"5 Things" Hot Mexican Green Chile Dip

"I take this dip to almost every gathering I go to.....and have never had to haul any of it home! It's never had a real name, but when people ask what's in it?/how do you make it?, the response is always the same: "It's so easy. Five things and stir!". You can actually add additional items like diced jalapenos, sliced black olives, etc to make it your own.....but the basic recipe is always a hit! I use the extra hot Rotel to kick it up, but for those who prefer milder flavor, you can use the regular or even 'mild' Rotel. I DO highly recommend Rotel (rather than any other brand of diced tomatoes w/chilis)...there's just something about the flavor that's very unique. Enjoy!"
 
"5 Things" Hot Mexican Green Chile Dip created by Sageca
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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • In mixing bowl, first combine the sour cream and vegetable soup mix.
  • Then drain the excess liquid off of the Rotel and green chiles and stir both cans in with the sour cream mixture. (tip -- don't fuss over the draining, just what pours out of the can easily).
  • Lastly, add 2 cups of the cheese and stir everything together.
  • Pour mixture into a 10" round baking dish, top with additional 1/2 cup or more of cheese. (Remember you will be serving this in what you cook it in: I always use a round, stoneware baking dish, but a deep dish pie plate or smaller ceramic casserole dish would work as well!).
  • Bake for 30 minutes (or until top is golden and bubbly).
  • Allow the dish to cool for at least 20 minutes before serving with your favorite tortilla or corn chips. Happy dipping!
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  1. ChelseaW
    The flavors in this were really yummy but the texture was a bit off for our liking. I may try again and see if I can get it smoother.
     
  2. Margaret D.
    Easy - I had all the ingredients. I used it as a sauce for Mexican Chicken. I will not make it again - I am a Texan, and this is not really what I was hoping for. It needed jalapeños and maybe 1/2 cream cheese and 1/2 sour cream for better dip texture. I think the soup mix was also too bland - I will have to figure out how to bump it up a bit. But it was a fun dinner and everyone was excited to see something new.
     
  3. regina rose
    This is a Keeper!!!! I've made this dip several times and it's always the same experience... WOW can I have this recipe before I go.It always pleases and is so easy to make so if your looking for something to bring on the compliments give this dip a try!!! And enjoy!!!
     
  4. lecole54
    You're absolutely right about not bringing any of this home! The only change I made was to use low-fat sour cream to try to cut down the calories a tad. Everyone loved it and lots of folks wanted the recipe. By the way, either use a particularly strong tortilla chip or go for some kind of cracker -- the more flimsy chips won't survive the dipping!
     
  5. JenJenMarie
    Made for NYE. Was a big hit! Everyone kept asking what was in it.
     
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