A version of this might be on the back of the box but I wanted to share this great dip because it gets so many rave reviews when I make it.
Skyline chili is a birthright in Cincinnati, Ohio. It's practically an unknown in the South however. I was introduced to Skyline Chili when I was doing a clinical internship for school. It's classically served a-top a bed of spaghetti noodles. Not until I was walking through the frozen food section of my local Publix supermarket did I cross paths with this great and unique tasting chili again.
Having eaten for several weeks, I decided to try the dip recipe (listed on the back of the box) for an upcoming party. It was devoured in under 10 minutes. The recipe was ask for several times, and I would tell them exactly where I got it and what to do. Since it was such a hit, and few folks around here know about it, I decided to share it. Check your local stores to see if they carry Skyline chili or if they can get some for you (It runs ~$2.99 around here for a 13.25 oz frozen package). It will be a guaranteed hit!
Photo tutorial after the link...