How to Make the Dip


Introduction: How to Make the Dip

This is the best dip ever. My family has been making it for years..

What you need:

Cottage cheese
Taco sauce
Shredded cheddar

Step 1: Chop Up Some Lettuce

Make sure it is chopped fine enough. The smaller the pieces the better.

Step 2: Spread Cottage Cheese

Plop down some cheese on a plate and spread it into a layer. It should be about one curd thick.

Step 3: Spread Taco Sauce

Swirl the taco sauce on the cheese. Then spread it smooth with a spoon.

Step 4: Scatter Lettuce

Get a good even layer here. Remember the importance of small pieces. Make any adjustments now.

Step 5: Add Cheese

Sprinkle a very liberal amount of cheese on the lettuce. Not much lettuce should be showing after this.

Step 6: Serving

Eat with corn chips (instructable on that soon).

Though it is vegetarian, it is still damn good.

Go ahead and finish with hot sauce, onions, tomatoes, guacamole, chilies, jalapenos, etc. Or eat it plain.
It does not keep well, and should be eaten immediately.

Sorry for the shit pictures.



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    Finally! A use for that brown lettuce you would normally throw out.

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    Actually, fresh lettuce is best, as it is crispier.

    I just don't agree on the lettuce. We use cream cheese, then salsa, then cheese. Then you stick it in the microwave 'till the cheese melts. Its all warm, and it sounds distgusing, but it aint.

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    This is meant to be served cool. The lettuce provides a nice "crispy fresh" note.

    What do you mean I'm back?

    I also want to add that your first keyword is quite true :-P

    No gaucamole... Definitely can't be the best dip ever.

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    right on man plus I suppose some halopenos (sp) or chiles would make it The Super Ultimate Mega Awsome Dip

    I'll have to try this out...