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    7 Reviews |  By Scoutie

    These are simple, delicious and pefect for Super Bowl Sunday or any party! My family and friends always rave about them, sometimes I have to make an extra batch because they go so fast. You don't have to use a rotisserie chicken, but it sure cuts back on the time. If you don't like things too spicy, you can always cut back on the hot sauce and green onions.I like to use peanut oil for frying. They freeze well too. Making the dip ahead of time, then placing in fridge, allows the flavors to marry well. Bring it back to room temp to serve. This is adapted from a Food Network Show, Big Daddy's House. The chef is Aaron McCargo Jr. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #352425

    The name says it all for these wings. These are easy and tasty....quite spicy for the heat lovers...decrease the amounts of Tabasco and chili powder if you can't take the heat! Prep time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #66280

    This is my version of this popular dish. I use heavy cream, evaporated milk and sour cream for some seriously creamy comfort... add a bit of crispy bacon and I'm in heaven. I've actually left this in the crockpot on warm for up to 5 hours and it works out fine. You just have to under cook the pasta a bit and double or even triple the sauce.

    Recipe #472459

    A quick and easy little appetizer, or snack for anytime. I actually got this recipe off of a coupon for Borden cheese. It credits Elsie's Kitchen for the recipe.

    Recipe #13721

    When this was served at an office party, my husband immediately got the recipe so I could fix it at home. Makes a great appetizer when we have friends over to grill but also have used it as a side dish (usually with burgers) and taken it to parties and potluck suppers. You can serve this right after assembling it, or you can make it ahead of time and serve it chilled.

    Recipe #100427

    This is a really hearty dip that's perfect for football watching parties. You can prepare this one day ahead and sprinkle with the cheese right before baking. Adapted from Paula Deen.

    Recipe #280344

    These little cups are wonderful! However, I veered slightly from the original recipe. I added some horseradish and used onion/chives cream cheese. They make nice appetizers! It was originally the recipe of Doris Geist, from Bethlehem, Pa. Bake-Off 34 in Phoenix, 1990. I have some nerve changing a Bake-Off recipe don't I? It came about because I bought the wrong type of cheese and then decided to add a little kick to it!

    Recipe #146580

    This is absolutely the best recipe! I catered my own wedding and served this - it was the first dish to go & many guests asked for the recipe. You can also serve this as a side dish. Enjoy!!!!!!

    Recipe #128814

    Recipe #55689

    It's like crack. Guaranteed no leftovers.

    Recipe #412293

    This is another recipe straight from the coupon section of the Sunday newspaper :-) It is a Rosarita original recipe. It is fantastic for a super bowl party (or any other party, for that matter).

    Recipe #110355

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    As winter is winding down here in the northlands, we're "starting" to get a bit of cabin fever. So, once-a-year our church youth group hosts a cabin-fever game night. Everyone brings their favorite snack and soft drinks AND games or puzzles to share with the group. It's a free-for-all of board games, cards, and fun. Great for fellowship and laughter and wonderful memories. The first year we went, the teens went crazy over this recipe, so it's become kind-of a tradition.

    Recipe #260714

    This taco dip is incredibly simple to make - so simple, it doesn't seem right that it can taste so good. We got this recipe from my friend Kathy, who altered a recipe she had found online. Whenever I make this, my DH asks me to make two so he can enjoy it again after the party. It gets gobbled up quickly no matter where we take it! The main key is to make this the day before and let it chill in the fridge overnight - allowing the flavors to meld together. Feel free to get creative with the ingredients!

    Recipe #329608

    Prep time includes chill time. Make ahead to blend flavors.

    Recipe #58057

    This is, without a doubt, THE most requested recipe ever! Took it to a small bridge tournament and was asked for the recipe by more than 30 people! The presentation is beautiful and the taste is outstanding.

    Recipe #289255

    This multi-textured dip with an Asian flair is the perfect party hors d’ oeuvre for any festive gathering.

    Recipe #282420

    For ease you may use purchased miniature frozen tart shells, spicy Italian sausage works the best for this, if using mild sausage I recommend to add in the cayenne pepper --- these are very good!

    Recipe #340466

    27 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Got this spicy cheesy dip from Hope a friend of mine. Yes I adapted it. Yes you can used canned chicken. Recipe can be easily halved.

    Recipe #153540

    I could almost taste this when I saw Paula Deen whip it up on the Food Network. Serve hot with crackers or toast points.

    Recipe #110244

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