Fiesta Salsas and Dips
Recipe: Cast-Iron Salsa
Turn your skillet into a Mexican comal, aka griddle, by slowly charring onions, garlic, and peppers in a dry skillet. We like to use this traditional dry char technique because it coaxes sweet, earthy flavors from the vegetables and gives them just a hint of smokiness.
Spicy Queso Dip
Recipe: Spicy Queso Dip
We love the spiciness of this queso, but if you like a milder dip, prepare it with a regular pasteurized cheese product.
Chipotle Sour Cream
Recipe: Chipotle Sour Cream
This sour cream won't cut through the spice! Seasoned with chipotle peppers, this recipe will give your Mexican recipes just enough kick.
Mole Barbecue Sauce
Recipe: Mole Barbecue Sauce
Mole Barbecue Sauce is the perfect accompaniment to any Mexican dish. Top on your favorite tostadas, enchiladas, or tacos for a delicious meal.
Layered Bean Dip
Recipe: Layered Lima Bean Dip
A hearty serving of Layered Lima Bean Dip clocks in at only 172 calories. Top lightly with shredded cheese and bacon. You’ll be surprised at how fast it will disappear.
Recipe: Dressed-up Salsa
Save time by picking up gourmet salsa in a jar and adding a couple quick ingredients for fresh, homemade taste.
Recipe: Fresh Salsa
Serve this delicious salsa with chips to munch on before—and during—the main meal.
Colby-Pepper Jack Cheese Dip
Recipe: Colby-Pepper Jack Cheese Dip
Spice things up with Colby-Pepper Jack Cheese Dip, a twist on creamy chicken enchiladas. You can make ahead and keep warm in a fondue pot or mini slow cooker the day of your party.
Layered Spicy Black Bean Dip
Recipe: Layered Spicy Black Bean Dip
Make this spicy Mexican dip your go-to dip for tailgate parties. Just layer cream cheese, black bean dip and shredded cheese and top with your choice of onions, olives, and tomatoes.
Recipe: Fiesta Dip
This zesty dip proves you can stay on your diet and still enjoy the party. Blend seven ingredients in a food processor (or blender), chill for one hour, and you’ve got a cool creamy party dip. Serve with zucchini and squash slices.
Recipe: Bacon-and-Greens Salsa
This classic salsa gets a decidedly Southern spin by adding bacon and greens. We loved it over cream cheese (a great idea for leftovers). You can prepare the recipe up to a day ahead―just reheat before serving.
Red Pepper-Black-eyed Pea Salsa
Recipe: Red Pepper-Black-eyed Pea Salsa
Red Pepper-Black-eyed Pea Salsa is terrific with your favorite tortilla chips. It’s also a tasty, good-for-you topping to spoon over grilled chicken or fish.
Recipe: Chile-Cheese Spread
Make this zesty starter up to three days ahead. Leftovers are great for making sandwiches.
Southwest White Bean Spread
Recipe: Southwest White Bean Spread
Southwest White Bean Spread uses a can of great Northern beans for its extra creamy texture. For a healthy option try this dip with seasoned baked pita chips, sliced cucumbers, and olives.
Dixie Caviar Cups
Recipe: Dixie Caviar Cups
For a more casual presentation, place black-eyed pea mixture in a bowl, garnish with sour cream, and serve with scoop-style tortilla chips.
Spicy White Cheese Dip
Recipe: Spicy White Cheese Dip
This made-from-scratch dip gets its kick from canned diced tomatoes and green chiles.
Recipe: Tennessee Caviar
Instead of fish eggs, this Southern version of caviar features down-home veggies. Make it a day ahead for the best flavor.