Chipotle Aioli Dip Recipe – Your Next Obsession

This recipe for chipotle aioli is a great condiment with fries, burgers, even veggies.

There is a great restaurant in town that used to serve yucca fries with a chipotle aioli dip. Something I have never seen served anywhere else. They no longer have yucca fries but still serve the chipotle aioli dip which is now paired with sweet potato fries.

Chipotle Aioli Dip

This Chipotle Aioli recipe is easy to make and works well as a smokey tasty dip or sauce.


I decided to try to make this dip myself. I am familiar with canned chipotle peppers in adobo sauce from a great pasta dish my sister used to make. Maybe I’ll ask her if she will give me that recipe for another post.

Anyway I thought I could combine some of the chipotles, some of the adobo sauce and some mayo and go from there. It should come as no surprise to you as nothing is ever new, I found several recipes on the web with these same two ingredients. The one additional ingredient that I thought it needed was some citrus for balance and consistency. I decided to go with lime but I think lemons would also do the trick.

This Chipotle Aioli recipe is easy to make and works well as a smokey tasty dip or sauce.

I served the dip with raw baby carrots and zucchini and some baked sweet potato fries.

If you’re someone who really enjoys spicy and smoky food I could see this as your new substitute for mayo. Use it on burgers, sandwiches and tacos. It just may be your new obsession. 



Chipotle Aioli Dip Recipe


  • 1 cup mayonnaise
  • 1 chipotle pepper in adobo sauce
  • 1 tsp adobo sauce
  • 1 lime
  • 1 clove garlic


  1. Place garlic and pepper in a food processor and chop.
  2. Add remaining ingredients and process until smooth.
  3. Serve with fries, chips, and/or veggies

Recipe Notes

Add additional peppers for more heat. Works great a sauce for fish, chicken or burgers too.

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This Chipotle Aioli recipe is easy to make and works well as a smokey tasty dip or sauce.

About Patti Estep

Patti is the creator of Hearth and Vine, a home and garden blog filled with projects to inspire your creative side. She loves crafting, gardening, decorating and entertaining at her home in Pennsylvania. When she is not working on a project at home or searching for treasures at nurseries and thrift stores with her girlfriends, you’ll probably find her with family and friends, at a restaurant, or home party enjoying new and different food adventures.

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  1. Marie H says:

    Ummm, this sounds so yummy. My new favorite dip is equal parts light mayo and fat free Fage yogurt. You can season it with just about anything. I usually use some Mrs Dash and some type of season salt. It’s great on fish, burgers, veggies, chips, etc. I try to tell myself it’s healthy because of the yogurt!

    • Hi Marie,
      You may want to try substituting your light mayo and greek yogurt in this recipe. I think it would totally work and make it a little more healthy. In fact, I think I’m going to try it.

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