Friday, February 22, 2008

Tasty Dip

The Neighbor and I have to go to a meeting next week that is in the evening and since we are OOOHHH SOOOOO important to the committee, we get to bring food.

I am taking the Pioneer Woman’s Best Ever Chocolate Sheet Cake which is almost the same sheet cake I have been making since I first learned to measure flour and sugar with the addition of and extra 1.5 sticks of butter. You should make it some day . It is WONDERFUL.
I suggested to The Neighbor that since I had us covered on sweets- I mean she and I can easily polish off the cake- we might also need something with protein in it. You know, to stay healthy.

So I am using this as a forum to share with her, and you, the best ever dip that I LOVE LOVE LOVE and Slick does not not not like at all. Hence the fact that I am trying to get someone to make it for a meeting where he will not be…

Chicken Enchilada Dip from one of my “little sisters” in college:

3 Chicken breasts boiled with carrots, celery, onion, garlic and 2 bullion cubes; cooled, removed from the bone and cubed small.
(Can substitute 40 oz canned chicken drained and broken up in a pinch, but not near as tasty)
2 cans cheddar cheese or nacho cheese soup
2 8 oz blocks cream cheese
2 cup mayo
1- 2 cups salsa (like Pace or something)
garlic powder and salt

Bring cream cheese to mixing temperature, mix with other ingredients in either a mixer or just with a whisk in a bowl and stir in chicken.

Bake in uncovered 13”x9” dish at 350ยบ for about 25 minutes until bubbly and hot in the middle.

Serve with Tostitos and/or Flour tortillas.

5 comments:

lulu said...

This is a lot of trouble for just a dip...you'd have to REALLY love it...

The Neighbor said...

A couple of things...First - thank you for posting earlier in the day, thanks for mentioning me 2 times now in this near famous blog, and finally, thanks for the recipe - i will be putting that together on Monday.

The Neighbor said...

PS That General's chicken last night made me realize just how much i will not go to Pei Wei again. yum yum yum white meat and all

al said...

Clearly the recipe is not from this "little sister" but I do remember it, and it is very yummy!

Hilldog said...

I have had this and it is worth the trouble!! I do not love mexican food, but this is good!