From Southern Living under 300 calories sandwiches! This is yummy! The orginal recipe calls for another Southern Living recipe "Simply Roasted Pork" to be used. I usually use deli ham. Cook time is assembly time.
Something my husband and I came up with. This is a great recipe because it lends itself so well to tweaking! To me this is a very mild dip, not bland, but mild as far as the spices go, as posted. If you like it spicier, add some finely diced jalapenos or cayenne pepper to your liking. We love spicy food but for some reason we enjoy this milder dip! Enjoy! Serve with tortilla chips for dipping. The cooking times are approximate as they will vary with your crock pot. I imagine you could make this on the stove top or make this in the microwave and then place it in the crock pot to keep warm. This also, halves very easily for a smaller crowd!
This is from eatbetteramerica.com This is a great salad to take for lunch. Sometimes (if I have it left over), I add a little grilled chicken. I also usually use barilla PLUS pasta. :) Use your favorite salsa. I like ones with a lot of cilantro and garlic! Cook time is the time to chill.
This is a little different from other corn dips posted here. And this is the best one I have found. It comes from Anne Byrn's "What Can I Bring?" cookbook! Serve with tortilla chips or fritos scoops! Enjoy!
Although I refused to eat it until about a week ago (it was green and well it creeped me out) I have now seen the light. This stuff is amazing! I love it! The cilantro is just so awesome. So naturally I had to find a recipe and try it out! :) I found this recipe on the Dabble posted by someone named Annie and it is pretty darn close! :) Cook time is chill time.
I found these when I was looking for a recipe for Moe's Salsa Verde and they sounded so utterly perfect I had to post here so I could find them and try them out! Found on The Dabble. Prep time does not include time for the simple syrup to cool. It is honestly better to make the syrup the day before and let cool over night!