Mexi Mason Jar Dip with Wholegrain Tortilla Chips

 

3 Easy Mexican Dips & Homemade Tortilla Chips | Vegan Snack | Healthy Recipe | Plant based appetiser

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Homemade Creamy Cucumber Salsa for Tortilla Chips Recipe

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Homemade Whole Grain Corn & Wheat Tortillas

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tortilla chips recipe with salsa dip | nachos chips with salsa | नाचोज चिप्स टोमैटो सालसा के साथ

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Easy Bodybuilding Snack: Healthy Homemade Tortilla Chips

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Evenly divide seasoned sour cream to the 4 jars and spread, covering the avocado. Finish layering the jars by filling each with cheese, tomatoes, red onion, jalapeños, cilantro and olives. Serve with whole grain tortilla chips. Vegan Modifications: Substitute the sour cream with a vegan cream cheese. NEW Healthy Recipe—Mexi Mason Jar Dip with Whole Grain Tortilla Chips.

1. The iconic layer dip gets a makeover with this Mexi Mason Jar Dip. Our version boosts the veggies and replaces the refried beans with a healthier black bean spread. Portioning the dip into mason jars makes it super easy to store as well as giving greater control over the serving size. A definite crowd pleaser, and not too spicy for those who usually shy away from chili or salsa dips.

Served with tortilla chips. Best served warm, but still retains a. 1 can (16 oz.) pink or kidney beans, rinsed and drained. 1 16-oz. jar Herr’s Salsa. 1 tsp. chili powder. ¾ tsp. ground cumin.

1 11.5-oz. jar Herr’s Guacamole. ⅔ cup reduced-fat sour cream. 13 oz. bag Herr’s Dippers Tortilla Chips. ¾ cup sliced pitted canned black olives. ½ cup chopped tomatoes, drained. TRUST ME! You will love this!! GIve it a chance.

In Corsicana TX there is a restaurant called Old Mexican Inn and this is served with Tortilla Chips and I crave it all the time since I’ve moved to Tennessee. I’ve even called them and asked for the recipe. They laugh and hang up because they are called so often.

Once I saw how much mayo was in it I was kinda worried at how much I had. A definite crowd pleaser, and not too spicy for those who usually shy away from chili or salsa dips. Served with tortilla chips.

Best served warm, but still retains a good dipping consistency when cold or at room temperature. This dip can be served in a “bread bowl” (a hollowed out round loaf). A delicious 7 Layer Mexican dip made with classic Mexican ingredients and topped with tomatoes, olives and green onions and served with tortilla chips. Attach this to the jar: Mexican Fiesta Dip. Makes two cups.

In a medium mixing bowl combine 3 tablespoons of the Dip Mix with the mayonnaise and sour cream. Whisk the mixture until smooth. (Check if you want to add more of the Dip Mix or more mayo/sour cream.). Refrigerate for. Step 1 In a medium serving dish, mix the cream cheese, sour cream and green onions. Top with salsa, and layer with tomatoes, black olives and Cheddar cheese.

A mason jar favor can be sweet without frosting, chocolate, or an abundance of pastry. We’ve talked about cheesecake in a jar, rainbow cake in a jar, cherry pie in a jar, s’mores in a jar, plus a few others but chip dip in a jar? That’s a new one!

Gift your guests with a homespun treat they’ll love, along with a bag of your favorite local tortilla chips in a sweet burlap bag.

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Depending on what you have on hand, you can garnish the dip with parsley sprigs, minced green onions or tomatoes, grated cheddar or Jack cheese, a dollop of sour cream or mashed avocado, or any combination of these ingredients.

“Living Vegetarian For Dummies” by Suzanne Havala Hobbs
from Living Vegetarian For Dummies
by Suzanne Havala Hobbs
Wiley, 2009

This dip is yummy with tortilla chips, and the recipe can be multiplied to match your guest list.

“The Dinner Doctor” by Anne Byrn
from The Dinner Doctor
by Anne Byrn
Rodale, 2004

To make the dip, combine a single container (about 6 ounces) of nonfat plain Greek yogurt, ¼ cup blue cheese crumbles, ¼ teaspoon each garlic powder and onion powder, and some ground black pepper.

“Joy's Simple Food Remedies: Tasty Cures for Whatever's Ailing You” by Joy Bauer, M.S., R.D.N., C.D.N.
from Joy’s Simple Food Remedies: Tasty Cures for Whatever’s Ailing You
by Joy Bauer, M.S., R.D.N., C.D.N.
Hay House, 2018

Couple the dip with crunchy, colorful veggies or whole-grain tortilla chips, and you’re ready for a tasty feast.

“From Junk Food to Joy Food: All the Foods You Love to Eat......Only Better” by Joy Bauer
from From Junk Food to Joy Food: All the Foods You Love to Eat……Only Better
by Joy Bauer
Hay House, 2016

4 small flour tortillas 4 teaspoons (1⁄2 stick) butter, at room temperature 1 cup shredded cheese (cheddar, queso quesadilla, Oaxaca) 1⁄4 cup thinly sliced scallions 1 batch Bacon-Cotija Guacamole (page 55) Preheat the oven to 350°F. Lay the tortillas on a baking sheet.

“Absolutely Avocados: 80 Amazing Avocado Recipes for Every Meal of the Day” by Gaby Dalkin
from Absolutely Avocados: 80 Amazing Avocado Recipes for Every Meal of the Day
by Gaby Dalkin
HMH Books, 2013

To bake your own tortilla chips, spray 4 (6-inch) corn tortillas with vegetable oil spray, cut into wedges, and bake in 350degree oven until crisp, 15 to 20 minutes.

“The Complete Vegetarian Cookbook: A Fresh Guide to Eating Well With 700 Foolproof Recipes” by America's Test Kitchen
from The Complete Vegetarian Cookbook: A Fresh Guide to Eating Well With 700 Foolproof Recipes
by America’s Test Kitchen
America’s Test Kitchen, 2015

This dip is a versatile addition to any menu: Smear some between two flour tortillas along with grated cheese and salsa and make a quesadilla for serving alongside vegetable soup, or use as a stuffingfor roasted mushrooms, topped with crumbled feta cheese and a sprinkling of paprika.

“Heirloom Beans: Recipes from Rancho Gordo” by Vanessa Barrington, Steve Sando, Sara Remington
from Heirloom Beans: Recipes from Rancho Gordo
by Vanessa Barrington, Steve Sando, Sara Remington
Chronicle Books LLC, 2010

using prefried tortilla chips, frozen or canned jalapeño peppers, and packaged cheese mixes.

“The End of Overeating: Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite” by David A. Kessler
from The End of Overeating: Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite
by David A. Kessler
Rodale Books, 2010

Pico de gallo is a great dipping option for keto tortilla chips (here).

“Keto Restaurant Favorites” by Maria Emmerich
from Keto Restaurant Favorites
by Maria Emmerich
Media Alternatives, Incorporated, 2017

Serve this super scrummy dip with Baked Garlic Tortilla Chips: Preheat oven 180°C. Brush each wholemeal tortilla with olive oil and crushed garlic.

“4 Ingredients Diabetes” by Kim McCosker
from 4 Ingredients Diabetes
by Kim McCosker
4 Ingredients, 2013

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  • I made these today. I used freshly ground corn and hard white whole wheat. Mine are darker and do not have much of a corn taste. Do you have any idea why that happened to mine? Thank you, Sue

  • WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO THAT NICE COUNTER TOP USE A CUTTING BOARD!!!!!! but any way this turned out great thank you so much, ive used this with guac at least 4 times now:)

  • As alaways this all looks delicious and is very informative. I will definately be making some black bean salad.
    I’m thinking the three layer dip could be made vegan by substituting guacamole or even just avocado mashed up with sme lime juice for the sour cream.

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  • That pineapple salsa is not a salsa, its a topping. If you fry some onion and garlic and blend it with the pineapple you have a salsa. I also prefer using chipotle instead of jalapeño with the pineapple, it tastes better an looks awesome. Still, great menu!

  • love this mexican twist! Now I have to find chili pepper ( I have red pepper flakes).
    I was thinking to make my own chipotles burrito bowl at home (much healthier and cheaper too!) Who can say no to lime and cilantrooo??

  • I’m so obsessed with your channel and these meal prep videos!! Have gotten so many great ideas from them! Glad you’re going to keep em going!!

  • Sue, did you add a lot of whole wheat? You can reduce the wheat and increase the corn. What sweetener did you use? Did you cook them extra-long time to get them darker? Are you sure your flour was hard white and not red?

  • Love it, who knew? I’m 50 days into healthier eating and I love new information for me and others. I will post this video on my FB page and healthy lifestyle page. Thank you

  • Great video, but too much work for me. I’ve been making these for years. Simply take the entire (uncut) tortilla… spray with Pam… sprinkle salt… pop in toaster oven (or big oven if you’re making many) at 400 for 10 mins. Break apart. Done. (But if you DID want individual chips, you can stack many tortillas and cut all at once with a big knife to save time.) Great videos… thank you.

  • You are so amazing! I love all these ideas and this is the first time Im hearing about meal prepping! Where have you been all my life �� thanks for all you do!

  • First time seeing a vid. from you. Love the channel name, great explanations and video well done; sounds like a great guy! Liked and subbed, looks like you got yourself a whole collection of great videos down there on the related bar, will check them all out whenever I’m free. Keep it up.

  • Hey, Tess:-)     Love your channel and your video intros!     Very imaginative!:-)
    Your salsa is also very imaginative,  looks very tasty and flavorful,  and is a refreshing change from the usual tomato-based fare!   Thanks very much and thumbs up,  Norfolk Joe   xoxxx

    P.S.     Have I told you lately how soothing your voice is?:-)

  • Am I the only one who died a little when she added yogurt to the refried beans?! �� still love your channel, the best I’ve seen on YouTube, it’s exactly what I was looking for.

  • You had me at lime. And cilantro. I made this for company (and it is always a bit scary cooking a new recipe for company) and it was sooooo good. One of the brilliant things about your meal plans is that you aren’t giving a list of meals, you are giving a meal palate that can be mixed and matched to create new dishes throughout the week so as to avoid getting bored. Plus, it tastes like food I would already cook, so it feels very comfortable. Thanks!

  • @The Domestic Geek Silly question, I know, but can you eat the tilapia filet on its own with veggies on the side? Also, I posted a question on a previous video and I’m hoping for an answer ✌. I have been attempting to eat healthier once again and I found your channel and immediately subscribed. I have also signed up on My Fitness Pal, so I was wanting to know how easy or hard it would be to input all the nutritional info for your meals? I have a very hard time figuring these things out. It’s already hard enough to come up with healthy food ��. I usually turn to Cooking Light as nutritional info is already there, but I don’t really find many things I like. Your recipes I love! I would just love some help if anyone does My Fitness Pal as well

  • Tried this tilapia recipe tonight, made a home made mac and cheese to go with it and topped it with diced jalapenos, not exactly healthy. But delicious none the less. The tilapia was good on its own, but would be really good in fish tacos, thats what I’ll do next time. 

  • These morons in the comments talking about oil isnt healthy..extra virgin olive oil is fine..do u realize its hard to cook without using any type of oil..stfu talking about its not healthy…if u gonna complain about adding a little oil to food go eat nothing but fucking spinach for the rest of your life, cuz you aint getting anything that tastes good. This is still healthier than a bag of doritos

  • Hey Tess I have never heard of Cucumber Salsa. It looks Damn great:-) A “BIG” thumbs up. This is going right into my CULINARY playlist:-) My wife is going to love this too:-) ROCK ON!!!!!!!!!

  • Wow love the weekly meal preps! Please keep making them! Been doing these for a few weeks and it makes life on weekdays so much easier!

  • ive been look through alot of recipes for this cucumber salsa and this will be the one i make looks so good do you know about how many people it will serve?

  • Those tortillas look like SHIT….. Why in the world would you mix corn flour and whole wheat flour to make Tortillas….. These Gringos and their Shitty recipes…. Bastardizing our latin recipes by adding unnecessary crap to make the masa. Making tortillas is something that you do by feel is not technical like how this Gringa is explaining it.

  • I love all your videos:) I’m not great in the kitchen myself or creative lol but you sure have made it easy to get out from my usual routine thank you. I hope you keep making more yummy recipes.

  • Looks fantastic. As a UK Street Food trader, I’m adding this to met Watch Later list and will be having this as part of our Burrito menu next summer. Many thanks. Karl.

  • It’s really important to tell us what brand of tortillas you used. It says the tortilla was 11.8 g carbs and 11 g fiber. Never in my life have I seen tortillas with only 0.8 g carbs! Which kind is it? Can you please let us know?

  • Like always you have provided answers and inspiration! I will definitely look for non-GMO, plain ‘ol popcorn. Will try these again this weekend and re-read what my Wondermill can actually mill. Thank you and more questions may be coming…. 😉

  • I tried this today and love it! My rice tastes bitter though instead of nice and acidic as I expected. Any ideas as to what may have happened?

  • Please give the video a like if you enjoy!
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    5 whole wheat tortillas, 1 tbsp. olive oil, 3 tbsp. lemon juice, spices of your choice
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  • Nice recipe to use up my overflow of garden cucumbers. Great flavor but a little soupy due to the fresh cukes. Next time I think I’ll salt the cukes and onions and let them drain for a few hours before I proceed with the rest of the recipe. Definitely going to do this again.

  • Hi tried ur recipe ystd. But 25mins in OTG at 180 and it was killed completely. They looked as if i had made ragi flour nachos. Hahahah. I think frying is the best option thats what i did for the remaining ones

  • great video defiantly gonna try these! btw if anyone has a spare minute i would really appreciate it if you came and had a look at my channel i got meal examples, flexing videos, good advice and workouts for you to do at home thanks for reading and please come check me out and subscribe thanks:)

  • I made just the salsa dip yesterday, and I felt so glad to eat such an authentic salsa fresh, homemade, without preservatives! And also, very easy to make and cheap!!
    Thanks, Archana. You rock!

  • Please do more week mealnprep videos, I cannot live without them anymore!! Healthy, quick and super delicious recipes that my family loves.. and your style is absolutely unique! Pleeeeeeeeeeze!:-)

  • Hi Tess. You are on a roll!! This Cucumber salsa is so beautiful looking and sounds delicious with those tortilla chips. Wow. The colors are so vibrant and the texture of the salsa is fantastic. You did well with this one Tess. Thanks for sharing.:)

  • Tess, what a nice and tasty salsa that’s out of the ordinary. Love cucumber, and that addition of cumin was fantastic! Perfect flavor. What more is there to like, you did it spot-on Tess! Thanks for sharing!

  • hey tess you are so right that looks yummy and such a good change from the tomato salsa. thanks for sharing I will be making this soon.

  • Hey this may sound kinda stupid but could you put in the descriptions or something what is in the ingredients you’re using such as proteins and stuff. I’m just started losing weight and I’d like to learn more:)

  • These meal prep videos are honestly brilliant! I have so many problems trying to come up with meals on the go and this is going to help me a lot. Thank you for this series!

  • You do not need oil or lemon juice lol first of all get corn tortillas, cut them up and put in a sprayed pan. If you use 5 corn tortillas without oil because you don’t need it at all since it still crisps up like tortilla chips, there would only be 250 calories…… For all of them. I usually top mines with reduced fat powdered ranch or just some salt, or even garlic

  • HI Lynette!

    Hard wheat either red or white, but I prefer the milder flavor of the white mixed with the corn. If you have red and like it, then by all means use it. It’s a little too strong in flavor for us, especially mixed with corn.

    Yes, plain ol’ popcorn (but I would look for non-GMO, organic) is great!

    Anything I can do to help with your tortillas, please let me know. If they were crumbly, they were too dry (too much flour) or too much corn flour. You can use masa harina.

    Vickilynn

  • loved this video, best one yet! the healthy meal prep videos are so so helpful and you have the greatest ideas! cant wait for the next one

  • I actually do have a question for you! I am working on weight loss more so that body building. my friend told me i should do less weights because the muscle will build under fat and i will look like a football player…is that true? Should i do way more cardio than weights?! or is it equally important?!

  • Hi Vickilynn, I did have to use a good amount of wheat flour, It was definitely white wheat. I cooked them a short amount of time. I did not use a sweetener. I used them in an enchilada recipe and the texture was fabulous. Everyone loved them. Today I reheated the leftovers and they were equally as good as the first night. I will try to use a little more corn flour if I have that same problem. Thank you for a GREAT recipe!

  • If I could only pick one type of cuisine to live off of the rest of my life it would be Mexican!! These recipes are great! Thank you so much!

  • That black beans salad is perfect for me. I enjoy your work because I am always looking for easy healthy and practical meals to grab. Keep up the good work

  • Wow! These are phenomenal! I have just discovered you… and it was love at first sight:)). I appreciate your creativity, your short and straigh forward but still VERY helpful videos (without nonsense blabla regarding healthy food, like others are tempted to do)! Keep up the good work and many thanks!

  • This is a great recipe especially since I have had moments when I want a potato chip splurge. Thank you! Do you have a recipe for vegetable soup?

  • Vickilynn, you mentioned ‘hard wheat’ does it matter if it is red or white? I’m assuming personal choice but want to make sure! Also, I want to clarify on the popcorn… this is just the plain ole popcorn at the store in the bag? I’m such a novice in the kitchen! Thanks for the video, my first attempt at tortilla’s failed! They were crumbly. I think I’ll save myself here and get your Wrapping It Up book! Thanks, Lynette

  • do u happen to have a recipe for self-made tortillas? i cant find them at the stores here (only white flour tortillas, not wholegrain) and would really love to have a recipe to bake them myself….pls help:)..your channel is awesome, thank you

  • Very nice and looking tasty along with this nachoscheese sauce also coming please let me know how it has to make? I mean cheese dip….

  • Hi Mike, Can you tell us what pans you use? they look more durable than the crappy flimsy ones im using and have to throw out every 3 weeks, please this will help me out alot, thanks.

  • Thank you for the great recipe, I’m trying to eat healthier and snacking is the challenge, now I can make my own chips, I also liked your recipe on the sweet potatoe  chips. Thanks again

  • Thank you! I am a Mexican living in India and sometimes getting all the ingredients is difficult, I think a mix between desi and Mexican is not bad ��

  • I noticed that you changed the colour of “lean” at the beginning of your video to blue. I would recommend that you stick to one colour in order to create a memorable brand. Colour is extremely important to people in term of branding. Most people don’t realize it but they remember the colour that you initially choose and if you change it it may confuse people. Just a suggestion. Great video, thanks again.

  • wow you’re the best I totally appreciate the time you put into your videos and all the details which makes it so easy for me:) Love the recipes. I’m not really a big fan of cumin for the tilapia do you have any other replacement suggestions instead of the cumin?

  • Hi Sara Lynn, I just love your videos.Please keep them coming.
    Have you ever made a vege burger?I bet you can make one
    scrumptious meatless burger.Keep up the good work.I’m so glad I
    found your channel.

    Ally

  • I really hope you can keep this going for awhile.  These are amazing!  Thank you SO much for your time and effort in sharing with us.  Blessings to you!!

  • Made this meal prep today…OMG crazy good. The tilapia, the pineapple salsa, bean salad and the cilantro rice are almost all gone because me and my little sister gobbled it all…it was just so fresh, savory, pretty and delicious!!! You made me look like an awesome cook!!! Shoot I’m starting to collect mason jars just so I have the perfect ascetic! Just the best!! Thanks

  • Love this one! Great ideas, and I’m actually going to try some of these this week:D Please do more meal prep series!:) And thanks for all your hard work!

  • an you show some ideas to do with a jar of extra virgin cold pressed coconut oil? My grocer recently started carrying them at an affordable price. I like all your other clever ideas for the kitchen. I thought you might have a tips video on coconut oil uses.