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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!) Only comment was maybe use more sausage next time to give it a heartier texture. Also I used a 14.5 oz. can of tomatoes w/chilies in lieu of the 10 oz.
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 gets better. recipe makes a lot - and that's good because they will EAT IT! (I use frito's to dip but good with tortilla chips too)
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 much for kids. Even leftover dip reheated well and tasted great the next day. Wonderful!!
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 it with and without and there was no difference to me. I think I will just stick with the cheese and a can of chili like I have always done. The extra ingredients were no big deal to me.