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Very good. I was in a hurry so I used powdered onion and garlic. Our air conditioner is out on 100 days, so I was looking for a good cold main dish, and this worked great! I served it cold with the Bowlz tortilla chips, cold pinto beans, tomatos and lettuce. Thank you!
Made this for the Superbowl and it was a hit. I did add a small can of green chiles and a small can of sliced black olives. Tried it first cold but decided we liked it better in a small crockpot heated. Plan to make this next week for a Mexican potluck.
Very good. Made this for a football tailgate and everyone ate it. I made it two days in advance to let the flavors meld. I also baked it for about 30 minutes at 375. It was perfect. I left out the onions b/c I don't like onions.
Good dip! I used 13 3/4 oz. mild rotel tomatoes, 6 oz. Southwestern Oscar Meyer chicken (didn't realize recipe called for 12 oz. -oops), lowfat cream cheese, mexican style cheese combo, and skipped the oregano (because I was out) and cilantro (personal preference) and it came out tasting good. I served this warm with Tostito scoops.
This was very good, made as written except omitted the green onions. I did heat it up a little in the microwave just to soften it up (kept breaking the chips when it was cold). Will be making this on a regular basis.
Great dip to take to a potluck- I made it for a family Christmas party, and got several raves about it. One suggestion-using canned cooked chicken works really well also.
Made this for Thanksgiving, it was amazing! I didn't have garlic, and had only half the chicken and it was still amazing! Everone loved it, and wanted recipe. I used the spicey rotel tomatoes with the jalapenos. It gave it just the right amount of heat. Even the kids were eating it. Thanks sooo much for a winner!
Was needing a recipe to take to work for a potluck that could be microwaved once there. AND EVERYBODY LOVED IT and asked for the recipe! They made it for their families/friends and they LOVED it, too! However, I did double the amount of chicken (two packets) and substituted a full 2 cups of a Mexican blend of cheese.
What an excellent dip!! I make a dip that is similar to this, so I made a few changes and blended the two recipes together. I used canned chicken, Rotel diced tomatoes AND green chiles, and 8 oz. of mayo in place of one block of cream cheese. It came out wonderful!!! Thanks for the recipe.