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Beef Enchilada Dip

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  • 2 pounds ground beef
  • 1/2 onion (medium, diced)
  • 2 cloves garlic (minced)
  • 2 cups enchilada sauce
  • 2 cups jack cheese (grated Monterrey)
  • sour cream (optional)
  • tortilla chips (optional)
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    Calories400Calories from Fat240
    Total Fat27g42%
    Saturated Fat13g65%
    Trans Fat1g
    Calories from Fat240
    Total Carbohydrate8g3%
    Dietary Fiber2g8%
    Vitamin A15%
    Vitamin C4%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Angela 4 months ago
    Given previous reviews, I decided to add a pkg of enchilada seasoning, and I can't imagine what the outcome would be otherwise. Next time I think I'll use taco seasoning just because.
    Confer 6 months ago
    Not a great dip! Used 1 1/2 lbs. of ground beef, should have cut back on the enchilada sauce some. Mixed half of the cheese in the mixture, placed mixture in a baking dish, toped with the remaining cheese, and baked for a bit. Was expecting more flavor, but is kind of flat.
    shauna g. a year ago
    Wonderful! I made homemade sauce.
    McCowan 2 years ago
    Turned out great, and we served with Fritos and that seemed to work better. One tip... homemade enchilada sauce goes a long way!
    Tara Larson Crotty 2 years ago
    Super easy & delicious! We used Frito Scoops... Yum!
    Brad D. 2 years ago
    A little cumin and enchilada seasoning gave it more flavor.
    Dan 2 years ago
    Ok. Used a bit odd garlic salt instead of fresh garlic. Didn't want it to be too strong
    Cheryl B. 2 years ago
    Add some mild green chiles to cooked ground beef, that kicks it up a bit, but doesn't make it too spicy! I agree with another reviewer in it does matter which enchilada sauce you use. Adding cilantro at the end gives it great flavor as well (if you like cilantro). Super easy, good dip!
    Emily Cobble 2 years ago
    House full of toddlers thought it was delish! I read that it was a little bland so I added taco seasoning to the ground beef, it had lots of flavor.
    Esther 3 years ago
    I feel like this recipe was missing something in terms of flavor. I added hot sauce, and it helped but still felt off. I’ll be making this again and tweaking it because it’s a great and super easy base recipe!
    Nikki Be 3 years ago
    it was a little bland but very easy to make
    Christina Ballard 3 years ago
    my son loved it. i will be making this alot more
    Karen Rambow 3 years ago
    It was good, but I think it would have been better with some pepper jack. A wee bit too bland for me.
    Shelly McFerren 3 years ago
    Oh, ma werd! Sooo easy to make and so yumly! I used my electric, 11-inch, Presto skillet. I browned the beef on 350°, then turned of down to 300° for the rest the cooking. After putting the cheese on (and I did use 3 cups instead of 2) I turned it down to beyween Warm and 200°. Big hit w/the whole family! we just ate it right out of the skillet!
    Kyra Akers 3 years ago
    delicious and easy to make! just follow the recipe. great snack for parties!
    Caille 3 years ago
    Very easy and fast to make 👍 I added jalapeno to make it spicy
    Stephanie C. 4 years ago
    Pretty bland IMO, needed some cumin and chili powder. I halved the recipe, so maybe that affected the flavor
    Miriam 4 years ago
    We substituted the ground beef for shredded chicken, and put the sour cream on the side but it still came out delicious (although a bit soupy). We used it as a dip but also put some in soft yellow corn tortillas and ate it like tacos. Would make again.