Enchilada Dip with Ground Beef, melted cheese and sour cream is Taco Tuesday any night of the week! This super creamy, super cheesy, beef and totally melty enchilada dip, made quickly with canned red enchilada sauce, is surprisingly easy and totally tasty. Def a crowd please, this dip can make a splash at pool parties, potlucks, BBQs, or simply for your own lunch. Easy to find household ingredients, this recipe includes a ton of cheese and Mexican inspired flavors. Serves amazing with extra tomatoes, avocado and if you like, a can of black beans. Go for easy or ultimate, this dip will have you in LOVE!
Brown up hamburger meat and chopped onions until done. If there is extra grease, drain.
Season beef with garlic salt, cumin and a bit of pepper (optional).
Pour in one can of enchilada sauce and combine until well mixed.
Add 1/3rd cup sour cream into the pan and stir with a wooden spoon until melted and creamy.
Add 2 cups of shredded cheese around the skillet, stirring so as not to burn, until completely cheese is fully melted.
Serve immediately while hot with tortilla chips.
Can you make enchilada dip ahead of time? Absolutely! This creamy, cheese and delicious enchilada dip is perfect to make ahead. As a plus, it can be easily heated up the next day and reenjoyed - that is if you have any left over! Is enchilada dip served warm or cold? This particular beef filled dip is served hot or warm. This keeps the cheese ultra melty on your chips. What additional spices go best in enchilada dip? One of the best parts of using canned red enchilada sauce is that its full of flavor! However, if you want to increase flavors add cayenne, chili pepper powder, a packet of taco sauce or extra cumin and cilantro. Any common Mexican spice or seasoning will be a complement to this dish. How to best customize dipDips are amazing for customization and turning into the ultimate snack! This Mexican inspired dip that uses common ingredients can be brought to the next level with added diced tomatoes, avocado, or an added can of drained black beans. Need color? Try fresh cilantro!