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Skillet Chili Cheese Dip


Game day is all about the chips and dip in our house. It’s so nice to have a big basket of chips with a an assortment of different dips on the coffee table as we watch football. And with Super Bowl Sunday right around the corner, I’ve been trying out some new twists on our old favorites, like this easy skillet chili cheese dip.

This meaty chili cheese dip is made in a snap. You just brown some hamburger meat, onion, celery and bell peppers just like you would to start a pot of chili. Then add some chili beans, spices and the cheese. Then instead of adding tomatoes and beef stock, you add a can of Progresso’s Recipe Starters Creamy Three Cheese cooking sauce.


This three cheese cooking sauce is packed full of cheesy goodness. When you first add the sauce to your skillet, everything will be pretty thin, but just continue to cook it over medium heat until it’s the consistency you like. We prefer a really thick dip, so I made our dip extra thick by letting it cook away in the skillet. After it’s done, I garnish with fresh chopped green onion, cilantro and shredded cheese and serve with warm tortilla chips.

You can find out more about Progresso’s Recipe Starters cooking sauces here.


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This recipe sponsored by Progresso. All opinions 100% mine.

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