This was made for potlucks by a co-worker & everyone knew if you didn't get some within the first hour- you didn't get any at all! It goes fast, that's for sure. Even those who don't like tuna always love this dip.
My son came home from Omaha with this recipe and his Dad has been hooked ever since. Extremely easy and addictive! Great for breakfast and works for appetizers as well. Feel free to use your choice of chilies and sausage.
I picked this up from our local paper along with a coupon to purchase Frank's Redhot Buffalo Wing Sauce or Frank's Original Cayenne Pepper Sauce. I haven't made this yet but I'm saving it for the 4th! Of course you could use your fav hot or buffalo wing sauce.
This is a hit at every party where I serve it. It's really simple and all of it can be made ahead of time. I usually add everything to a large ziploc bag and store in the refrigerator until serving time. One of the ingredients that I always add are gardinere, but Zaar doesn't recognize it. The leftovers are really good mixed in a salad too. From Prego Easy Italian Recipes.
From Simmer or Sizzle. This dip is not quite as creamy as what you'd get at a mexican restaurant, but the flavor is really good for such simple ingredients. I used low-fat cream cheese as it was very good.
I got this recipe from a friend (not sure where it came from originally). Great finger food for get togethers! To save time I sometimes substitute Real Bacon Bits (found in the salad dressing section of the grocery store)
Three ingredients and 20 minutes is all it takes to have a year of good-tasting good luck! I serve this every New Year's Day to a grateful family who otherwise turn up their noses at black-eyed peas. The rule is: You have to eat at least 3 peas for a year of good luck.