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Super Bowl Fiesta Dip with Amanda's Cookin'

Fiesta DipMy friend Amanda is the voice behind the delicious blog Amanda’s Cookin‘. I love stopping by every day to see what amazing recipe she’s created for her and her family to enjoy. Today she is generously sharing her recipe for a great Fiesta Dip, a Super Bowl snack that is guaranteed to be the hit of any Super Bowl party!

If you’re hosting a Super Bowl party, you’ll need snacks that feed the heartiest of appetites. Tortilla chips and salsa are great on their own, but why not jazz it up a bit and add in a few more ingredients that all of your guests will love! This dip is not only full of flavor and topped with gooey melted cheese, it’s also served warm and will satisfy those hearty appetites you’ve invited into your home.

Dip

The beauty of this hot fiesta dip is that there are only a few ingredients and it comes together in just minutes. Wait until most of your guests have arrived, then pop the corn in the microwave. By the time the corn is ready you will have combined the salsa and refried beans. Topping with cheese will give you that gooey factor while the onions add color and flavor.

This hot fiesta dip is a great alternative to salsa and chips. Your party guests will thank you. Be prepared to pass out the recipe! For a great homemade salsa recipe from Amanda, check out this!

Hot Fiesta Dip

1 10-oz pkg frozen whole kernel corn
1 1/2 cup salsa
3/4 cup shredded Mexican blend cheese
1/2 can (about 7 ounces) refried beans
2 tablespoons chopped green onions

Microwave frozen corn according to package directions, drain.

In
a 9-inch pie plate, combine salsa and refried beans, stir until well
combined. Stir in corn. Cover with plastic wrap and vent, then
microwave on high for 2 minutes.

Remove
plastic wrap and immediately sprinkle with shredded cheese, let stand
for five minutes or until cheese melts. Top with green onions and serve
with tortilla chips.

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