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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:
1/4/2013
My family of 5 guys all love this and always request it for game day or other get together totally worth the ten minutes.
posted:
3/21/2012
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!
posted:
3/3/2010
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!
posted:
12/16/2009
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.
posted:
10/26/2009
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.
posted:
10/25/2009
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!
posted:
10/24/2009
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!
posted:
10/22/2009
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 !
posted:
10/22/2009
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!
posted:
10/22/2009
Love it, easy and tastes great...
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