We typically do not do sit-down family dinners in the summer. We let the boys eat outside as much as possible and usually that means Dan and I fend for ourselves. I call it our warm-weather-loving summer no-schedule dinner schedule.
I have mentioned before that we LOVE dips. This particular spicy, gooey dip had been on my brain for a while and I threw it together the other night as an unconventional (for most), conventional (for us) dinner for Dan and myself. It was so ridiculously good and please no judging when I tell you that the two of us polished it off in ONE HOUR. That. Good.
I used my cast-iron skillet to make this dip, but if you don't own one do not fret!
In whichever type of skillet you have, add corn, green onions, jalapeño peppers (optional), bell pepper, garlic, salt and pepper.
Cook for 3-5 minutes over medium heat.
Meanwhile, in a medium bowl, combine cream cheese, sour cream, mayo, crab meat, worcestershire sauce and diced chiles (optional).
Add mixture to the skillet and remove from heat. If you are using a cast iron, sprinkle with shredded cheddar and pop it in the oven for 20 minutes. If not, add the mixture to a greased square baking dish first.
This dip would be a huge hit at gatherings or, ahem, as a dinner for two. Enjoy!