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Using a lot of oil in cooking causes unbalanced nutrition, various illnesses and even premature death due to coronary heart disease.
Results 61 - 70 of 73 for nacho salsa dip
Brown ground beef and drain; stir in salsa. Transfer to ... melted and mixture is evenly heated). Sprinkle with lettuce/tomato and serve with nacho chips.
Make in 9 ... drain. Bake at 350 degrees until melted (about 20 minutes). May make up early in day and refrigerate until ready to bake. Serve with Nachos.
Cream together cream ... inch pan. Next layer spread salsa, the peppers, scallions, tomatoes and olives. Top with shredded cheese. Serve with nacho chips.
Spray casserole dish ... Then spread the salsa. Sprinkle the ... for 20 minutes. When you see the cheese melting stir the mixture. Serve with nacho chips.
In skillet brown ground beef. Drain well (for less fat rinse well with hot water.) Set aside. In large saucepan or crock pot, combine all ...
Spread sour cream ... cooled, then pour salsa over lettuce. Serve ... to layer are: sliced olives, diced green chilies, diced jalapenos, onion, guacamole.
Brown hamburger and sausage, then combine everything in crock pot and simmer.
Cut cheese in ... meat and put half on top of each tin of melted cheese. On top of this, put half of the jar of salsa on each. Mix and serve with chips.
Pour all ingredients into a slow cooker. Mix well. Heat on low for 2 hours. Serve hot with white corn chips. Makes large batch.
Spread cream cheese ... on top. Spread salsa on top and sprinkle with cheese. Put in microwave on high for 8 minutes. Let cool a few minutes and dip chips in.
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