Sunday, January 26, 2014

“A Hot Mess” Super Bowl Dip

Hot Mess Dip 3

This is what I am planning to make for Super Bowl this coming week.  It’s never too late to start putting together your game plan for what you want to serve on Super Bowl Sunday!

I have no stakes in the game this year.   How about you? 

I’m just there for the commercials and of course the food.

Hot Mess Dip 1

I haven’t made this recipe yet…so please excuse the camera phone pictures.  In my daily cheese travels I sometimes run into different  food reps who do food demos and give out samples.  One of my favorite reps from Boar’s Head was in one of my stores this past week and she was giving out samples of her “A Hot Mess” Superbowl dip.  Is that a great name or what?!

And she was kind enough to share the recipe.  So here it is.  Thank you Janet!

A Hot Mess Super Bowl Dip

Ingredients: 

1/2 pound (8oz) Boar’s Head 3-Pepper Colby Jack Cheese

1/2 pound of Boar’s Head Jerk Turkey deli meat (buy a chunk and then dice it very small…leftover chicken would work too)

1 can sweet corn, drained

1 can black beans, rinsed and drained

1 package of Uncle Ben’s brown rice  (my guess is approximately 2 cups if you use regular brown rice and not the Ready Quick)

1 jar Pineapple Habanero Salsa ( I found mine at Harris Teeter…it was their store brand)

1 bag Tostitos Scoops

1 8oz sour cream for garnish if desired.

Dice the 3-pepper cheese and the Jerk Turkey into very small pieces.

Prepare the rice according to the package directions. 

In a large bowl, mix your 3  Pepper Colby Jack ,  Jerk Turkey, sweet corn, black beans, rice, and the Habanero Salsa. 

Hot Mess Dip 2     Hot Mess Dip 4

Place the mixed ingredients into the Tostito Scoops.  Top with a dollop of sour cream.  (Or you can do what I saw Janet do…she place the sour cream in a ziplock sandwich bag…snipped or a corner and use that bag to pipe sour cream on each of the Scoops with dip.)Enjoy! 

Who’s your pick for the Super Bowl this year?  I guess if I had to pick I would go Seattle.  The quarterback there had a great run at North Carolina State before he played for Wisconsin.  And since I am from Michigan and Wisconsin is in the Midwest I feel more tied to the Seahawks than I do to Peyton Mannings Broncos.  So there you have my Super Bowl rationale.  : )

Like I said, I’m just there for the commercials and the food. Winking smile

5 comments:

Ti said...

I watch for the commercials and food as well.

I am still asked if I want to translate your blog into Romanian when I come here, but if I say no, then I can comment on your blog. If I say yet, it takes me to a Romanian blog. So strange!

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

I love all the commercials!

I make a similar dip, it's called "Tex Mex" and everyone loves it!

I had the translate option pop up too . . .

Go Seattle! Now that the Patriots are out :(

Have a great week and enjoy the game!

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Stacey said...

Lisa, I wanted to let you know that the last few times I've tried to comment on your blog a pop up window appears and leads to an ad. Then I can't comment. Wish I could tell you how to fix that but I have no clue...looks like you've been highjacked somehow.

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Stacey said...

Lisa, I wanted to let you know that the last few times I've tried to comment on your blog a pop up window appears and leads to an ad. Then I can't comment. Wish I could tell you how to fix that but I have no clue...looks like you've been highjacked somehow.

Your quilt you made for your son is wonderful. Bet he loves it!