Corn Dip

"This is a potluck favorite."
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Ready In:
3 cups




  • Mix all ingredients together.
  • Serve or refrigerate overnight.
  • Keeps well.

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  1. Good stuff! I used Mexican style cheese and added diced black olives. I served this with corn chips, and wouldn't do that again, the corn chips were too overpowering for this dip, tasted better with celery. Thank You Bunkie-
  2. I made this to take to a Mexican theme church party tomorrow, and I think it turned out great! I had pickled jalapeno's instead of fresh ones, after I chopped them, I squeezed out all of the excess juice, and you couldn't tell the difference. I also added salt, black pepper, red pepper and garlic. I didn't measure, I just did it to my taste. It was so good tonight, I can't wait until it refrigerates overnight, and all of the flavors blend. The only thing I will do differently next time is to add green onions along with the jalapeno's. I tried it with Wheat Thins, and Tostito's Scoops, and I liked the Tostito's much better. The Wheat Thins were just too sweet tasting. Thanks a bunch for the recipe.
  3. This was one of the dips I made for our New Year's Eve party. I didn't have jalapenos, so I used some canned chilis. I also had to use salt and pepper. None of the men at the party would try it! The women, however, loved it. All made the same comment- I think this would be better with jalapenos, not the canned chilies. I have to agree. When I make it again, I will use the real chilis, the canned chilis' flavor almost overpowered the corn flavor. Almost. Despite my mistake, this was STILL delicious. A very good dip! Thanks!


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