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Famous Queso Dip

Famous Queso Dip recipe
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It's famous for a reason. This game-day queso dip is not only a creamy, delicious appetizer—it may be one of the best reasons for football to exist.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
24 servngs, 2 Tbsp. each
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posted:
1/27/2005
I added a little twist to this recipe. I added 1 lb. of spicy breakfast sausage (browned & drained) and heated all the ingredients in a crock pot (slow cooker). I served it with Fritos' Scoops and Tostitos. It was a hit!!!!
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8/5/2004
A classic and a quick dip for last minute.
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3/17/2004
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1/31/2004
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1/29/2004
My mother in law told me to try this recipe with some hot sausage or ground beef added in. I tried it with the hot sausage to add a little kick ... it was awesome!!!
posted:
1/28/2004
I add 1 can fiesta nacho cheese soup to add a little more. I get requests to make this for everything!
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1/6/2004
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8/16/2003
This recipe is so easy. I have loved it from childhood. Over the years we have modified the recipe by adding other ingredients such as meat, but I have made a recent modification that I think is well worth trying. Try the can of brand name tomato/green chili combination with the 'chili fixin's' spices added. It may be a bit spicy for some so just add a little at a time. You won't be sorry you tried it. DELICIOUS!
posted:
4/28/2003
This is a family favorite from when I was a little girl. We always cooked a pound of sausage, and a pound of hamburger and then added them to the rotel, and let it simmer in a crockpot till the Velveeta was all melted. We would eat it as a meal!!! So, if your looking for some variety in your rotel dip..try this!!
posted:
3/8/2003
I make this all the time..I find that using Rotel diced tomatoes works best..You can get them mild or hot..pour in the tomatoes and some of the juice..depending on how thick and spicy you want it...Great dip
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