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Olive Cheese Dip

This is a wonderful dip for parties or other get-togethers. It is a little different than your "traditional" dips. It tastes wonderful, too! One note: the oil from the mayo & cheese tends to come to the surface as the dip cools. When this happens, I usually skim off the oil before stirring it up/reheating it. A small crock pot or other warming pot will help keep it warm if it will be sitting out for people to grab as they want some.

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  • Mix all ingredients together.
  • Spread in an 8x12 pan and bake at 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes (or 20-30 minutes in a deep dish pan).
  • Serve warm with tortilla chips.
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"This is a wonderful dip for parties or other get-togethers. It is a little different than your "traditional" dips. It tastes wonderful, too! One note: the oil from the mayo & cheese tends to come to the surface as the dip cools. When this happens, I usually skim off the oil before stirring it up/reheating it. A small crock pot or other warming pot will help keep it warm if it will be sitting out for people to grab as they want some."
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  1. Catsrule
    I had company for dinner over the weekend and made this dip. The amount of mayo put me off when I was preparing it, but it turned out great, and two couples left with the recipe. One thing I did differently was to saute the onion and mushrooms with a touch of garlic powder before mixing with the other ingredients.
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  2. Micki Lea
    This is a wonderful dip for parties or other get-togethers. It is a little different than your "traditional" dips. It tastes wonderful, too! One note: the oil from the mayo & cheese tends to come to the surface as the dip cools. When this happens, I usually skim off the oil before stirring it up/reheating it. A small crock pot or other warming pot will help keep it warm if it will be sitting out for people to grab as they want some.
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