5 Reviews

When I saw this, I had to try it because I love dips. But I made it and I couldn't get the bowl away from my husband, who generally isn't into dips. It was a hit with dinner guests too and its SO EASY. We've also changed the amount of heat by substituting different hot wing sauces but it is wonderful every time. Usually it is eaten with baked corn chips.

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Cookies4Every1 April 13, 2010

Just made this and gave it to my DS, I added some fresh garlic and cayenne pepper just to zing it up, thanks Jeff! Kittencal :)

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Kittencal@recipezazz April 03, 2010

This is a good, hot dip that is very versatile. Instead of 1/2 cup red hot sauce, I used 1/2 cup Herdez salsa and a few dashes of chipotle sauce, plus a small can of chopped, green chiles and salt to taste. The dip was really tasty when it came out of the oven, and I took it -- with tostadas -- to a shop to share with friends who are the owners. We all loved it!

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Stella Mae July 29, 2009

This was a fantastic dip! It had just the right amount of heat and the flavor was perfect. Made for Jeff's cookathon...hope you feel better soon!

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Dreamgoddess July 17, 2009

We loved this recipe! In fact, the boys and their dad loved it so much that I had to head back to the kitchen to make another batch the same night. We are not a big 'dip' family, but this one sure went over well. It is a bit spicy, but not so spicy that your mouth burns for 2 hours. Because not everyone can appreciate heat, I suggest that you start out on the conservative side and add more heat to suit your taste.

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Wife of 1 Mom of 3 December 21, 2008
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