Two kinds of chiles—jalapeños and canned chipotles—contribute different styles of heat (fresh and grassy and intensely smoky, respectively) to a mayonnaise coating for grilled chicken. If you have leftover chicken and salsa, combine it with the reserved chipotle-mayo mixture for a Mexican take on chicken salad.
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Made this recipe for a party of six and everyone loved it and asked for the recipe. I wrapped the corn in heavy foil and brushed them with oil and a bit of butter then prickled on some dried chipotle powder and lime zest and it was delicious.
Amazing and easy. Incredible flavor. Lots of marinade. Save a little more than half for serving and anything else you can think of. I put it on eggs this moving and it was divine. Definitely a keeper.
Outstanding! Easy and delicious! Mayo-coated chicken was juicy, even on the grill and the chipotle added a great kick. My husband loved it! Definitely will become a new staple!
This was absolutely delicious. I made this for several families one evening and it was loved by all. Easy and very good.
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