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VELVEETA® Salsa Dip

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.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
20 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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posted:
2/16/2006
What a winner in my house. I will make this at my next family get together since it literally only takes 5 minutes to make this delicious appetizer. Thanks Kraft.
posted:
2/3/2006
I have made this recipe for years and it always goes over very well.I would suggest that you use rotel instead of the salsa(much better taste)and add hamburger meat or sausage for an even better dip
posted:
2/2/2006
Wonderful recipe. Thank you BHG!
posted:
2/1/2006
This recipe is always a hit but I noticed no one mentioned a key ingredient I always use- a can of chilli beans + the italian sausage makes it SO good!! Also, I've had it served on those small loaves of rye bread & baked @ like 350-375 for about 10 minues I think (you may want to watch it)- easy finger food & the crunch of the bread makes it very tasty.
posted:
2/1/2006
02-01-06--char1- I love this recipe. I add Owens pan sausage, fried, and drained. 1- can of cream of mushroom soup, and sautaed onions. I have also added Jalapenos to add spicy. Delicious !!!
posted:
2/1/2006
I really enjoy this dip. I do add a pound of ground beef to the dip and it really goes fast. I make it on a slow cooker so while the cheese melts I am browning the meat. I highly recommend it. Yadhira
posted:
2/1/2006
This was a great recipe. I hope you do not mind I changed it slightly by adding 1 pound of lean ground beef. I browned the ground beef first, drained off the excess fat, then mixed the rest of the ingredients together and served it warm. Everyone loves it.
posted:
1/31/2006
I often include this on my Baked Potato Bar. It's a perfect topper for the potato, as well as the other items I include such as, cooked broccoli or chile.
posted:
1/31/2006
I added some ground venison. Browned first, of course. Italian sausage would be good also. Bring up the heat. Football guys love jalapenos.
posted:
1/31/2006
I add deer chili to mine. It's a favorite with family and at work. It adds just enough spice and flavor. Yumm!
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