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What kind of dip do you like with chips?




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      Linda L wrote Jun 6, 2014
    • Just got home from Trader Joe’s one of my favorite stores. I’m snacking on corn dippers w/ spinach & artichoke dip (frozen to serve warm). Yummo and gotta control myself to not eat too much.




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      Tuliplady wrote Jun 6, 2014
    • It depends on the kind of chip.  I’m not a big dip person.  I used to make one for catering jobs that was a grilled corn thing.  It was very good.




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      Diane17 wrote Jun 6, 2014
    • That cheesy dip that Doritos makes.  I think it’s queso dip.  Salsa is good too.




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      Marya1961 wrote Jun 7, 2014
    • Oh I could go for anything salty right now, but with the inflammation, no go for me...but I do love hummus with pita chips...need to find a no salt dip and no salt chip.happy




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      Frannie1964 wrote Jun 7, 2014
    • Onion dip or cheese dip, bean dip...I could go on...lol




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      Happylife wrote Jan 14, 2016
    • Tortilla chips with homemade salsa. So easy to make and you control the ingredients. My favorite right now... get the blender out, chop up 3 large ripe tomatoes (vine-ripe are delicious), half a bunch of cilantro, quarter of a sweet onion. Add to blender, sprinkle in about a teaspoon of seasoned salt and half teaspoon of garlic salt. Add a squeezed lime’s worth of juice. Add 3-8 SLICES of pickled jalapenos, more or less depending on how hot you like it. Blend on medium for about 30 seconds. If you like a little chunky-ness, throw in another half chopped tomato and small handful of  chopped cilantro. Blend for 5 seconds. Modify to your liking! estatic




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