What’s your favorite go-to recipe for a party appetizer? I bet it’s something really easy, fast, and absolutely amazing. This recipe for Copycat Creamland Green Chile Dip is certainly one of those recipes. I’ve been to quite a few gatherings here in New Mexico that have featured tubs of Green Chile Dip paired with ridged potato chips, and the whole crowd is literally gathered around chowing down this dip until it’s gone!
The first time I tried it I was hooked too. I knew I’d have to create a copycat recipe at home to share with my readers who love this dip but live out of state and can’t purchase it. I snapped a pic of the ingredients on the back and created a Copycat Creamland Green Chile Dip you can make at home! This recipe is as close as you’ll come to the real deal, people. Thankfully, Hatch Green Chile can be purchased online and shipped all throughout the US!
How to make Copycat Creamland Green Chile Dip.
This recipe is crazy simple. Mix sour cream, cream cheese, chopped roasted green chile, diced jalapeno, powdered onion, garlic, and some salt together and let it chill for an hour or so in the fridge to let the flavors mingle. Better yet, use a stand mixer to mix it all together and make it the day before and chill it overnight.
I hope you find this recipe helpful and the hit of every party. It’s nice because it makes four times as much as a regular commercially made tub of dip. The best part? You get to decide how much green chile and jalapeno go in and how hot you want it!
Did you know I have a full-color cookbook with lots more easy and delicious New Mexican recipes? You can learn more about it here!Print