Recipe by Cindy Carnes
"This dip recipe was given to me by a co-worker some 15 or more years ago. She made it for potlucks at work, and it was always gone from the nurse's station before the rest of the food was put out! It's a simple mixture of beef and cheese, but it should always be made a day in advance to allow the flavors to blend. Serve with your favorite corn chips."
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lean ground beef
1 (10.75 ounce) can
condensed cream of mushroom soup
processed cheese food, cubed
pickled jalapeno pepper slices, to taste
Cindy is not just "whistling Dixie" about this recipe! No matter where I take it, it is devoured!!! And the name!! "You're bringing WHAT?!" :-) It's a great recipe!!
YIKES!! What a name! However, it was soo easy I decided to try it. I made it this morning and didn't reheat to serve until dinner time. Yes, it was good but a little bland. Try adding some S&P while browning the meat. However, I think I'll stick with my own tried and true "danger" dip (meat, salsa & cheese). Thanks for the laugh Cindy!
I made this for a party last weekend and everyone loved it! Several people asked for the recipe. We're making it agian this weekend, when my family comes over for Christmas.
I have never taken it to a pot luck and come home with leftovers. You don't use the whole jar of jalapenos, you only use the amount to get the flavor you want. When reading the recipe, it tells you to add the DESIRED amount of jalapenos, not the whole jar!
It is also called Hamburger dip for those of you unable to get past the name.
I took this to a party & everyone wanted the recipe.
Yummy receipe even if the name is intimidating to your guests. Followed the receipe exactly and it came out just great! I used the Tostitos Scoops for maximum dip extraction.
This was great! I plan on making this as a dip at my pot-luck junk-food birthday party later this month. I made myself a test batch of it with things I had on hand after seeing this recipe, and the only thing I was missing was the green chili's. Next time I think I will make sure to add those - everything benefits from a little spice!
This is a very yummy dip, but my kids wouldn't touch it. No problem as hubby and I ate it all. Next time I made it, right before serving I added a thin layer of shredded cheddar cheese and sliced green onions on top so that you had to dip through that. It looked much more appetizing. Make sure that you buy the sturdy tortilla chips for this. Thank you.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Dog Food Dip
Serving Size: 1/48 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 48
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 60
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