Putting this recipe here for safe keeping. Found through Whistle Stop Cafe Cookbook. Looks a little different than the other recipes posted and sounds great. The cookbook says the filling is great in sandwiches as well as stuffed in celery. Also says taste good in a BLT.
I looked at a few different recipes for salsa and was lacking one or two ingredients for each recipe, so I looked at what I had on hand and made up the recipe. For all of the ingredients... if you really like that ingredient, add more of it. If you hate one ingredient, don't add it. Have some peppers on hand? Toss 'em in. Go wild!
From 100 Best Appetizers Cookbook which was given to me by my swap partner MaField in the Cookbook Swap 2008. This is a nice kick to the standard salsa dips. 2 hours chill time needed before serving. **Updated 10/2009** Due to Lipton not making their soup mix available in the stores any longer, I'm suggesting following rickaholic's hint of using Knorr's Herb & Garlic Soup Mix.
Take my advice, make lots of this dip. The recipe may say that it is for 4 servings, but I have seen sophisticated friends turn barbaric over a bowl of this stuff. It's very sweet and goes great with tart apples.
From Top Secret Recipes www.topsecretrecipes.com. OMG! This is SOOO good..and it's the closest thing I've found to the real thing. I think it came from copycatrecipes.com, but I've had it a while. It is worth the trouble. They never give you enough packets at the restaurant, acting like their condiments are gold or something. Phooey on that..Make your OWN! Cooking time does not include time to cool.
This cheese ball is ALWAYS a huge hit at family gatherings and is always asked for by more than one person. Try it! You wont ever want to eat another cheese ball ever again..I promise! This is best made the day before to chill overnight to let the flavors mix
There are already about 3000 taco dip recipes on Zaar, but I simply MUST include this one from my friend Cathy because it is SO uncomplicated AND it reminds me of the fun we had when we both lived in Spokane back in the 90's. She's in Arizona now, and I'm in Wisconsin!
I love broccoli and pepper jack cheese... and this dip combines the two! This is a very quick and easy dip for parties. We like it with Frito's Scoops or tortilla chips. Leftovers are wonderful served over baked potatoes for lunch the next day. NOTE AFTER FIRST REVIEW: I have always kept this hot for serving in my mini-crockpot and haven't had trouble with it getting too thick.
*Kokkteilsosa* in Icelandic, this recipe from *Cool Cuisine* (Traditional Icelandic Cuisine) by Nanna Rognvaldardottir surprised me - mainly due to her intro: "This universal dipping sauce became popular in Iceland in the 1960s & is served w/chips, hamburgers, fried & deep-fried fish, fried chicken & other types of fast food. Some people even put it on their pizza." IMO this sauce is much more unique to Iceland than it is universal to anywhere in the universe! (Time does not include chill time) *Enjoy* !