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Make This Your Go-To Appetizer For Snacking At Home Or To Take To The Big Game
Have you ever had an appetizer dip that you just can’t stop eating? That was this Texas Trash Dip for me. I kept nonchalantly walking past the table of food at a recent party my family attended and eating a chip covered in this dip. I think they eventually caught on because others started eating it and then much to my dismay… it was all gone. It’s probably a good thing though! Otherwise, I would have eaten the entire bowl of it, all by myself!
I left the party with the recipe of course and made it the very next night for the family and me to sit and watch a movie and indulge. I am not ashamed to say it was our dinner. Not only that, everyone was satisfied so there’s really no reason for me to feel ashamed, am I right?
We can’t be expected to whip up a 5-course meal every (or any) night of the week. I am sure my family would gladly pig out on this dip whenever I make it.
Recipe and photo courtesy of McCormick
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Quick Tip: Want to brown it a bit on top? Put the dish under the broiler for 5 minutes – but keep an eye on it!