Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Spicy Artichoke Spinach Dips are Here!

Artichoke Spinach Con Queso
A mainstay at parties and on the appetizers list at many sports bars and American restaurants, artichoke spinach dip is one of those comforting, irresistible snacks that you just can't get enough of, whether you're dipping chips, pita wedges or raw veggies. If you're one of those people who's hooked on spinach artichoke dip but don't have the time or inclination to make it at home, you're in luck: We now have two new zesty varieties available at the Carolina Sauce Company online store!

Fiesta Artichoke Spinach Con Queso Dip is a sassy, southwestern take on the classic sour cream and cheese spinach artichoke dip, with just enough jalapeno peppers and a dash of hot sauce to jazz up your taste buds and cure the appetizer blues. Made with real cream cheese, you can serve this baby straight from the jar or warmed up in a microwave-safe bowl and your friends will believe you if you fib and claim you made this dip from scratch--just remember to hide the empty jar.  More than just a cheesy, creamy dip, Fiesta Spinach Artichoke Con Queso Dip does double-duty in sandwiches and wraps, too. Heck, spoon some on a grilled hamburger or portobello cap for an innovative, gourmet change of pace! Although it comes in a generous 15.5 oz jar, this spicy artichoke spinach dip disappears quickly so make sure to stock up to avoid running out of it while your party is going strong.

Artichoke Spinach Fiesta Dip
For the more adventurous--or those who prefer a healthier, non-dairy dip or appetizer--we've added Fiesta Spicy Artichoke Spinach Party Dip, which is similar to a tomato and pepper salsa but with tangy artichokes and tender cooked spinach mixed in. Sure, it may sound strange, but trust me on this one: This feisty fusion dip will rock your taste buds and have you coming back for more. Moderately spicy with jalapenos and hot sauce, it won't burn out your mouth. In addition to serving as a dip for chips, vegetables and anything else dippable, you can also spoon it over grilled chicken, meat or fish for some southwestern flair, or add it to sandwiches or even omelets for an exciting new dining experience. It's a natural as a topping for nachos, enchiladas, burritos and other Mexican food, or you can turn your Italian food into fiesta food by spooning over pizza or mixing with plain cooked pasta.

Both new Fiesta dips are currently on sale at the Carolina Sauce Company.

Zestfully yours,

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