Chile Verde Chicken Cheddar Dip

Dips are an absolute must at my house during sport season. My family and friends go CRAZY for them! I love to try out new flavors to mix things up a bit. This Chile Verde Chicken Cheddar Dip was a total hit!

It is so flavorful and cheesy- how could anyone pass it up?! It is served warm and will surely be the the hit of the party! We didn’t have any left overs!

Chile Verde Chicken Cheddar Dip from chef-in-training.com ...An easy, quick and delicious dip that is a total crowd pleaser!

5.0 from 3 reviews
Chile Verde Chicken Cheddar Dip
 
An easy, quick and delicious dip that is a total crowd pleaser!
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Recipe type: Appetizer
Ingredients
  • 16 oz. cream cheese, softened
  • 2 cups + ¼ cup shredded cheddar cheese, reserve the ¼ cup for topping
  • 1½ cups La Victoria green taco sauce
  • 1 cup chopped rotisserie chicken
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Mix all ingredints together in a medium mixing bowl and pour into an 8x8 inch sprayed baking dish. Sprinke with ¼ cup shredded cheddar cheese. Bake for 30 minutes.

Enjoy!

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  1. Averie @ Averie Cooks

    Dips are an absolute must at my house during ANY season!! Love love love dips. They ARE my entrees :) Looks like a winner!! Pinned :)

  2. amanda @ fake ginger

    Oh man, I want to stick my face in that. Definitely making it for this week's football games!

  3. Liz

    Love chicken, Love chile verde, love dips! you had me from the start! Thanks for sharing! Pinned!

    Liz

  4. Sher

    Anyone know if chile verde sauce is the same thing as salsa verde? Like the jarred salsa verde? I'm not sure what to buy here but really want to try this.

    1. Mimi D

      Did you ever get an answer?

    2. Jo

      I would say yes, since usually chili verde has pork in it and this is a chicken dip...You cold try both ways though!

    3. Sher

      No, I haven't gotten an answer back yet. Maybe Jo (the person below) is onto something and we could try the salsa verde and chile verde if we find it. Then we can compare. I've never bought chile verde so I don't know if it comes in a can or has to be homemade. I still don't know if it is the same thing as salsa verde or not.

    4. Chef in Training

      Sorry about the confusion. I have now changed it to say specifically what I used. I use La Victoria's green taco sauce. It comes in a plastic bottle next to the cans of enchilada sauce, etc. Hope that helps and so sorry for mislabel.

    5. Barb

      La Victoria green taco sauce is very smooth. Can find it in the Hispanic section of the grocery store. It is kind of like the green chile packets you can get at taco bell...Very good

    6. SAN

      It's just chunkier.

    7. Evelyn

      It’s the same chile verde and salsa verde.

  5. Henrietta Franklin

    Love the recipes

  6. Chels R.

    What an easy appetizer! I love the chicken in it-yum!

  7. Mimi D

    Where do you get chili verde sauce? Can you buy it or do you make it?

    1. Chef in Training

      Sorry about the confusion. I have now changed it to say specifically what I used. I use La Victoria's green taco sauce. It comes in a plastic bottle next to the cans of enchilada sauce, etc. Hope that helps and so sorry for mislabel.

  8. LadyCubsFan

    Any type of Mexican food ingredients are hard to come by in the area of Maine in which I live. Am very interested in knowing if salsa verde can be used instead of chile verde. Thanks!

    1. Chef in Training

      Sorry about the confusion. I have now changed it to say specifically what I used. I use La Victoria's green taco sauce. It comes in a plastic bottle next to the cans of enchilada sauce, etc. Hope that helps and so sorry for mislabel.

  9. Alice

    Like many of you, I have a question about the chili verde sauce. I'm going to contact chef-in-training. Will let you know if I get an answer.

    1. Chef in Training

      Sorry about the confusion. I have now changed it to say specifically what I used. I use La Victoria's green taco sauce. It comes in a plastic bottle next to the cans of enchilada sauce, etc. Hope that helps and so sorry for mislabel.

  10. Mahia

    Hello, just wanted to know how to make a chile verde sauce, Or is it store brought?
    I have never tried it...

    1. Chef in Training

      Sorry about the confusion. I have now changed it to say specifically what I used. I use La Victoria's green taco sauce. It comes in a plastic bottle next to the cans of enchilada sauce, etc. Hope that helps and so sorry for mislabel.

  11. Trish

    I am glad to see I am not the only one wondering about the chile verde sauce-if it's something that you can buy or if you have to make that separately. This looks delicious and I would love to make it!

    1. Chef in Training

      Sorry about the confusion. I have now changed it to say specifically what I used. I use La Victoria's green taco sauce. It comes in a plastic bottle next to the cans of enchilada sauce, etc. Hope that helps and so sorry for mislabel.

    2. Tori

      5

      Yes, you can use another brand of salsa verde if you can't find the La Victoria! I've even used canned green enchilada sauce and some chopped canned green chilis! I bet fresh roasted green chilis would be delicous - that'll be my next experiment!

  12. L. Struggs

    5

    Love this dip! Yummy so good post more like this please

  13. shirley

    5

    great recipe everyone raved about this, made on our beach trip last week ,,making again this week