5 Reviews

For a meal, make a pan of cornbread. Cut your slice of cornbread in half and put the dip over the cornbread. Yummy!!

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vjcww September 14, 2011

I loved this dip and my kids couldn't stop eating it. I used corn and flour tortilla's and spread it on them and rolled it up.

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cookin_again May 15, 2007

Easy to prepare and great taste. Baked in the oven instead of using a crockpot. I cut the recipe in half and it was plenty to serve 8 to 10 people as an appetizer. Used chips and also spread on crackers.

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Martini Guy December 28, 2005

We always have the ingredients on hand, not only for holidays, but whenever an impromtu party arises. I saute my onions in a couple of tbls of butter before adding to the mix, occasionally I add about a cup of shredded cheddar and a smidge of cream or milk to smooth the flavors when we feel a little bit like splurging. My DBIL tried to eat it as a soup during the holiday. You can also cut down on cook time by using microwave but it isn't as good. This is a can't miss dip!

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The Amazing Christy! January 06, 2005

We have this for family get togethers. Delicious! Try using the maple flavored sausage for a different taste that is just as good.

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Shannon_1 November 19, 2004
Oklahoma Dip