Servings: four to six.
The flavors here are earthy and satisfying, and they mingle beautifully with the spicy heat of the chipotle butter.
Beer is the beverage best suited to the variety of strong, smoky flavors here. A pale ale would be great.
I wrote the same review under the separate chipotle butter recipe, but I don't see how you could incorporate 2 tb. lime juice into only 1/2 cup butter. It does not mix in. I think the butter to lime juice ratio is way off. I am still at it, softening more and more butter to try to get it to emulsify. I think I will just pour off the lime juice and use some zest.
My whole family liked this including my picky 8 year old. It was very easy yet flavorful.
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