Guacamole is so good period! But this Authentic Mexican Guacamole Recipe is really good!! What I’m I saying, a whole lot better than good actually! So before I continue here, whether it is today, tomorrow or this weekend, make sure to try this guacamole recipe. I want you to make it with a little bit of a twist from your traditional guacamole recipe though….
Hi guys! I know, I know, it’s been a while since you have seen another Mexican appetizer from yours truly but sorry I was taking a little hiatus and spending precious time with my son before he left to bootcamp! My little guy or shall I say my young man, has always wanted to join the military, one branch in particular, since he was at the tender age of six. This mom is proud to say…
For all my followers you know that I don’t post many dips or rather many dip recipes for Mexican Appetizers and More, not that I wouldn’t like to post more! I just haven’t come around to it with all my seafood, pork appetizers. So I do realize I truly lack in dips as well as vegetarian dishes so I’m going to start bringing you a few more of these or as my blog states Mexican Appetizers! So let’s dive into this undeniably, delicious Mexican appetizer, Black Bean Corn Dip!
Dip de Ostiones Ahumados
Where to begin talking about this very simple but fabulous Smoked Oyster Dip?! Well first I would like to attribute this particular recipe to a fellow food blogger by the name of Mely Martinez at Mexico In My Kitchen. This is her recipe of which I noticed from her food blog and wanted to recreate in my own home. Mely, is a food blogger with Mexican derived food passion as myself. She creates authentic Mexican dishes from the heart. Please go to her page to read more about her and her traditional, inspirational Mexican cooking.
There are several food bloggers that I loyally follow because I admire their passion for food, for cooking, and MOST importantly their passion of cooking with LOVE. I don’t know about you, but when I cook with love in my heart, my food comes out amazing! I get the WAOSSSSS! I get, “Cathy, that’s amazing!” “Cathy, are you writing down these recipes?!” “Cathy, can you tell me what you put in this?!” “Cathy, you need to write a cookbook!” That’s one of the most fulfilling feelings in my life! Knowing, I have made a mark on someones culinary experience….on their palate!
That is one of the major aspects I look for in a food blog! We all see pretty, beautiful pictures, nice posts talking about the recipe, but one thing you can’t fake is the love….the true passion for cooking. Sorry, but it comes through, it shows in more ways than one!
Well, with Mely Martinez, you get that! You see her authenticity. Wow, I just caught myself in my undeniable love for Mexican cooking, it sounds like I’m being paid for writing, maybe writing about her…..I AM NOT!!! She doesn’t know me and I certainly don’t know her, but I know when to detect a food blogger that has true passion for cooking!
So Mely Martinez, let me say here on my blog, thank you for sharing your passion with us.
Okay, so lets talk about this Smoked Oyster Dip a little. First as I said in the beginning of this post, it’s super simple to make, super simpleee! Just keep a can of smoked oysters in your pantry, some cream cheese, sour cream, hot sauce and crackers and you will be set for when unexpected company shows up!
This dip is also great for the holidays. A quick stress free dip when the stress of all the other holiday dishes need to be made.
One other thing to say about this dip is, if you do not like smoked oysters, this dip may not be for you. I warn you, it is a strong flavor but I enjoy it, especially with extra hot sauce on top of each individual cracker I put into my mouth. So just keep in mind, it may be an acquired taste at first for you.
So here’s to Smoked Oyster Dip! Thank you again Mely!
Recipe below ↓
I used Bumble Bee Fancy Smoked Oysters and Ritz Toasted Original Chips
Smoked Oyster Dip
|Serves||About 2 cups|
|Meal type||Appetizer, Snack, Starter|
|Website||Mexico in My Kitchen|
- 1 Can (3.75 oz) smoked oysters
- 2 Tablespoons heavy cream or sour cream
- 1 Package (8 oz) cream cheese (brought to room temperature)
- 1/4 teaspoon Tabasco Original Red Sauce
- salt and pepper (to taste)
- chopped chives or green onions (for garnish)
|Place the smoked oysters with 2 tablespoons heavy cream or sour cream in a blender. Blend well until you have a smooth texture.|
|Add the cream cheese and Tabasco and blend until creamy. Add salt and pepper to taste. Serve with crackers or small pieces of toast. Enjoy!|