicious and look so easy to make. I will definitely dry this and I am sure my husband would love it.

  12. I love a good recipe. This Roasted Red Pepper Dip look delicious. I can’t wait to make this for football night.

  13. Yum! Sounds delicious and tasty! My oldest daughter and hubby LOVE dips. Bet they’d enjoy this one!

  14. That’s impressive that your stepson graduated in 3 years! And that dip looks amazing. I need this in my life.

  15. OK now this sounds absolutely amazing! I am sure this would make such a great dip for all sorts of items 🙂

  16. This dip looks and sounds like true love! We are heading into summer in December and this dip will grace one of the socials!

  17. I love a homemade dips. This would be good for game night parties.

  18. Mmm this dips looks tasty. Perfect for football parties this season!

  19. This is different from anything I have made before. It sounds delicious and a unique dip to serve at get togethers.

  20. Ohh, this is a perfect snack when having some catching up over smoothies or iced tea and a perfect movie marathon companion.

  21. Your dip made me crave for nachos. I wanna try a different kind of taste on my chips and this dip is kind of new to me

  22. I love roasted peppers flavor! And making a dip with it it is such a great idea! My family will love it!

  23. Yum! I love a good dip recipe. Will definitely make this for our holiday parties.

  24. Oh, that looks so good…and so hot. My hubby would LOVE it.

  25. BB’s kind of fiesta food. Bueno, Bonito, Barato. Good, Pretty, Cheap. Ok, who is Babushk a trying to kid? Looks good for anytime! Gracias for the recipe.

  26. This is so easy to make! Perfect for a party or a fun weekend with the family.

  27. Looks really delicious! That would be great to have for game days too. I am positive my sons would love this!

  28. This dip looks really tasty. I would love to try it. Thanks for sharing it with us! <3

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