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Took this last nite to our weekly poker league and though everyone thought it was very good and was gone by the end of the nite everyone thought it could use a little more heat. I did put in a seeded jalapeno which gave great flavor but next time I'll either leave the seeds in or add a little cayenne. Will be making this again!!
This was an easy dip to make and I had everything on hand. It is a little bland. I add a habanero pepper that I grew in the garden and then dehydrated . Pulverized one in the grinder and it really spiced it up. I used only 2 cans of corn, one mexi corn the other a sweet corn. All in all pretty good. Please beware this makes a huge serving. Way more than the four ppl I needed to feed.
I doubled the recipe and made this for "Dip Day" at work. We loved it! I can't wait to make this again with Rotel and some taco seasoning, just for a little different flavor. Thanks for sharing, Marsha! :)
Made as directed but used jalapenos instead of chilies and only used 2 cans of corn! Thanks for a winner!
This was very good. I took it to a potluck and everyone seemed to like it. However, the taste of the chilies didn't really stand out to me. I think it could use more zip. I'll try jalapenos next time.
Very good!! I added extra cumin, lime juice and cilantro. I kept everything else the same and let it sit overnight. Will make it again!!
Nice dip and was enjoyed by the guests.
Love this stuff and make it often for a snack with tortilla or pita chips. Great for a bring a long dish too!
love this dip! i have added a can of rotel (drained) instead of the green chilies and it was very good. we like ours after left in the fridge overnight. kids asked for this to be made for prom!
Love it love it!!