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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:
1/30/2005
I add a pound of hot sausage---YUM!!! Everyone loves it! There is never any left!
posted:
1/29/2005
I like to add a small can of refried beans to this , we love it.
posted:
1/28/2005
This recipe is also wonderful substituting plain Velveeta; sometimes I use 2 cans of Ro-Tel. For meat lovers, adding browned ground beef or ground turkey adds a whole different twist. Friends and co-workers have commented that they can't stop eating it!
posted:
1/28/2005
My family has made this for every Aggie football game since i have been alive (23years) except we add either mild or spicy cooked ground sausage and I personally like to add a little bit of chili power and cumin. We also use the frito scoop chips and tortilla chips for serving.
posted:
1/28/2005
My family adds 1 lb of italian or regular sausage browned and rinsed. It's quick and easy and I never have leftovers!
posted:
1/28/2005
Quick, easy, no mess recipe, that everyone loves. You can adapt to make more spicy or even mild. Can use most any type of chip that will hold sauce. We like to put in crock pot with a large bag of corn chips and stick pretzels. All you need is small bowls (disposable, of course) and some spoons to get the very last little bit out of the bowl and you are all set. Veggies work too.
posted:
1/27/2005
This is one of our FAVORITES ... we do it slightly different at times however, which is also very good. Instead of the Ro=Tel we substitue with a can of Mexican Style Stewed Tomatoes and we use taco "dipper" chips. This is a great recipe. Guys love it ... perfect for Superbowl Sunday!
posted:
1/27/2005
We love this recipe. It finds itself on top of everything from Nachos to chili in our house. Sometimes we add chopped jalapena peppers for a very spicy dip. Plain Velveeta can be used for those in the crowd that don't want it too peppery. Easy, quick, good and adjustable for various tastes. Can't beat that.
posted:
1/27/2005
I prefer this recipe with regular Velveeta. (The Rotel has plenty of kick to it.) I also make it with Velveeta Light and don't notice any difference using this reduced fat version.
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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