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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.
30 min
5 hr
50 servings
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quick question? Can this be made in advance
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!
It was very strong and only about half of it was eaten with about 30 people, but everyone said it tasted good.
Everyone loves this recipe! A nice change from plain old ordinary dips ...
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!
It was excellent, I have made it several times. My family really likes it when it is warm.
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?
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.
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
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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