Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 15 mins

We got this from a TOH magazine and my daughter made it. It was wonderful with chips and also on top of baked potatoes, too! We made it without the olives and peppers due to personal preference and added in some extra cheese, too.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In large skillet, cook beef, 3 T. onion, 2 T. red pepper, and 1 T. green pepper over medium heat until meat is no longer pink; drain. Stir in the soup, salsa, 3 T. each of the olives, chilies, jalapeno, oregano, and pepper. Bring to boil; reduce heat and simmer for 5 minutes.
  2. Transfer to serving dish. Top with cheese, sour cream, and parsley. Sprinkle with remaining onion, peppers, and olives. Serve with tortilla chips.


Most Helpful

Left out the olives, and substituted regular ground beef, instead of lean ground beef, and we chose to use mild salsa. Use with the frito scoop chips and turned out to be a great snack last night. Very tasty and flavorful. Made for PRMR tag..

weekend cooker October 08, 2010

This was a very nice dip!! My Dh just waved over it. I did leave out a few things cause I didn't have it on hand ( pimento stuffed olives, green chilies and jalapeno pepper) but we didn't miss those ingredients anyways as we don't use them much. I did add a dash or two of cumin and a small amount of whipping cream for a richer flavor. This is a keeper as my Dh said he wanted this again :) Thanks for sharing the recipe!

Marsha D. March 16, 2010

Very good! I couldn't find nacho cheese soup in Canada so just used cheddar cheese soup. I skipped on the red peppers and green olives cause I didn't have any. This didn't thicken up like I thought it would have to be a dip. I left it on low heat for an hour until DH got home and that thickened it a little. The beef was a little bland so next time I think I'll add a few more spices when browning the hamburger.

Sam #3 November 05, 2008

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