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Monday, April 25, 2016

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Que Pasa's Fresh Veggie Cobb Dip Recipe!


Sometimes it’s really nice to go back to the basics. That’s how we felt when we began as a street front deli in 1983 and we still feel that way today. Inspired by Mexican tradition we wanted to stone-grind corn to make our own flavorful masa, hand-cut tortilla chips, keep chemicals out of the kitchen, share stories, and take care of our community by feeding people well. With artisanal flare we’ve been crafting foods to make you and your taste buds dance. Arriba!

When it comes to quality, no kernel is left unturned.  From our carefully sourced whole-grain corn to our skillfully smoked jalapenos, at Que Pasa only the best ingredients make the cut. Keeping it real as nature intended, our foods are organic and non-gmo. And just to make sure no one’s left out of the fiesta, we’ve got plenty of gluten free and vegan options to choose from.

So sit back, relax, and enjoy. You’re in good company.

Buen apetito!


Que Pasa Yellow Corn tortilla chips, organic, non-gmo, gluten free
Stone-ground whole grain yellow corn tortilla chips with a sprinkle of sea salt. These thin and crispy gourmet tortilla chips a real foodie favorite.

Ingredients: 
Stone ground corn*, canola*, and/or sunflower* oil, sea salt, trace of lime. *Organic.


Stone-ground whole grain blue corn and a sprinkle sea salt. Why so blue? It’s made with blue organic corn!

Ingredients: 
Stone ground corn*, canola*, and/or sunflower* oil, sea salt, trace of lime. *Organic.


Stone-ground whole grain corn with a sprinkle sea salt. Why so sweet? These crimson tortilla chips get their color and signature flavor from sugar beet juice.

Ingredients: 
Stone ground corn*, canola*, and/or sunflower* oil, red beet powder* (red beet juice concentrate*, maltodextrin*), sea salt, trace of lime. *Organic.


This flavorful Mexican styled salsa combines organic tomatoes, onions and a unique blend of spices to deliver great taste with a kick.

Ingredients: 
Diced tomatoes* in tomato juice*, tomato puree* (water, tomato paste*, citric acid), onions*, jalapeno peppers* in brine (jalapeno peppers*, vinegar*, sea salt), red bell peppers*, dried onions*, dried garlic*, sea salt, apple cider vinegar*, cilantro*, citric acid, xanthan gum, natural flavor, cumin*. *Organic.

My Review:
Que Pasa's chips and salsa are wonderfully delicious and absolutely perfect for Cinco de Mayo! I love that Que Pasa offers several different varieties of corn chips that are absolutely fantastic for adding a little color to your parties. Another great thing about Que Pasa chips and salsa is that they're organic. I also really like their chips because they're not overly salty. I tried Que Pasa's Fresh Veggie Cobb Dip and it's absolutely amazing! Perfect for parties! Add a bowl of Que Pasa's chips and salsa and you'll have an amazingly colorful spread that guests will love!


This chip dip is so fresh and healthy you can enjoy it any day of the week.

Ingredients

1 cup herb & garlic greek yogurt (or use plain greek yogurt with 1 clove garlic minced and 1 tsp Italian Seasoning stirred in)

½ cup grated cheddar cheese

1 cup chopped romaine lettuce

handful cherry tomatoes, sliced

3 green onions, diced

½ cup corn (use canned or saw it off a cob)

½ cup blue cheese crumbles

Directions
1. In a dish a couple of inches deep, spread out the herb and garlic greek yogurt evenly. Follow with the grated cheddar cheese, then chopped romaine lettuce, cherry tomatoes, green onions, corn and finish with the blue cheese.

2. Serve with your favourite Que Pasa chips!

While you're here be sure to enter to win!
Cinco de Mayo Prize Pack from Que Pasa Giveaway! Ends 5/5/16

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Disclosure: I received product(s) for free, in exchange for my honest review. I only recommend products I've used personally, and believe will be good fit for consumers.

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