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Old 11-08-2012, 06:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Best tailgate recipe EVER?!?

Looking for something I can serve cold, not taking grill

Thinking Mexican dip...or something else perhaps

SO...Tell me something you have tried before that knocked
your socks off...something so good you had to get the recipe immediately

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Buffalo Chicken dip.
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I make a really good 6 layer mexican dip that everyone who has tried loves it!

Ingredients in order from the 1st layer up place these in order in serving tray or glass sqaure pan etc. Obviously you want the heaviest substance on the bottom for everything to take form!

refried beans
sour cream + cream cheese + taco seasoning (mix together)
guacamoli
salsa
shredded cheese
black olives

let sit in fridge overnight covered
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Buffalo Chicken dip.
Awesome, recipe?

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I make a really good 6 layer mexican dip that everyone who has tried loves it!

Ingredients in order from the 1st layer up place these in order in serving tray or glass sqaure pan etc. Obviously you want the heaviest substance on the bottom for everything to take form!

refried beans
sour cream + cream cheese + taco seasoning (mix together)
guacamoli
salsa
shredded cheese
black olives

let sit in fridge overnight covered
I might make it tonight to test drive it before game day

Sounds really good

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Old 11-08-2012, 07:11 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Buffalo Chicken dip.
Beat me to it. Very tasty.
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Beat me to it. Very tasty.
Would this be good cold? Seems like it would have to be served hot?

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Old 11-08-2012, 09:30 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Here is a cold/room temperature thing that I make that people absolutely love and request all the time.

Make/buy pizza dough, roll out in a rectangle. Brush with olive oil and season with herbs/seasonings to yoru liking. Cover with salami, cover that with peperoni, cover that with provologne, cover that with sauteed onions and peppers. Roll up and tuck in all seams. Bake in the oven at 375 until you can knock on the top with your hand without it feeling soft. Cut into one inch thick slices and enjoy.
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Its fine cold as well...but you need scoops chips or else they break.

One can of Chicken
One bar of cream cheese
And Franks red hot to taste.

Just heat it up in the microwave and mix it up. Then your good to go.
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I like good ol Kielbasi and sauerkraut on a hoagie with hot mustard!
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Beer
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I like good ol Kielbasi and sauerkraut on a hoagie with hot mustard!
Now we're getting somewhere.

If you got enough people, get a 5 gallon pail full of pickled pig's feet. That's good eatin'.
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I make a really good 6 layer mexican dip that everyone who has tried loves it!

Ingredients in order from the 1st layer up place these in order in serving tray or glass sqaure pan etc. Obviously you want the heaviest substance on the bottom for everything to take form!

refried beans
sour cream + cream cheese + taco seasoning (mix together)
guacamoli
salsa
shredded cheese
black olives

let sit in fridge overnight covered
This is some good stuff
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Its fine cold as well...but you need scoops chips or else they break.

One can of Chicken
One bar of cream cheese
And Franks red hot to taste.

Just heat it up in the microwave and mix it up. Then your good to go.
It is fine to serve cold. I prefer to use half cream cheese half bleu cheese, then top it off with shredded cheddar.
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Ham roll ups.

Ham (Deli style, thick cut)
Cream Cheese
Pickles (spear cut) or Green Onion

Spread out a slice of ham and spread a generous amount of cream cheese on the ham. Place a pickle spear or green onion on one side of the ham and then roll it up as tightly as you can. Slice it up and repeat to make as many as needed.

I prefer to use pickle spears but a lot of my friends prefer the green onion. I usually make both and they are always one of the first items gone at parties.
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Ham roll ups.

Ham (Deli style, thick cut)
Cream Cheese
Pickles (spear cut) or Green Onion

Spread out a slice of ham and spread a generous amount of cream cheese on the ham. Place a pickle spear or green onion on one side of the ham and then roll it up as tightly as you can. Slice it up and repeat to make as many as needed.

I prefer to use pickle spears but a lot of my friends prefer the green onion. I usually make both and they are always one of the first items gone at parties.
I have had those, they are really good, almost addicting...love cream cheese myself

Been trying to remember a dip from years ago

I remember it had refried beans, velveeta cheese and cream cheese lol, not sure what else, but man was it ever good...seems like i am missing something, did not have any ground beef or anything
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I have had those, they are really good, almost addicting...love cream cheese myself

Been trying to remember a dip from years ago

I remember it had refried beans, velveeta cheese and cream cheese lol, not sure what else, but man was it ever good...seems like i am missing something, did not have any ground beef or anything
Do the rollups but make it with different meats such as corned beef and roast beef, or any cured ham. Girlfriends uncle has been known to make them also with diced olives mixed with the cream cheese or even blue cheese, simple and stupid delicious
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I have had those, they are really good, almost addicting...love cream cheese myself

Been trying to remember a dip from years ago

I remember it had refried beans, velveeta cheese and cream cheese lol, not sure what else, but man was it ever good...seems like i am missing something, did not have any ground beef or anything
Make something similar to that. Call it Diaper Dip.

1 Box of Cream Cheese
1 Can of Rotel
1 Tube of Sausage
1 Bag of Fritos

Brown the sausage and drain the grease. Add Cream Cheese, Rotel, and Sausage in a bowl and put it in the microwave for about 1 minute or so.

Scoop with Fritos. It looks disgusting but is awesome.
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our dip is a crock pot taco dip

1 lb beef
1 lb sage sausage
2 jars pace picante (i do 1 mild and 1 medium )
1 can refried beans
1 lb block of velveeta

cook up the meats then throw in the crock pot...have made this many years for tailgates in blacksburg
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our dip is a crock pot taco dip

1 lb beef
1 lb sage sausage
2 jars pace picante (i do 1 mild and 1 medium )
1 can refried beans
1 lb block of velveeta

cook up the meats then throw in the crock pot...have made this many years for tailgates in blacksburg
thanks will definitely give it a shot for the clemson/usc game this month...
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