This tastes just like the kind they serve at Outback Steakhouse.
A dark chocolate dip. I always use a bar that has a minimum of 50% cocoa solids as this has a good strong bitterness. I have tried making it with white and milk chocolate but it didn't work, it didn't set.
Just like the bean dip you buy in the store but a lot less expensive. The heat can be easily controlled.
Simple Mexican-style cheese dip that can be used with tortilla chips as an appetizer or to fill tortillas to make a meal.
A zesty, delicious chip dip, topping for burritos, tacos or a taco salad that is extremely simple and cheap to make.
While trying to watch our weight and still eat tasty foods, I've created a spicy white bean dip that's easy to make and a healthful choice to serve with veggies or breadsticks.
A great party dip that takes minutes to make and will have everyone asking for more.
True Louisiana backwoods crabmeat au gratin.
The freshest salsa around, because you just made it.
You can step outside and make this dinner on the grill before anyone notices you've gone.
Restaurant-style aioli--better because it's made fresh in your kitchen.
Ketchup, mustard, ketchup, mustard. Gets a little dull, yeah? Spread this fresh relish on your burgers for a different (and probably better) flavor.
A healthy option for your football party--among all the chip and bread dips, give folks a place to dip fresh fruit.
Peas stretch out this guacamole recipe for a slightly less fatty dip.
An extra dose of lime (and a small splash of hot sauce) gives this easy guacamole a definite kick.
This easy hummus gets a flavor boost from a hefty serving of fresh cilantro.
Have a little heat on your crackers and veggies with this easy hummus recipe. Garlic salt, lime zest and cayenne pepper provide the spice.
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.
A quick and easy salsa that gets back to basics: avocado, tomato, jalapenos, garlic and salt. Can't go wrong there.
A simple, warm, authentic Mexican salsa to serve with chips or on burritos, tacos or enchiladas.