Jack McDavid's Philadelphia Guacamole Field and Patsies
Super Bowl Guacamole Dip
In preparation for the big game, two chefs duked it out on "Good Morning America" to see who could make the best Super Bowl dip. Hailing from Philadelphia, Chef Jack McDavid of Jack's Firehouse whipped up a Philly Guacamole Dip, and from New England, Chef Paul O'Connell, of Boston's Chez Henri, made a New England Clam and Lobster Dip.
Eighteen U.S. Marines were on hand to vote for the winner. The vote came down by a nose on the side of McDavid's Philly Guacamole.
Mash avocados with lime juice and Hidden Valley Ranch Mix in large bowl, until just creamy and chunky. Add corn, onion, tomatoes, chipotles and cilantro and combine gently. Stir in cottage cheese. Taste and adjust seasoning. Spread mixture evenly and smoothly onto large cookie rectangular sheet [9x13].
Place well-drained yogurt into pastry bag with small round tip. Use white yogurt to pipe on the yard lines and pipe on the yard markers.
Tuck a few patsies [tortilla chips] around the edges. Place remaining chips into a skirt [napkin lined basket]. Serve, yell for the Eagles Super Bowl victory and be happy.
Recipes by Chef Jack McDavid.
Main Ingredients: avocados, tomatoes, chipotle peppers
Course: Dip, Appetizer/Starter, Party Platter