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Southwest Dipping Sauce

USMCWIFE03

"Very tasty and zesty Southwest style dipping sauce for veggies, chips, or onion rings."
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Ingredients

20 m servings 108 cals
Original recipe yields 8 servings

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Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 108 calories; 11.7 g fat; 1.1 g carbohydrates; 0.3 g protein; 7 mg cholesterol; 167 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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All I added was some garlic powder and a few dashed of Frank's Red Hot and this was perfect for "Blooming Onion" from this site.

Most helpful critical review

the straight horseraddish is far better than the sauce

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All I added was some garlic powder and a few dashed of Frank's Red Hot and this was perfect for "Blooming Onion" from this site.

this is so simple and delicious.. a few people asked for the recipe and were shocked to know how simple it was. i put in a shallow dish and chopped up some fresh tomatoes from the garden and pl...

Hubby is a "dipaholic" Loves all kinds of dips and really enjoyed this one. Especially for onion rings.

Have used this so many times and haven't gotten the chance to post a review. I love this stuff. I use it for roast beef sandwiches and potato cakes. Delicious. One of my favorite sauces from...

I doubled the recipe and added just a bit more cayenne - this was AMAZING - I made it to dip artichokes in - We are professional "dippers" and this was the best!

It's great- it tastes just like Bloomin Onion sauce. Awesome with fried shrimp and really just about anything else fried! Super easy too! Thanks for sharing.

I didn't have any ketchup, so I used bbq sauce instead, but I loved it. Served it with chicken and it was a hit.

the straight horseraddish is far better than the sauce

Super easy, had all of the ingredients on hand, and it was very tasty! I used it with zucchini cakes (from this site)--delicious!!! Thanks for sharing the recipe!