"Serve this spicy dip with tortilla chips, fresh vegetables, or both! This recipe makes enough for a large party." — Jodi
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1 (8 ounce) container
2 (11 ounce) cans
green onions, chopped
jalapeno peppers, seeded and minced
1 (7 ounce) can
diced green chiles
1 1/4 cups
shredded Cheddar cheese
I crave this dip all the time now. Some things I've learned about making it-
Drain, drain, drain anything that is liquidly (especially the corn). The first time I made this I dumped everything in a bowl, and it was kinda runny. But the 2nd time I made it I drained the corn and it made such a huge difference.
Also, when dealing with the spicey aspects of the dip, I used 8oz of chilies instead 7, I put the peppers and the green onions together in a food processor and spooned in the "perfect" amount-- I added more onions and peppers to the food processor than recommended so that way I wasn't limited, nor was I adding too much. I've made this twice and everyone loves it and I plan to make it many many more times!
Big party, this and the tortilla wraps were the only things left over.
I made this dip for a baby shower and the ladies ate it up! The bowl was empty!
We also served it at a Bar-B-Que and it was a huge hit! Serve with Frito Scoopables!
I did not use all three peppers, I only put one fresh pepper in the dip.
Whenever I make this, I eat and eat until I can't chew any more. It's hard to stop. Definitely refrigerate this overnight because that's when the magic happens and the flavors blend together and the peppers heat everything up. I like it a little hotter so I don't remove the seeds from the jalepenos and I also add 3 habaneros and their seeds. Three of each seems to be the best for most people I've made this for. When it's just for me, I add 5 habaneros and it's not inferno-hot, but just enough to make your mouth tingle for a while. This makes about 7 cups of dip and you'll need two 15oz bags of Fritos Scoops to go with it. Super easy, super fast, super yummy!
This was a great recipe! I wasn't sure how corn would taste in a sour cream dip, but it was yummy! I didn't have that many people, so I actually halved the recipe and it was perfect to serve to about 4 people. Thanks!
I thought this dip was very good, but was not happy with the eye appeal, so i added a jar of chopped pimentos and it gave it a better look. It was a big hit.
This dip was new and interesting. I served it with tortilla chips and crackers. Because it was different my guests were a little hesitant, but after trying it they kept going back for more. Because of the spiciness I wouldn't recommend it for children. But it is a nice change from salsa.
Wonderful recipe and so easy. made it for an office party and got rave reviews. flavor is fantastic!!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Spicy Corn Dip
Serving Size: 1/32 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 32
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 76
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