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VELVEETA® Salsa Dip recipe
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This VELVEETA Salsa dip is super-simple to make and can be made into a chili dip or spicy Mexican salsa dip with easy substitutions.
10 min
10 min
20 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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My family of 5 guys all love this and always request it for game day or other get together totally worth the ten minutes.
Been making this recipe for years, and it has always been a family favorite. I got creative one night and played with this recipe some. Use the same recipe, but add one can of chili with no beans for a different take on this dish!
I've seen this recipe around for years and I've had it several times at parties but never made it myself. I made it for the first time last week and I'm positive I will make it many times over - it was so easy. I have the ingredients on hand most of the time and what we didn't finish, I used as filling for quesadillas the next day. Oh, and the most important thing - it tastes great!
This was delicious and a huge hit at a party I had....I added 1 lb of ground beef to it to make it more filling. I do suggest, though, that you should put it in a crockpot or something like that (I used my mini dipper crockpot and gave it a quick stir every half hour) to keep it constantly warm; otherwise it cools rather quickly and does not look that appetizing.
I have been making this since Velveeta was invented. Can not figure out who was putting spinach in this with a can of artichokes. I think someone got their recipes mixed up.
Been making this for YEARS - use Rotel it's better. Also, the Velveeta is great, but can get a bit "cheesy" if that makes any sense:)... add cream cheese to take away some of the "bite".. mellows it out. and definitely add a pound of sausage instead of ground beef!
This is a great recipe, but, to make it even better...brown up about a pound of ground beef and add some onions to the beef while cooking. Once browned and drained, add to the cheese mixture and serve with sliced french bread!
This recipe is great. I have been making it for years. I add one pound ground hot sausage and onions browned and drained and one jar mild salsa. Or I will add one pound ground regular sausage and onions browned and drained and one jar hot salsa. You cannot use a better cheese than Velveeta for any cheese dish. My recipe has been copied by many of my friends for parties. They love it !
I usually make this dip with Rotel instead of salsa, but both are great. One thing I do differently is that I start with 2-3 tbsp. of butter and about 1/2 of a medium chopped onion, microwaving them for 2-3 minutes before adding the cheese and then the Rotel. Makes a big difference and it's delicious! The onions make it better!
Love it, easy and tastes great...
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