|The Great Minnesota Hot Dish|
|by Theresa Millang|
Called casseroles in most parts of the country, the Minnesota Hot Dish really does come in more varieties than noodles, tuna and crushed potato chips.
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Melt cream cheese, ... until smooth. Add seasonings. Fold in crabmeat and transfer to chafing dish. Serve with Ritz crackers or plain rounds of melba toast.
Cook hamburger and ... melted. Pour into chafing dish and serve with ... lean ground beef, drain all fat. Use light cream cheese to lower fat and calories.
Midnight supper, perhaps ... good use any chafing dish or electric skillet. ... them out to dip into zesty sauces ... them out and dips into the sauces ... hot, continue as above.
Combine ingredients in ... in oblong microwave dish. Cook on ... minutes. Place in chafing dish to keep ... spear meat balls. Dip in Hot Savory Dip. Yield: About 60.
In chafing dish or skillet, melt ... thoroughly. Serve from a chafing dish, fondue pot, or individual bowls as dip for meats. Serve ... and salad. Serves 8.
In saucepan combine ... pot or small chafing dish. Keep warm ... chafing dish burner. Add water to thin, as necessary. Serve with chips. Makes about 2 cups.
In chafing dish melt 1 stick ... Add cream cheese and the juice from clams. Mix thoroughly and add clam and warm in chafing dish. Serve warm with crackers.
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