|Amish Garden Dill Dip
If you love dill, this one's for you. Sauté dry mix with olive oil, baste fish or chicken and broil. This idea is also great over plain pasta or rice.
Brother Sarducci's Spaghetti Seasoning
Cooked according to package directions, a customer related that her husband claims it makes the most authentic Italian sauce he has ever tasted, second only to his dear Italian mother's sauce!! For a different taste experience, drizzle butter or olive oil over plain pasta, followed by a good sprinkling of dry mix over the pasta, toss.
Charlie Bigelow's Spinach Dip
Our top selling mild dip, serve with chips, crackers or even celery. Dry mix cooked into mashed potatoes means you won't need gravy. For your own special taste add to homemade soups (what a way to get the kids to eat their spinach)!
Doc Moore's Mulling Spice Elixir
This sweet spicy flavor is great on a cold winter's night or for the holidays. Mix with hot apple cider or serve ice cold mixed with pink lemonade for a special summer treat. Create a sweet dip (mix with cream cheese and form into a ball) and serve with tart apple slices and/or animal crackers. Kids love them this way! Also adds a special touch when a little dry mix is mixed with egg white and painted on top of your favorite apple pie prior to baking.
Dr. Kilmer's Cajun Swamp Root Dip
Makes our friends proud since it gets its heat from cayenne pepper. For a gourmet appetizer, try 'Texas Bullets'; mix well: 8 oz. softened cream cheese, 1/2 package 'Dr. Kilmer's Cajun Swamp Root Dip' and 5 ounces chopped dried beef. Chill at least one hour, shape into small 1/2 inch bullets, roll in chopped beef and refrigerate. Serve on toothpicks (can be dipped into our Cibolo Creek Cilantro Salsa or a sauce made with ketchup and worcestershire sauce.)
Spice up a red bean and rice dish, a pot of pinto beans or use 1/4 package of dip to enhance your favorite beef stew.
Dr. Tate's Habanero Dip (XXX Hot)
For those of you who honestly love to be burned, this is it, especially if it's made ahead of the party. For a milder taste use half as much as directed. Add to your favorite cornbread mix along with a can of drained corn for an 'out of this world' mexican cornbread. Also makes a delicious spanish rice or mix with pimento cheese from the deli, let sit over night and enjoy...
Hamlin's Wizard Oil Jalapeno Dip
Yes, this is for people who like to turn up the heat. Make a great '5 Layer Dip'; layer into bowl the following: 1.) one can bean dip 2.) two large avocados, mashed 3.) sprinkled with lemon 4.) combine 3 Tbsp. mayonnaise, 3 Tbsp. sour cream and 1/2 package 'Hamlin's Wizard Oil Jalapeno Dip' and spread over avocado 5.) combine two chopped tomatoes with one can sliced black olives and spread on top.
Karankawa Country Shrimp Dip
No shrimp in the mix but truly terrific, mild with a good mellow taste. Mix dip as directed and add one small can of shrimp or crab. Also makes a great replacement for tarter sauce for you fried catfish fanciers.
Lydia Pinkham's Onion and Garlic Dip
Not hot, just a good ol' crunchy onion and garlic flavor. Create a prize winning meat loaf using this blend in place of recommended spices or mix into hamburger patties before grilling.
Old Choctaw Chili Mix
Just the right amount of heat. Our customers love it for their chili cookoffs. Use less, if you prefer a milder chili. For a chili sloppy-joe burger: brown 1 pound ground beef, drain, add 1 small can tomato sauce, 1/2 cup water, and 1/2 package Old Choctaw Chili Mix, simmer to thicken. Serve on hamburger buns, topped with your favorite cheese.
Señora Florencia's Chipotle Dip
Uniquely Texas and intensely flavorful, our new chipotle dip makes an excellent addition to your favorite chile con queso recipe using diced tomatoes in place of tomatoes with green chilies. Use in place of the spices in your favorite recipe for taco or tortilla soup. Watch out for the surprising kick!