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    ZWT3 Southwestern


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    A mild version for those who don't like a mouth of fire from eating chili, but love to eat it nonetheless. You may spice up this recipe by adding hot pepper flakes, cayenne or white pepper, tobasco sauce, green chile sauce, jalapeno peppers, etc. Feel free to experiment, but try it once as written. I think you'll see how good it is.

    Recipe #230223

    1 Reviews |  By AB_Fan

    A Packer Game Day favorite at my house. I make this cheesy, spicy dip for football parties in the winter and baseball parties in the summer; it always scores big with guests! Super simple and easy to make, it goes a long way, too. We always have leftovers.

    Recipe #230236

    From one of my dear friends who loves Southwestern and Mexican foods. When we go to her house for get togethers, this spicy dip always makes a showing.

    Recipe #230238


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