Dips for a party. All and any welcome.?!

Question: Dips for a party!. All and any welcome!.!?
It's my 2yr old party next week!. And I will be entertaining all the adults!.
I am looking for good easy fast dips about 4-5

There well be about15 people there!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

I like these:

Hummus (buy it from the store - Trader Joe's is good!) and serve with Pita chips

Guacamole - Mash together avocados, minced garlic, lemon juice and salt (you could add chopped tomatoes, jalapenos if you want)

Artichoke dip - buy canned artichokes - there is a good recipe on the can - it uses mayo, parmesan cheese, and artichokes, and I add mozzerella and it is so easy and delicious!

Have a fun party!Www@FoodAQ@Com

Home made dips you can make in advance (the day before and keep them in the fridge) and are very simple:
Olive Tapperne:
250 g of black olive without peps
1 red hot chili diced (you can take out the seeds to not make it too hot)
1/4 of red onion chopped
Mixed all in the food processor (don't add any oil or other liquid)

Pesto dip:
01 jar of 350 g of natural basil pesto
01 jar of light thickened cream (about 250 g)
Mixed them well together!. To get them mix well you can put them in pan and simmer for 1 minute!. Let it cool down and refrigerate!.

Capcisum dip:
3 boiled egg yolks
250 gr of fetta cheese
Olive oil
Evaporate milk
red chili

Put in the food processor the egg yolks, a bit of olive oil and the chili diced!. Mixed it!. Add a bit more of oil and begin adding the fetta cheese in dices!. Let them mix well, add a dash of evaporate milk, and continue adding the cheese, not all together but two to three pieces at a time!. If it get a bit dry add more evaporate milk, to thickened it began adding oil very carefully until you get a creamy and thick consistency!.


I box Velveeta, chunked
1 jar medium salsa
Put in a crock pot on low and let melt for about an hour and a half!.
Stir stir stir!.
Serve with tortilla chips!.

Spinach dip (Hot)
1 box frozen spinach, thawed and squeezed of water
2 packages cream cheese--softenened
1 tsp!. sugar
1 cup heavy cream
Heat on medium heat until everything starts to melt together, stirring often!. Heat until it starts to bubble!.
Serve with tortilla chips or crustinis

Blackbean Dip

Food processor needed:
1 can black beans, drained rinsed
1/4 cup salsa
1 tsp!. salt
1/2 tsp!. cayenne
1/2 tsp!. cumin
1 T canola oil
2 T chopped garlic
squeeze of a lime

Blend on high until smooth!.
Put a dollop of sour cream on top and sprigs of cilantro!. Cheese if you'd like!.


1 small can of chopped olives
1 small can chopped green chiles
1 large tomatoe chopped
1 bunch green onions chopped (mostly the green part)
mix together with olive oil, salt pepper & garlic to taste
excellent with tortilla chips

Home made salsa
1 large can diced tomatoes
1 bunch cilantro stems
1-2 habenaros
mix in blender with salt & pepper to taste!.

layer dip
9x12 pan layer
1 large can refried beans
1 16oz sour cream
mexican cheese
diced tomatoes
you can mix taco seasoning with the sour cream for added flavor!.

dill dip 1 c!. sour cream, 1 cup mayo, 2T!.dill weed, 1Tgarlic powder 1Tonion powder mix, serve with veggies!. chili dip- velveeta cheese or taco cheese mix with hormel chili no beans heat and serve warm with taco chips!.reuben dip 3oz cream cheese 1/4c!. sour cream 1/2 c!. grated swiss cheese 4oz finely chopped corn beef 1/4 c!. saur kraut chopped and drained heat til warm mix in a bit of 1000 island dressing serve with rye breadWww@FoodAQ@Com

what about a 7 layer been dip!? Usually consists of ground beef, refried beans, sour cream, guac, green onions, cheese, tomatoes!.!.!.Wow! that just got kind of expensive huh!:)Www@FoodAQ@Com

You could do something as simple as hummus with pita and veggies sticks as one!. That is always really good and easy to make!.


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