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My goodness, a good dip on a Super Bowl Sunday is what I live for. You know what I mean, don’t you? A huge bowl of dip with crackers or chips right out of the bag. But the key to this is having more than one bag of chips because you will load it up on this the whole evening! It is full of salmon goodness with loads of mayo, spices and well, all the goods. This one is so delicious, it is a hit in my family. This is all they ask for at all times, whether football is on TV or not. Well, this dip is unlike any other there are out there. Everyone usually makes spinach artichoke dips, or brie and apricot dip, or maybe some sort of cheesy meat dip.
Oh, and there are always Mexican dips! Well, let me tell you friends, this is the dip of your dreams.
Full of salmon, lots of delicious flavors and all, I make this by the pound. Oh, and I keep a batch in my freezer at all times, full of deliciousness and keep myself stocked on chips, bread and soda crackers for this dip. It is just that good!
Recipe courtesy of Self Proclaimed Foodie
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