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This recipe is super yummy! My guests couldn't keep their chips out of it! I used low fat cream cheese and omitted the red onion. Still good! I highly recommend this!
excellent - took to a potluck and everyone loved it (mostly carnivores there) and didn't realize it was vegan!
Very good and easy. Had it for several days - over tortilla, then over shredded chicken. Would definitely cook again!
I LOVE this queso dip. My 5 vegan children adore it also, as well as adults I've served it to! It's simple to make, and smells and tastes divine. No need for any additions or changes - it's PERFECT the way it is. Thank you, Carol, for posting this recipe!
This ROCKS!!! I could not wait on a crok pot, so I sauted the red onion in a dab of olive oil, then threw everything else in. Let the cheese melt and WOW! I can see a ton of different items you could add to this. I put cilantro on the top for presentation. Next time I might add fresh, chopped tomatoes to the end. I will have to have this at least once a month.
This was so wonderful. It is a great fast weeknight dinner. My meat eating husband had two large helpings and the kids loved it. This will be a staple in my home!!!!! Thank you so much.
1 ADDITION USED: a few cups of dry TVP or soy protien mince - doesn't change taste just mades it thicker and better for a full meal. this was my very first time making chili (it's not huge in OZ). It was soooo easy and very good. I found that it is even better the next day. I used Stagg 4 bean vegetable chili and served it over over baked chips. The second time I made it I added an extra tin of red kindney beans and a small tin of corn. This wasn't to improve the flavor but b/c the Stagg chili had only maybe 16% beans and I wanted to pump up the goodness and protien power. Just great recipe.