I originally made this recipe up to dip some bacon-wrapped shrimp in, but we soon found out that it was good on all kinds of chips and crackers also!
Just like the bean dip you buy in the store but a lot less expensive. The heat can be easily controlled.
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 very quick chili, thanks to your trusty food processor or blender. And a very tasty chili, thanks to your trusty bacon.
No skimping on the cheese or the bacon here. You'll be using your finger to get at this if the chips run out.
Run out of food during the football game? This dip is so easy, you could practically make it between plays.
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.
Fall-off-the-bone Garlic Teriyaki Wings with a hint of heat - awesome!! Less cooking time after dipping makes wings saucier.
Dips are usually for the dark winter months--bring the color and taste of summer back with sun-dried tomatoes.
Fresh spicy dip for tortilla chips. Beware--use just one canned chipotle, not one whole can of chipotle. Don't make the mistake Don did.
This is my hummus recipe I have developed over the past few months. The best hummus I have ever had was in Beirut, Lebanon many years ago. With this recipe, you will hopefully have the same experience I had in Lebanon. Eventually you will get good enough at making hummus that you won't need to follow my exact measurements. :)
If you like hummus, basil and Parmesan cheese, you'll love this. A great dip to go with your favorite chips, crackers or fresh uncooked vegetables!