Dip Ole – add a fiesta to your next meal!
To be honest, I have no idea what ‘enchilada dip’ is. I searched the store for enchilada dip, enchilada sauce, a dry packet of seasoning, anything, and came up with cans of enchilada sauce. I can’t imagine adding an entire 12 oz. can of sauce to the other ingredients. You would have soup.
So I settled on a pouch of guacamole sauce, which had the same ingredients, but less of it. I can hear you say “Guacamole is not enchiladas.” Yes, I know. I’m tweeking it, though not in an R-rated way. I only added three tablespoons of it to the other ingredients.
This recipe makes enough for a party, a large party. So mix all this together and invite some friends over.
It’s time to invite friends over.
My mother and father would invite people over almost weekly. I never appreciated their hospitality for what it was in those days. I was always somewhat introverted. Perhaps the carnival of friends, neighbors, and siblings made me a friendlier person. We lived off the beaten path, you might say. To my friends at church, I lived in “the sticks” and it was too far to drive without making it a ‘plan’. So you see, I could have been a serious introvert and grown into a shy, reclusive adult if my parents had not been so generous with their time and home.
My mom could be fun. I miss how she could laugh at just about anything.
So, enjoy the generous amount of dip this recipe makes.
Add some chips. Make some tacos to go with it. Make it a party!
2 thoughts on “Cooking My Mother’s recipes #11”
I love these pictures, Rebecca! So many remind me of ‘those days’ past. The Becky and Mary Grace days. You stirred up memories! Trust you are enjoying La and family.
❤️ Mary “May God himself, the God who makes everything holy and whole, make you holy and whole, put you together—spirit, soul, and body—and keep you fit for the coming of our Master, Jesus Christ.” 1 Thess. 5:23 MSG
Thank you, Mary. Yes, this is always a trip down memory lane to create these. LA is okay, but I miss dry land sometimes. LOL!