Mexicorn Dip

2 (11-ounce) cans Mexicorn
1 (11-ounce) can white corn
1 (4-ounce) can chopped green chilies
1 cup grated sharp Cheddar cheese
1/2 cup sour cream
1/4 cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon Cajun seasoning (or to taste)
1 teaspoon garlic salt (or to taste)

Drain all 3 cans of corn and green chilies in a strainer. In a large bowl or your serving dish, mix drained ingredients with remaining ingredients. Chill 1 hour or overnight. Serve with big corn chips or tortilla chips for dipping.

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Mexicorn Dip Recipe From:
Tennessee Hometown Cookbook Southern Recipes

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Mexicorn Dip - Looking at its Different Types

If you are not familiar with Mexicorn dip recipes, perhaps you might want to start with a simple Mexicorn dip recipe first. You can actually find varieties of Mexicorn dip recipes from refrigerated, lukewarm to steaming hot Mexicorn dip that can make you feel hungry almost instantly. There are also some basic Mexicorn-dip recipes such as Mexicorn dip with rotel and Mexicorn dip with cream cheese. These Mexican dips can be served with chips, and they are perfect for tea time or can be simply eaten as snacks. Homemade Mexican dip versions are delicious, and you can even use them as appetizers in a gathering or a party.

Some of the popular Mexicorn dip recipes

There are a number of Mexicorn dip recipes available to choose from. The Mexicorn dip with sour cream is quite famous in Mexico, and this Mexicorn dip is regularly served as a dipping sauce, but Mexicorn dip can also be inserted into salad as salad dressing. Mexicorn dip with Fritos is also highly popular, and the ingredients for this Mexicorn dip include a can of Frito brand bean dip, avocadoes and a can of mexi corn dip. The use of Mexicorn dip is not only limited to chips and salad dressings, but Mexicorn dip can also be used as a sandwich spread.

How to serve your Mexicorn dip?

Mexicorn dip can be served in varieties of ways. You can serve Mexicorn dip and chips in a nice bowl. If you are serving Mexican layer dip, this kind of Mexicorn dip is best served in a glass dish. You want people to notice that there are several layers of the Mexicorn dip, so that’s why you are serving the Mexicorn dip in a transparent bowl. Layered Mexicorn dip is quite popular among the Mexican people. The best Mexicorn dip recipe includes tomatoes, beans, corns, onions, cheeses and sour creams as the different layers of ingredients for the best Mexicorn dip.

The best ways to prepare Mexicorn dip of your choice

If you are planning to prepare hot Mexicorn dip, then the best way to prepare the Mexicorn dip is by using a slow cooker. This is because the slow cooker retains heat effectively, so your Mexicorn dip stays hot for a long time. Also, you can decorate Mexicorn dip with fresh parsley and cilantro. If you like, Mexicorn dip for Fritos chips can be garnished with grated cheddar cheese.

All in all, Mexicorn dip can be found in lots of varieties, and these Mexican dips make the most delicious appetizers. It doesn’t matter if you want to prepare a cold, warm or hot Mexicorn dip as mexi corn dip recipes are available here.

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