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Chip and dip

  • Non Veg
    • 30 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy



    A creamy, delectable addition to the main course which is guaranteed to be a crowd pleasing dish. It is a mixture of cream cheese mixed up with a blend of different peppers such as chipotle, jalapeno and chili powder. The best part is that it has cooked chicken stirred in, making the dip feel even tastier. This will be perfect for a sports fest such as the Super Bowl Sunday.

    Health benefits

    This chips and dip side dish contains protein which is vital for every part of the human body to develop and grow properly. Protein can help to reduce brain fog, improve energy levels and strengthen the bones and muscles.

    Cheese contains important nutrients such as vitamin A, riboflavin zinc and phosphorous all of which play unique roles in the maintenance of the human body. This makes cheese an important way of improving our dental health because it supports the tooth enamel and holds the teeth in place.

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    How to Make Chip and dip

    • Preheat the oven to about 350 degrees.
    • Mix together the cream cheese, sour cream, mayonnaise, canned chipotle pepper and chili powder in a large bowl until the mixture has smoothed out.
    • Stir in chicken, jack cheese blend, green Chiles, green onions, jalapeno peppers, fresh cilantro and cilantro sprig.
    • Lightly grease an 8 inch square baking dish.
    • Apply the cheesy mixture onto the baking dish.
    • Bake the baking dish at 350 degree for 30 minutes or until it starts to appear bubbly.
    • Serve with potato chips and tortilla to enjoy. 


    • The amount of cheese that Americans eat is staggering. In 2011 alone, 10.6 billion pounds of cheese was produced.
    • Cheese is never orange in color because of its unique chemistry.
    • A whopping 4% of cheese ends up being stolen, making it the most stolen food item in the world.
    • Did you know that when cheese is digested, it breaks down into opioid?

    Scientists have actually managed to synthesize cheese from human bacteria which were extracted from toes and belly buttons.

    Sara Miller

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