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Old 01-24-2011, 10:46 AM   #1
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Yummy Dip Recipe

This is my moms recipe, but I just love it. It is my favorite. I made it yesterday.

Dip!!

1 Lg. block cream cheese
1 can hormel chili no beans
1 can green chilies
Green onions(scallions) about (4) chopped really really fine and a little green off the end too.
About 2 cups of shredded sharp cheese
Chili powder

Use preferably a glass 9 inch pie pan. Soften cream cheese long before making this. Spread cream cheese in pie plate until even, spread chili on top of the cheese add the green chilies spread out among the top of the chili. Sprinkle chili powder on top of the chili and the chilies, then add the chopped up scallions, then sprinkle with chedder cheese(use the fine shredded cheese). Bake on 359 30- 35 min. If you use a metal pan bake on about 300.

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Old 01-24-2011, 11:13 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by guineapig0121
This is my moms recipe, but I just love it. It is my favorite. I made it yesterday.

Dip!!

• 1 Lg. block cream cheese
• 1 can hormel chili no beans
• 1 can green chilies
• Green onions(scallions) about (4) chopped really really fine and a little green off the end too.
• About 2 cups of shredded sharp cheese
• Chili powder

Use preferably a glass 9 inch pie pan. Soften cream cheese long before making this. Spread cream cheese in pie plate until even, spread chili on top of the cheese add the green chilies spread out among the top of the chili. Sprinkle chili powder on top of the chili and the chilies, then add the chopped up scallions, then sprinkle with chedder cheese(use the fine shredded cheese). Bake on 359 30- 35 min. If you use a metal pan bake on about 300.
I am definitely making this for my bf's poker game next week! This sounds so good!! Thanks for the idea! This is the dip I make that they usually ask for:

Crab dip

8 oz shredded havarti cheese (can be found in the deli area with other fancier cheeses)
8 oz softened cream cheese
2-3 oz cheddar, Colby, or any other desired cheese
1/4 cup minced onion
2 cloves minced garlic
1 can lump crab meat (don't buy the cheap stuff-it has pieces of shell in it!)
1/2 package frozen imitation crab, flaked
1 oz pimento (optional)

Cream together cream cheese, onion, and garlic, add remaining cheese, add crab and pimento last. Chill for at least 2 hours for flavors to blend. Serve on artesian bread, French bread, or crackers.

The reason I use half and half canned and imitation is so you get the flavor of real crab, and the texture of crab chunks. If your grocery store carries frozen lump crab meat you could use that instead, but mine doesn't. For lots of crab flavor, use two cans. This recipe can be tweaked and adjusted soooo much- it just depends what you like :) You can also use more cream cheese instead of the expensive havarti, but the flavor of the havarti is just so good! Up to you.
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Old 01-24-2011, 05:19 PM   #3
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That sounds good I may have to make it for my bf. I don't like crab. Let me know how you like the dip if you make it.
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Old 01-24-2011, 06:47 PM   #4
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That sounds good I may have to make it for my bf. I don't like crab. Let me know how you like the dip if you make it.
Just leave out the crab and Krab. It would be a great dip anyway. Just look at those yummy cheeses.
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Old 01-24-2011, 08:05 PM   #5
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This is my moms recipe, but I just love it. It is my favorite. I made it yesterday.

Dip!!

1 Lg. block cream cheese
1 can hormel chili no beans
1 can green chilies
Green onions(scallions) about (4) chopped really really fine and a little green off the end too.
About 2 cups of shredded sharp cheese
Chili powder

Use preferably a glass 9 inch pie pan. Soften cream cheese long before making this. Spread cream cheese in pie plate until even, spread chili on top of the cheese add the green chilies spread out among the top of the chili. Sprinkle chili powder on top of the chili and the chilies, then add the chopped up scallions, then sprinkle with chedder cheese(use the fine shredded cheese). Bake on 359 30- 35 min. If you use a metal pan bake on about 300.
i make a chili and cream cheese dip in the micro. most like it that simple but i will try some of the add-ins that you listed.
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Those sound so good! Now you all need desert!
Take out another block of cream cheese, add a cup of brown sugar and a teaspoon of vanilla. Mix well with your mixer and serve with cut up apples. You can also eat it with pears, etc. Yum yum!
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Just leave out the crab and Krab. It would be a great dip anyway. Just look at those yummy cheeses.
You are so right!! Maybe up the garlic a little. My aunt makes cheese dip with just shredded havarti, mayo, and garlic. I forgot to put mayo in my ingredients didn't I? Whoops... I throw about 1/2-3/4 cup mayo in there too.
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Old 01-24-2011, 09:59 PM   #8
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I am definitely making this for my bf's poker game next week! This sounds so good!! Thanks for the idea! This is the dip I make that they usually ask for:

Crab dip

8 oz shredded havarti cheese (can be found in the deli area with other fancier cheeses)
8 oz softened cream cheese
2-3 oz cheddar, Colby, or any other desired cheese
1/4 cup minced onion
2 cloves minced garlic
1 can lump crab meat (don't buy the cheap stuff-it has pieces of shell in it!)
1/2 package frozen imitation crab, flaked
1 oz pimento (optional)

Cream together cream cheese, onion, and garlic, add remaining cheese, add crab and pimento last. Chill for at least 2 hours for flavors to blend. Serve on artesian bread, French bread, or crackers.

The reason I use half and half canned and imitation is so you get the flavor of real crab, and the texture of crab chunks. If your grocery store carries frozen lump crab meat you could use that instead, but mine doesn't. For lots of crab flavor, use two cans. This recipe can be tweaked and adjusted soooo much- it just depends what you like :) You can also use more cream cheese instead of the expensive havarti, but the flavor of the havarti is just so good! Up to you.
There should be a half cup or so of mayo too. Oops
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That sounds really good!!

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Those sound so good! Now you all need desert!
Take out another block of cream cheese, add a cup of brown sugar and a teaspoon of vanilla. Mix well with your mixer and serve with cut up apples. You can also eat it with pears, etc. Yum yum!
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Old 01-24-2011, 11:28 PM   #10
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Those sound so good! Now you all need desert!
Take out another block of cream cheese, add a cup of brown sugar and a teaspoon of vanilla. Mix well with your mixer and serve with cut up apples. You can also eat it with pears, etc. Yum yum!
That does sound good! I make fruit dip out of cream cheese and marshmallow cream. Mmmmmmm. To change things up you can use strawberry cream cheese, you can mix whipped cream in also to make it fluffier, you can add a couple T of orange juice or a teaspoon of lemon juice to give it a little kick, some red food coloring to make it a pretty pink.... But even just the cream cheese and marshmallow cream are so good you could eat it with a spoon :)
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