Step 3 — Serve and enjoy! Sure wish bloggers didn't have to do it this way but the spammers are relentless. I halved the recipe as best I could and it is indeed delicious. Your support is greatly appreciated - Thank You! Let Me See The Corn Dip Recipe Now! It just kept calling my name. These are a pantry staple and what I use most often in my recipes where I call for jalapenos. We, Amber and Ann Kelly, are Christian Stay at Home Moms that enjoy taking care of and cooking for our families. Also, keep in mind that the longer this sits, the more kick it seems to get.
Have you ever made this before? Though, I must admit having a holiday mid-week always screws me up. Another good thing, you can do it from fresh corn and chili, no can needs here. My rules: 1 - Have something tasty close at hand on the coffee table. I have been surfing the web and the Comcast website, but I can't find out. Are you a fan of dips? How amazingly easy is that?! Sprinkle the remaining cheese on top. A creamy dip with a little bit of heat going on and crazy delicious, this Amazing Corn Dip aka Crack Corn Dip is going to be the hit of your party.
Once you pass the recommended time, you can cover the dip and place it back in the refrigerator. Of course being the glutinous guy I am, I used almost a whole pound of bacon and about 12 oz of sharp cheddar. You can use a wide variety of cheeses here to your liking. I think the jar kind are not quite as hot, but use whatever you prefer. Thanks for taking the time to comment - I love hearing from readers and I read every single comment and try to respond to them right here on the site, so stop back by! I used frozen Silver Queen Corn in the dip because it is my favorite. This dip is everything you love about food. This recipe is so easy to do that most of ingredients can be found in your kitchen.
A cold dip made with Mexicorn, cheese, green chilies, jalapenos, Rotel, mayo, sour cream, green onion and seasonings. If that worries you then go ahead and add less jalapenos. Step 1 — Add corn, mexicorn, sour cream, mayonnaise, green onions, and cheese whatever flavor you like in a large mixing bowl. Cold Corn Dip Football season has arrived! Corn, sour cream, cream cheese, cheddar, bacon and ranch. Wine and corn dip might seem a little odd on the surface, but it ended up being a great solution — an easy finger food that we can eat on the move yet hardy enough that it was filling.
Thanks again will comment more with photos later about a few other recipes of yours with great results. You guys have to make this dip, I promise you will want to make it time and time again! I substituted fresh jalepenos for the canned. I had something just like this several years ago without the jalapeño papers and have been searching for the recipe! Either way it will taste great. I ate way too much of this! ~Mary Foreman I'm your cook, not your doctor. I usually double this recipe when I have a large group 12 or more is large in my book , and only place ½ of it in the serving dish, reserving the other ½ in the refrigerator until its time to refill the bowl. There was such a good response we thought we would transfer the recipes to a blog for easier access. Unfortunately, if you get up to get something to eat like some queso or a few pigs in a blanket, to go to the bathroom, or to just stretch your legs, someone will immediately snag your prime viewing spot on the sectional.
Will double the batch next time. We like trying new things. If you like more intense flavor, adding some raw chunks of white onion to the dip would heat it up a bit. Follow me on , and to stay connected. The result is an ultra creamy, smoky, perfectly seasoned dip.
I dump the corn in my strainer and let it sit while I add everything else to the bowl. Me especially as I'm a Mississippi transplant to Atlanta lol. Want more delicious dip recipes? I'm guessing that's probably what happened here. However, after a quick google search found it all over the net. You can serve any kind of crunchy vessel with this dip. Saucing onion and pepper beforehand will also bring out the sweetness in them, other wise you could just quick steam them for 5 minutes or so.
Due to the mayonnaize in the recipe, freezing this dip is not recommended. I have to clear out hundreds of them a day. I really like that it doesn't need to be served hot. Well, let's just say it happens to the best of us!! I also use some Hungarian paprika and homemade habanero sauce. Anyway, if you can tell me what to do to get my name on the comment, I'd really appreciate it. Seek explicit permission before using any content on this site, including partial excerpts, all of which require attribution linking back to specific posts on this site. And for the person who asked it is obviously called crack because it is so addictive! Food, family and memories are as intertwined in the South as if woven on the same thread.
You can also mix it up the day before and chill overnight. If your guests still want more dip, let it chill for at least 30 minutes before bringing it back out again. We missed taking her as I thought it was Saturday not Thursday, yesterday! Help, please — where can I get 2 or just the leaves? The dip was gone in a flash. My sincerest thanks for a great dinner idea. Emugg Anonymous Sylvia: I don't know. More savory party dips How to make corn dip This next part is only a photo tutorial of the recipe steps. Not like that happened to us or anything.
Classy Bacon Cheddar Dip a. Grab a lidded storage container and add 1 cup of both real mayonnaise and sour cream, 2 cans of Mexicorn, 1 can of green chilies and 1 can of Rotel tomatoes, all of them drained beforehand. Interested in making more party standouts? I just responded to this comment three times myself and for some reason got logged out when I hit publish, so my comment disappeared too - and of course, I didn't copy and save it either time!! Recipes are offered for your own personal use only and while pinning and sharing links is welcomed and encouraged, please do not copy and paste to repost or republish elsewhere such as other Facebook pages, blogs, websites, or forums without explicit prior permission. It makes enough to serve a crowd and takes just a few minutes. If not, are you tempted to make it now? Chop or crumble into small bits. This would be a great summertime dip to have with hamburgers or any other cookout.