|Japanese Cooking: A Simple Art|
|by Shizuo Tsuji|
Japanese food continues to grow in popularity in the United States. Yet enjoyment of Japanese cooking is still largely limited to an occasional ni...
Results 1 - 10 of 297 for velveeta hot dip
Brown meat until ... grease. Meanwhile cut Velveeta into small cubes. ... well. Best when dip is hot or kept warm. ... tacos or burritos, or even omlettes.
Brown together ground ... variations, you can use 1 lb Velveeta and 1 lb Mexican or hot sausage instead of regular, or hot Rotel tomatoes instead of regular.
Pour milk and cheese into saucepan. Let it melt over medium-low heat. Stir in salsa until well combined. Season to taste with garlic or onion powder, ...
Combine all ingredients ... taco chips. This dip is a great ... Also makes omelettes special or pour over a hamburger party for a different change of pace.
In a skillet ... or your favorite chip. This recipe yields approximately 1 quart of dip. Great for parties. (A mini crock pot is ideal for this recipe.)
Soften cream cheese to room temperature. Spread cream cheese to evenly cover bottom of pie plate. Spread chili evenly over cream cheese. Sprinkle ...
Brown sausage and hamburger and drain. Saute onions until transparent but not browned. Cut up cheese into 2 inch chunks. Put all ingredients into a ...
Melt wine and ... add mayonnaise, horseradish, hot pepper sauce (optional). ... be canned in small jars. Also it keeps quite awhile in the refrigerator.
In a skillet, ... or bowl. Cut Velveeta cheese in chunks ... and microwave on high until all cheese is melted. Stir and serve as a dip with tortilla chips.
Combine all ingredients in saucepan; cook over medium heat until cheese melts, stirring often. Serve warm with tortilla chips.
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