Spicy and smoky!
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So I haven’t been doing many sauce or dip reviews lately so I figured it was a good time for one today, to give you a break from all the Christmas chocolate reviews! Today I’m reviewing the Culinary Treasures Chipotle Aioli. This can be in the sauce aisle near the front of the store. This is not bought refrigerated.
I really like this aioli, it’s hot, spicy and smoky! Super flavorful and extremely versatile. I usually am not a fan of spicy food but I didn’t find this too hot and didn’t mind the extra heat in this, It pairs well with mild sweetness coming from the roasted chili peppers. The dip is creamy, smooth and you only need a little bit to get a burst of flavor. I prefer this over the roasted garlic aioli that I reviewed in the past.
I paid $7.99 Canadian for the two-pack of 750 ml squeeze bottles of aioli.
You need to refrigerate this after opening, the best before date is over a year from the date we purchased this. This is perfect for fries, burgers or sandwiches or you could use it as a dip for vegetables or chicken fingers.
One tablespoon is 100 calories, 10 grams of fat, one gram of sugar, 95 mg of sodium, one gram of carbohydrates, and 0.2 grams of protein. Obviously this isn’t healthy for you! 10 grams of fat in one tablespoon is also quite a bit.
I would buy this aioli again, especially for summer barbecue season.
What’s your favorite dip to buy from Costco?
3 thoughts on “Costco Culinary Treasures Chipotle Aioli Review”
Hands down my favourite dip from Costco. They only just started carrying it again after long hiatus. I mix it 1 part with 2 parts Kirkland greek yogurt to bring the calories down and still have that yummy flavour… at least I do that when I’m sober…
I love the chipoltoe ajolie sauce but, Costco did their usual thing, they discontinued another item that their customers want.