"This dip is easy to make and everyone loves it. Adjust the heat level of the ingredients to taste, and serve with tortilla chips." — STEPHPAUL
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1 (15 ounce) can
chili without beans
1 (8 ounce) jar
1 (8 ounce) jar
chopped green chile peppers
crushed red pepper to taste
processed cheese, cubed
This was a huge hit at a party we threw last week. we added 2 links of chorizo sausage (pre-cooked in a skillet, without the skins). we also added a quarter cup of milk to make it more creamy. folks spent half the party rotating around the crockpot. awesome.
It was good but by the reviews I expected it to be better. The recipe doesn't sound like it makes very much, but it does. I doubled it and I had lots left over. It just seemed to be missing somthing. I think I would have liked it better if I would have browned up ground beef and added it to it. But I don't think I will make it for awhile because the smell of it is really bothering me. Just needed somethng else.
I made this for my Superbowl party, and people kept walking in front of the TV to get more! Be aware that this recipe makes a lot.
I am going to add a block of cream cheese and some sour cream to this - thanks!
This was a very good dip, and it makes a lot. It was too much for my dip crock pot. Next time I think I'll add more salsa.
Loved it - all the boys that came over couldn't keep their hands away from it. Would like to add some kind of meat to it next time just to make it a little heartier, but it doesn't need anything extra. I wasn't sure what type of salsa to use but I ended up getting a can of salsa from the mexi aisle, don't remember the brand, but it seems like an authentic brand - not el paso or ortega. You could prob use rotel instead as well.
This was delicious! I have had all these ingredients together before, but it was never warm and that made such a difference. Thanks.
I thought this was pretty good, it tasted a little processed to me, but I think with all that Velveeta, that's bound to happen. I didn't use all of the 2lbs for that very reason. I took it to a game night at some friends' house and they all raved about it, calling it "wicked good"
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Hot Mexican Dip
Serving Size: 1/32 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 32
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 68
This hot dip is loaded with spinach, artichokes, and plenty of gooey cheese!
See how to put an extra creamy twist on a favorite party appetizer.
Your guests will love this versatile, cheesy warm dip.