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Sharkie’s Casa Ole Green Sauce

Sharkie, creater of her Casa Ole Green Sauce was our winner of our first Super Bowl Recipe contest. This is her recipe for the Casa Ole Green sauce. This isn’t the real recipe for the Casa Ole Green Sauce but, we all think it tastes very much like the real recipe. If you have never had the green sauce that is in many Mexican restaurants, it is a creamy, slightly spicy avocado based sauce. I personally have had so many bowls of this sauce, the numbers reach well above the population of where I went to high school. Are you looking for something a little different when it comes to chips and salsa? If so, try Sharkie’s Casa Ole Green Sauce.

Sharkie's Casa Ole Sauce

Casa Ole (a restaurant) refused to fork over their recipe for the green sauce they serve, so I set to work in the kitchen and came up with this – I think it’s exact but we shall never know unless we ever get them to relinquish their version. Mines better! *GRIN* ~ Sharkie

Sharkie’s Casa Ole Green Sauce

Sharkie's Casa Ole Green Sauce

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  • Recipe Type: CopyKat Recipes, Dips/Sauces
  • Prep time: 10 minutes
  • Cook time: 10 minutes
  • Serves: 10
Sharkie's Casa Ole Green Sauce

You can make sauce that tastes just like Casa Ole's green sauce.

Ingredients

  • 4 Hass avocados
  • 1 16 ounce container sour cream
  • 1 can Rotel tomatoes
  • 1 tablespoon garlic powder
  • 1 4 ounce can green chilies
  • 2 teaspoons salt
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 3 ounces cream cheese

Instructions

In a food processor combine cream cheese, avocados, lemon juice, garlic powder, salt, and sour cream, process until smooth. Add in the Rotel tomatoes, and green chilies in, and pulse several times to finish the sauce. Serve with chips.

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  • AMR

    I just made this and think it is a great, addictive dip recipe! I will make it again and again. That said, I do not think it tastes anything like Casa Ole’s Green Sauce (which I **love**!). This dip compared to theirs is too sour (I’ll omit the lemon juice next time) and too avocado-y. I don’t like avocados, but I love casa ole’s green sauce. Again, great recipe, but not casa ole at all.

  • Tammy

    Forgot! Nix the Rotel and green chiles also.

  • Tammy

    Actually, someone who works at Casa Ole told my daughter there are absolutely NO avocados in their green sauce. My guess is the green is exclusively from tomatillos and cilantro and the creamy is from sour cream. I seriously doubt they would use cream cheese. Nix the lemon and add lime juice instead, also white onions and use fresh minced garlic; only salt to taste. YUM!

    • Jenni S.

      That’s odd. When we used to go there, sometimes the sauce would taste a little different. They explained it was because they got in a different kind of avocado (not Haas) because at the time there were some issues with the supply of Haas Avocados.

      My best friend from high school worked there for a while and he used to make it for us sometimes. The recipe he used *definitely* had avocados.

    • Liz

      I agree Tammy! I’m not sure they use avacados. I used to work at Casa Ole’ many years ago and I never recall seeing anyone make it. I believe I remember it came to us in big plastic bottles already made. Now, I don’t live in Texas anymore and haven’t had it in ages but the last time I was down there I went to eat at a place called Gringo’s and they had a similar green sauce but was way better!! It was so delicious and addicting!!

  • Voni

    Missed going to Casa Ole for this stuff after leaving home in TX…..was SO happy to find the recipe (and it saved me a 1300 mile trip!).

    • Jenni S.

      I know what you mean! Used to get some at least once a week even if it was just picking up some sauce and chips to eat at work. Now I live in Oregon and there aren’t any Case Oles nearby.

  • Marsha D

    LOVE this!! i used LIME juice instead of lemon juice and I added one jalapeno for some heat….SO GOOD!!!

  • Taylor

    Use a can of hot rotel and change the green chilis for diced jalapenos gives it a little more kick. Great recipe though I live in California so no case ole for me thank you for adding

  • Barb

    Is this code for something?

  • michelle

    does anybody know how long this will last before going bad? a day? a week?

    • http://www.copykat.com Stephanie

      The Sharkie’s Casa Ola Green Sauce will last for a couple of days, I would toss it after 1 week.

  • Will

    Add some finely chopped cilantro and this nails it.

  • Lucy

    Oh my GOODNESS!!! It is better than theirs.

  • Amber

    YOUR AWESOME!!!!! THIS was amazing!!! I cant wait to share it with everyone THANK YOU SO MUCH!! You should try and figure out thier queso also!!! Anyway just wanted to let you know that i usually change recipies and make them my own but my hat is off to you I cant add or take away anything!!! THANK YOU. ( I will make it hotter by using a hotter rotel) But thats it. Thanks for giving me a taste of my home town!

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