Are you looking for a fun new dip for your summer gatherings? The Rojo’s Street Corn Dip from Costco is a dip based on the classic Mexican dish. It seems like it could be very tasty, but I was curious how corn on the cob would translate into a dip. Read on to find out!
We were having our parents over for Mother’s Day and I needed an appetizer so I picked up this Rojo’s dip from Costco.
Other dips from Costco are the Costco Good Foods Caramelized Onion & Gruyere Cheese Dip, Costco La Terra Fina Smoked Sockeye Salmon Dip, Costco Good Foods Plant Based Queso Style Dip, Costco La Terra Fina Queso Dip with Cheddar and the Costco Fontaine Santé Spinach Dip.
Location in Store
You can find the dip in the refrigerated deli section, near all the other dips, cold cuts and cheeses. The item number is 1220662.
This is like a layer dip that’s been mixed together with corn added. It tastes like a blend of a mild cheese, sour cream and salsa, even though that doesn’t quite match the ingredients list.
It has a nice amount of heat – mild enough that I don’t think it’s too spicy for anyone but definitely noticeable. The kernels of corn add some texture and a pleasant corn flavor.
The dip comes in a 907 gram container and costs $11.99 Canadian. The price is reasonable for such a large dip!
The Costco Rojo’s Street Corn Dip pairs well with tortilla chips, crackers, raw vegetables and you can even spread it on corn on the cob! You could also use it on tacos or fajitas.
The dip must be kept refrigerated and the best before date is about a month and a half from the time we purchased the dip. Although the best before date is quite long, I recommend eating the dip within seven days after opening it.
A two tablespoon serving is 70 calories, six grams of fat, three grams of carbohydrates, zero grams of fibre, one gram of sugar, one gram of protein and 170 mg of sodium. If you can eat two to four tablespoons the nutrition facts aren’t terrible for a dip! The thing that’s hard to do is only eat a few tablespoons, plus you have to factor in the nutrition facts of your chips.
All the ingredients listed are what I would expect to see in this dip, like many other dips it’s gluten-free. There’s lots of dairy in the dip like yogurt and different cheeses. This street corn dip also contains mustard and eggs.
Give it a try!
We served it at a family gathering and everyone seemed to enjoy it. I’d buy it again!
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