Dips are creamy mixtures into which crackers, raw vegetables, chips, or other foods are dipped.
Made with avocado, tomato, red onions, lemon juice, tabasco, and sour cream.
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Serve this with bakery quality sourdough bread or traditional Italian or Baguette bread.
Made with hamburger, refried beans, chilies, tomatoes, and Velveeta processed cheese.
Recipe from The Honorable Jane Dee Hull, Governor of Arizona.
A simple mixture of beef and cheese, which should always be made a day in advance to allow the flavors to blend. Serve with corn chips.
Recipe from caterer Sharon Myers.
Recipe from Kraft with reviews and nutrition information.
Over 50 various ways of making this popular dip, with or without avocados.
Toast thick slices of Italian bread to spread with this tangy goat cheese dip. It complements a salad or hearty soup.
Recipe from Casa Sedona Bed and Breakfast Inn, Sedona, Arizona.
Hot, creamy dip served with tortilla chips.
Made with refried beans, cream cheese, salsa, and cheddar cheese.
From Country Garden Inn, Napa, California.
This recipe is made to be used with vegetables.
Garnish with red radishes or jicama. Serve with tortilla chips.
Serve with toasted, thinly sliced French baguettes, crackers, or leaves of endive.
Served with chips, vegetables, or tortillas.
Quick recipe calling for sour cream, chives, and lemon juice.
Colorful dip from Taste of Home magazine.
Flavored with bacon bits and green onions.
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