Original recipe yields 64 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
This is a great recipe! You can also use Mexican style processed cheese loaf and forego the tomatoes and onions, but either way my family loved this recipe. We served with Tostitos.
good dip! pretty easy to make--it all depends on the kind of sausage you use! i recommend using ground chorizo.
Made this for a football play-off party and it was a smash hit! People were just standing at the crockpot scooping away. The host demanded the recipe( and I already had given it to his wife!) On...
the men at parties LOVE this one. I have taken to using spicy turkey sausage, and always add chopped black olives. this is one of those dips you can dump the kitchen sink into, and it just get...
This is delicious! The first time I made it, it was for 6 adults and 5 children, and it was devoured. Makes a lot. Two adults asked for the recipe. It has a little kick to it, but not too mu...
Excellent. Fast. Easy. This was a hit at a dinner party I had...many copies of recipes requested. Followed recipe to a T. Thanks.
This was very easy and good. Great for the game. Read a few reviews and added some additional salsa rather than just chilis.
This makes a huge amount. I don't think my sausage was spicy enough. I had to add a good amount of Tobasco to give this some heat. I didn't notice any benefit to adding the sour cream. I tried i...
I made this for a baby shower exactly as the recipe instructed and it was a hit. Everyone commented on it and wanted the recipe.Will definetly make again.