Primizie Spicy New Mexican Chimayo Chile & Lime Crispbread

We told you a couple of months ago how much we loved Primizie Classic Italian Red Chile & Herbs Crispbread.  We knew at first bite we would be tasting Primizie’s other flavors.  Their Spicy New Mexican Chimayo Chile & Lime Crispbread should go on your “must try” list right away!  Everyone at our weekend buffet gave these crispbreads two thumbs up.

chile chips

Mark and Lisa Spedale, the Austin caterers who launched Primizie crispbreads, have created a masterpiece line of snacks that are all natural and free of preservatives, trans fats and cholesterol.  Their process of grilling, then frying the dough creates a texture and crunch that is like no other snack chip.  The chile and lime combination is a classic which in this case, is very well done.  I don’t know that I had ever tasted chimayo chile before, but it is flavorful without being hot.  Primizie’s website suggests serving these tasty treats with soft cheese, queso or guacamole.  We stuck with the basics for our buffet because we wanted to focus on the flavor of the crispbreads.  They were delicious solo, and with simple toppings of monterey jack cheese, diced avocado and jalapeño peppers.  I changed gears today and topped the crispbreads with creamy Chimay beer cheese, which might my favorite combination, at least so far!

DSC01128I wish I could send each one of you a bag of these tasty treats because they are not yet widely available outside Austin and Dalls.  The Spedales are working to expand their distribution network and you can help them (and yourself).  Visit their website and download a letter you can take to your local grocer, asking that they carry Primizie crispbreads.  The company’s tagline is “Crave the Crisp” and I promise if you get your hands on these snacks, you will!

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