Submitted by Shirlee, SC
Fantastic Jalapeno Pepper Dip is very addictive!
Now, I am the first person to say I don't even like jalapeno peppers!!!
But I love this dip!
I found a version of this recipe, and thought I would try it even though I personally don't like them... but family and friends do!
I tweaked the recipe a bit, and after the first batch, it was a total hit
I used to make it for every party at my work... never being
an option to not bring it!
In medium mixing bowl, mix softened cream cheese, mayonnaise, cheese, garlic powder and pepper.
Blend well, add can of green chilies and jalapenos.
Jalapenos can be adjusted to your taste- less or more.
Spread in 9 or 10 inch pie plate, cover with bread crumbs and bake till
heated through in a 350 degree oven (usually 20-30 minutes).
also microwave this, but you don't get the same texture.
I have also put this in a small "dip" crock pot.
Layer cream cheese mixture and bread crumbs the same way and put on low.
You have to watch it
after it is heated through.
In a crock pot it has a tendency to overcook after a while.
This Fantastic Jalapeno Pepper Dip can be served with white tortilla chips, pretzels or crackers of your choice.
NOTE: This is very good dipped with vegetable sticks or served spooned over a baked white potato or roasted asparagus spears.
Unwrap refrigerated cream cheese and let it come to room temperature.
Place cream cheese and salt in a stand mixing bowl.
Cream cheese and salt on medium speed about 2 minutes until smooth.
Scrape sides and bottom of mixing bowl.
Sprinkle chopped onions, garlic powder, and parsley flakes over cheese.
Fold in ingredients until evenly distributed.
Fold in sour cream until well mixed. scraping bottom and sides of bowl until French Onion And Garlic Dip is very smooth.
Remove dip to an appropriate size serving dish and refrigerate a few hours for dip to chill and flavors to meld.
This French Onion And Garlic Dip can be served as mentioned above.
However, this dip recipe makes the perfect dip for your fresh and crisp potato chips.