Thank YOU for this great idea! It was (what we call) "munchie night" last night and as this recipe is ever so easy to make it was on the "menu". Because of being the garlic addict I am as well as spice freak, I added 2 cloves minced garlic and used the "hot" rotel tomatoes. I will definately make this many times!
This was a easy recipe to throw together! Went over very well. I will be making this many more times.!
Made this for a party and it was great. I've even given the recipe to a friend so she can make it as well. Thanks for such an easy and tasty recipe. So much better than just the plain chips and dip route!
This was a good and different dip. My husband seemed to like it a bit more than me. I thought the rotel gave it a little odd flavor but then again we ate it with chips. I will make again to eat it with veggies and Im sure I will like it better. Thanks for the interesting dip recipe!
I made this for out relish tray and the adults loved it. The kids thought it was too hot, but they just used the "reg" ranch dip. I then put it on our "appy" table with chips after our meal, it was loved by all us adults. Thank you for sharing.
I liked this but I made with the hot Rotel next time I'm going to do half the jar of hot and half mild because it was to hot. I want it to be spicy but that was to spicy for me.
Quick, easy, and delicious! The Rotel adds color and makes it look like you spent hours chopping vegetables. Great with Ruffles.
Very good dip. I made it with the mild Rotel tomatoes because I was the only one who like things hot at the party. I also let it set overnight before serving. The next time I make this will be for the next Superbowl party and I will be using the extra hot Rotel.
Ok- If you make this (and I think everyone should), you should make it a day ahead and then serve. I made it the morning of a potluck at work, and most people thought it was ok. The next day, there was some left over, and we were amazed at how different it tasted. YUM! Give it a try!