My family recently tried a street corn dip from Aldi that was surprisingly good and disappeared quickly from our fridge, especially when served alongside some crunchy tortilla chips. Because the street corn dip was so good, I decided to pick up another dip that is sold alongside it to try as well.
Park Street Deli Mexicali Dip cost $3.29 for a 10-ounce container at the time of publication. The label describes this as “a delicious dip made from jalapeno, tomato, onion, bell pepper & spices, blended with sour cream, mayonnaise, Monterey Jack cheese & Neufchatel cheese.”
This appears to be a Regular Buy, which means you should be able to find it at Aldi all year.
If you’re watching out for allergens, this contains egg and milk. It also contains a bioengineered food ingredient.
One 2-tablespoon serving (28 grams) has 90 calories, 9 grams of total fat (12% DV), 3 grams of saturated fat (15% DV), 15 mg of cholesterol (5% DV), 180 mg of sodium (8% DV), 2 grams of total carbohydrates (1% DV), no dietary fiber, 1 gram of total sugars, no added sugars, and 2 grams of protein.
This is a good dip, although no one in my house likes it as much as they like its companion dip, the street corn dip. This Mexicali dip is spicier, for better or worse, with definite jalapeno notes. It has a smooth texture, and tortilla chips hold up well when dipped in it. My family has been eating this dip, and it’s a solid party dip or “big game” dip, but I probably won’t buy this again, instead preferring the street corn dip.
Park Street Deli Mexicali Dip is a smooth and slightly spicy dip featuring jalapeno, tomato, onion, bell pepper, spices, sour cream, mayonnaise, Monterey Jack cheese, and Neufchatel cheese. It pairs well with tortilla chips, crackers, pita bread, or sliced veggies. We like its companion dip, Park Street Deli Street Corn Dip, the best, but this Mexicali dip is a good dip on its own merits.