No skimping on the cheese or the bacon here. You'll be using your finger to get at this if the chips run out.
This fresh salsa is so easy, you'll wonder why you ever used to buy the canned stuff. It's very spicy, so omit some of the peppers if you're serving to a crowd that likes salsa a little more toned down.
Pants, then shoes, is one important order to remember. The other is the proper way to assemble Frito Pie. See below to make sure you're not doing it wrong.
Ketchup, mustard, ketchup, mustard. Gets a little dull, yeah? Spread this fresh relish on your burgers for a different (and probably better) flavor.
Back in the day I had to work, it was 12-hour shifts, 7 days in a row. On Sundays when we were on daytime shifts (we worked nights, too, but not on the same week!), we'd get together and bring in a really nice dinner. This dip was always required, not just by my crew, but by the day-staffers that came in on Monday, too!
You've had the Mexican-style seven layer dip... Now, try this Italian version with all your favorite pizza fixings.
The classic medley of green peppers, celery salt and cayenne pepper lend a Cajun flavor to your guacamole.
A fresh tomato adds an extra hint of summer sun into this easy guacamole.
This easy hummus gets a flavor boost from a hefty serving of fresh cilantro.
Try salsa of a different color. Tomatillos and an avocado combine to make a spicy, authentic salsa verde: that is, green salsa.
A hearty but easy salsa with tomato, mango, avocado, corn and black beans as the feature ingredients.
Whenever you get your hands on fresh pineapple, you'll want to make this tasty, easy salsa.
Feed your man cave guests without missing a play. Starting with canned diced tomatoes, you can practically make this salsa during a TV commercial break.
Turn leftover watermelon into a sweet and spicy salsa.
A simple, warm, authentic Mexican salsa to serve with chips or on burritos, tacos or enchiladas.
An easy salsa recipe for a large Super Bowl party or man cave gathering.
Basil and tomato blend perfectly in this completely unspicy salsa.
Spicy serrano peppers (spicier than jalapenos, though they look almost the same) bring major heat to this easy salsa recipe.
This salsa is very easy to make, you can easily adjust the quantity to make less or more. It is great to serve with chips, rice, chicken, beef, or sandwiches. Anything you use salsa on, which in my house is on about everything. Hope you enjoy!
Mix up this simple chicken salad with water chestnuts to serve on its own or in sandwiches.