Million Dollar Dip is worth its weight in gold for three reasons. One, it tastes like a million dollars whether you serve it with crackers, pretzels, or veggies. It has great big flavor!
It’s an ideal recipe to print and save because, reason two, it’s made from the simplest of ingredients you probably have on hand, and reason three, it goes together in about five minutes! That’s my idea of a recipe that’s a keeper!
This delightful dip has a long history that began, not surprisingly, in Texas, where everything is big! Itbecamee known as Million Dollar Dip because it tastes like a million bucks!
Million Dollar Dip was created by Helen Corbitt when she was the Neiman Marcus Director of Food Services in the 1950s. Corbitt was an extraordinary chef, one of the best to ever come out of Texas.
She’s also credited with inventing Texas Caviar, a wildly popular recipe in the South today. Texas caviar was created about 1940 by Corbitt, a native New Yorker who first served the dish on New Year’s Eve at the Houston Country Club.