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Ordinary Velveeta and Rotel, but with some interesting additions. A family favorite for football games on TV.

Ingredients

  • 1/2 Large Size Velveeta Processed Cheese
  • 1/2 Ground Breakfast Sausage
  • 1 Onion
  • 1 Bunch Cilantro
  • 1 Package Sliced Mushrooms (optional)
  • 1 Can "Original" Rotel
  • 1 Large Bag Tortilla Chips ... We prefer "Scoops" to get more queso per chip.

Method


<p>Open can of Rotal and pour into microwave-safe serving container. Open Velveeta and cut in half. Refrigerate one half and cut the other half into cubes and add to Rotel. Put into microwave for five minutes at "medium" setting .... say 5 on a scale of 1 to 10. At the end of five minutes, take out of microwave and stir the mixture. Return to microwave for another five minutes of cooking on medium.</p> <p>Cut ground sausage package into halves. Refrigerate or freeze one of the halves. Put other half into skillet and begin to cook, meanwhile mincing the sausage with a spatula. Continue to mince the sausage until it is in small pieces, like ground hamburger for a spaghetti sauce. Chop onion and add to sausage and cook until onion begins to be translucent. If you want to try the mushrooms (and I recommend it) add the mushrooms midway through the onion-cooking time. Chop a healthy portion of cilantro and add to sausage and onion (and mushrooms) and turn off heat.</p> <p>When microwave mixture is done, stir thoroughly and then add the skillet-cooked sausage and other ingredients to the melted cheese and rotel. Stir one more time, open the bag of chips, and turn on the TV. You are ready for some football.</p>

Recipe is courtesy of: My variation on a universal recipe for rotel cheese dip.

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Jim Wolgamott

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Jim Wolgamott

Influences: From Meat & Potatoes Farm-Style (Thanks Mom), to Arizona/Sonora Mexican, and Gulf Coast Cajun

Location: Houston is Home Base, but I work and live extensively internationally too.

Favorite Piece of Cooking Equipment: Summer - Outside BBQ (saves on A/C costs) and Winter - Oven (Saves on Heating Costs) Hey I'm an Engineer. I can't help it.

Favorite Recipes: Most Holiday Cooking ... Thank Goodness it's only twice a year. Any grilled quality meat or fish on the BBQ. Baked Potato Soup from Houston's. Goode Company BBQ Sauce (how does he do it?) I can't come close, even with the recipe in hand.

What else?