Beef Enchilada Dip ~ spicy ground beef, cheese, black beans, tomatoes, green chilies and enchilada sauce, topped with more cheese and baked ’til bubbly.
The Super Bowl is almost here. Maybe that means you’ll be hosting a few friends and their appetites. Or maybe you got lucky and just need to bring a dish. Something other than your shining personality, though bring that too. Someone has to be the life of the party after all.
The fact is you
should must bring something crowd-approved and usually that means bold spicy flavor, like this Beef Enchilada Dip.
Chorizo Queso Dip ~ warm, velvety smooth Mexican cheese and chorizo dip includes tomatoes, fresh cilantro and a light squeeze of lime juice. Serve with warm tortilla chips.
In our family watching football on Thanksgiving Day is an endurance sport. That means that a ridiculous number of competitive-worthy appetizers are also needed like this Chorizo Queso Dip. Warm, creamy melted cheese, bites of spicy chorizo, tomatoes, fresh cilantro and a light squeeze of lime juice.
It makes the perfect vessel for warm, lightly salted tortilla chips. It’s not a first down. It’s a touchdown.
I’m not sure where my love of Mexican dips started but it’s definitely in full force and I can’t imagine it ever going away. When our kids were small many Saturday nights were spent with our neighbors and their kids ~ 4 girls total. For the adults Margaritas and a layered Mexican dip ~ refried beans, full fat sour cream, shredded cheese, lettuce and salsa. So much yummy goodness. The girls’ favorite meal was French fries and dino-nuggets. Even today get-togethers aren’t the same without some kind of dip. The one I’m sharing today is a Chicken Salsa Verde Dip Recipe which is the last recipe in the Same Ingredients/Different Results series. The series is over, but stick around ~ next week and throughout the summer we’ll be fishing and grilling and, well ~ you’ll just have to come back!