7 Layers Of Yum Make This The Elite Of Game Night Dishes
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They’ll Have To Drag Me Kicking And Screaming From This Scrumptious Appetizer!
I always look forward to our game nights with family and friends. We’ve had this fun tradition for years now with some of our friends; we take turns hosting each other’s families, and everyone always brings a little something to the party. The hosts make any bigger meals, if that’s what they decide to serve, but whoever’s coming over as a guest will bring an appetizer, a six pack or whatever they think is suitable for the occasion.
Lately I’ve been trying to find a dip that would tickle my fancy. It seems I’ve grown tired of the same old shrimp dips, guacamole or salsa, and I really wanted to bring something super delicious to our next event. As soon as I came across this awesome Tex Mex dip over at Guy’s Home Kitchen, I just knew this would be it!
I am most definitely making a double batch of this goodness because there’s no way my tex mex loving friends would ever settle for one! This is the perfect combination of flavors, if you ask me, and I can’t wait to dip my tortilla chips in this – or maybe I’ll just eat it with a spoon…
Recipe and image courtesy of Guy’s Home Kitchen.
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Quick Tip: Like your food extra spicy? Add a layer of diced jalapenos!
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