I found this recipe by Denise Miller Ramsey on Allrecipes.com, and it is an awesome recipe!!! Great for football parties, potluck, and any occasion that you want a super tasty and easy appetizer. I used all 4 ounces of the canned, diced jalapeno peppers and I thought it gave it the perfect amound of heat. It had a little kick without burning your mouth. I mixed the cream cheese with the mayonnaise, then added the peppers and parmesan cheese. I stirred it until everything was well blended and then put it all in my little 2-quart crockpot. I cooked it on low for 3 hours and then turned it down to warm. I took it to work and it was gone before lunch was over. I served it with Triscuits and tortilla chips. Everyone went crazy over this dish, and I had many, many requests for the recipe. I'm making this again this weekend for my granddaughter's birthday party. You can't go wrong with this recipe! :)
This is a huge crowd pleaser! I changed it a bit though to fit my personal tastes. I omitted the mayo and instead of parmesan cheese I used cheddar. I also added a green onion and chopped up the jalapenos!
Took this to a St. Patrick's day party and it was a big hit! Three different people asked me for the recipe. Like others I added more green chilies and jalapenos than the recipe called for. We baked it and it turned out great. Thanks!
I loved this dip! Very tasty with Fritos scoops.
We were really excited about trying this recipe for Super Bowl Sunday - prepared as written, it is quite bland. For this amount of cream cheese, it definitely needs more heat.
This is my husband's favorite! (I don't touch it- nothing hot for me!) I make this for about every get-together we have now. Everyone else loves it just as much and I've never gotten anything but great compliments on it. The changes I make are: I add a little bit of shredded cheese, maby 1/2 cup, (whatever I have on hand- usually cheddar or a blend), we usually at least double the jalapenos, and I mix a 1/2 cup of panko bread crumbs with the parmesan cheese and sprinkle it on top. I also prefer to bake it for 30 minutes at 375.
This is excellent!!!! I took this to a family Christmas gathering & everyone loved it. I omitted the parmesan & used only about 1 1/2 ounces of the jalapenos (we had lots of kids & a few adults that don't care for real spicy foods). I also added 6 oz. shredded cheddar. I cooked it in the microwave as directed, but might bake it in the oven next time for more even heat distribution. It took about 2 minutes to throw it together. This is so simple & so delicious!!!! I served it with french bread, triscuits, tortilla chips & celery. (I couldn't decide which one to use) The celery was my favorite. It cut the spicy-ness for those who didn't care for hot & spicy foods. Really it works well with any of those though. It will make this one again & again!
Great recipe Juenessa! I followed the recipe but added one jalapeno pepper (seeds and all) finely chopped. I served the dip with nacho chips and Triscuit crackers and everyone loved the dip and asked for the recipe. Thank you so much for posting a new family favourite.
Brought this to a party and it was a hit. I did double the Jalapeno peppers and I used Mont/Colby cheese blend instead of Parm (I mixed 1 to 1 1/2 cups in the dip). For the topping I used 1 cup of the Mont/Colby cheese blend and added Panko on top (sprayed with Pam to help brown) to give it a cruch. Very well received and I will be making this again and again. The hardest part is not eating it all by yourself. I baked mine @ 375 until bubbly, about 30 minutes.
HOLY COW is this GOOD! I'm not a fan of super SPICY foods, I like flavor but not pain. With this recipe you can add as much "punch" as you like. I made it as written using NeufchÃ¢tel cheese to help lower the fat by a little bit and it was extra creamy! I served it with Triscuits and Ritz, and we liked the Triscuits better. The freshly grated parmesan cheese is a must! You should not be dissapointed if you try this recipe! Thanks for posting!