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Southwestern Cheesecake

Southwestern Cheesecake recipe
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This savory cheesecake has a tortilla chip crust, is flavored with chilies and a colby cheese blend and is topped with colorful vegetables.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
5 hr
servings
total:
50 servings
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posted:
12/7/2010
quick question? Can this be made in advance
posted:
3/14/2007
I made this a few days ago and I'll be making it again for a St.Patrick's Day party. I did sub Kraft Neufchatel cheese for the cream cheese the first time & will again. I'm also adding more "green" to the top (green bell pepper) and making a shamrock design with all & adding another can of chopped gr. chili's.Instead of the chopped tomatoes on top, I'll be using a drained can of chopped tomatoes with chilies for that extra "pop"! Can't recommend this enough!
posted:
1/14/2007
It was very strong and only about half of it was eaten with about 30 people, but everyone said it tasted good.
posted:
1/10/2007
Everyone loves this recipe! A nice change from plain old ordinary dips ...
posted:
10/30/2006
Everyone that tries it, loves it! I have had several people ask for the recipe or request for me to make it for their party. I found it to be too mild so I made a few adjustments. For the crust I use guacamole flavored corn chips. In the filling I add taco seasoning and diced jalepenos. You could add the taco seasoning to the sour cream layer also. I serve it with tomato basil wheat thins which suprisingly compliments the dish quite well!
posted:
8/28/2006
It was excellent, I have made it several times. My family really likes it when it is warm.
posted:
12/27/2005
It sounded so good. Perhaps it was my presentation but it was basically ignored after a few tastes. The top was messy and it was much milder than expected. How should it have been served? Sliced? With a fork? The ingredients are all favorites so where did I go wrong?
posted:
12/22/2005
Everyone loved this recipe when I served it for holiday buffets so I decided to make it for my nephew's wedding reception in Colorado. It was the hit of the appetizer table. I made five cheesecakes for 200 guests. It was served with different salsas from mild to hot, it was all gone by the end of the evening.
posted:
4/30/2005
this cheesecake is so good! Everyone loved it and asked for the recipe.. I dont even like cheesecake and I couldnt get enough! however, I did alter it just a little by putting half a packet of taco seasoning into the cc mix
posted:
9/20/2004
This was great and easy to make. Made it for an office food day and it was quickly devoured in a matter of hours. I did a few adjustments to my taste, I added lime and chipolte seasoning to the sour cream topping, gave it a nice flavor. I think next time I make it, I will use jalepenos (just because I like it hot) also used 3 8oz cream cheese and 3 eggs, I work in a very large office I wanted to expand the recipe. Try it you'll like it!!!!
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