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This was such an awesome dip we really enjoyed this flavorful dip and it was super easy to make. Made as directed didnt change a thing. Served with tostitos scoops.This recipe makes a lot,and I will definately serve this to guests in the future-its that good.:)thnks!PeggyLynn

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Peggy Lynn October 12, 2005

This was a life saver. I had to bring something for a potluck and this was just the ticket. Easy and good. Thanks for sharing.

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FriscoBay April 29, 2013

Very simple to make after forgetting about a lunch potluck >_<. Everyone love it. Thank you.

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Tarteausucre March 23, 2010

We had this as part of a Sunday night dinner. It was a big hit. I have tried a bunch of these Veleveeta dips and I think this is my all time favorite. I did forget to add the sour cream. It came together very quickly because I had some browned beef in the freezer. I just put the frozen beef in a saucepan with the onions and garlic. After a few minutes I added the rest of the ingredients and kept on medium low until it was all heated through. I will make this again.

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Margie99 March 22, 2010

I halved the recipe and took it to a small office party. Everyone loved it. I turned the "heat" up a little with chopped jalapenos, a little hot sauce, and a dash of cayenne. ~Joe

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jbsa November 01, 2008

I knew this was going to be good even though I've never tried Velveeta before. Halved the recipe and used the tiny Rival crock pot... then couldn't keep my husband's paws out of it long enough to get a decent shot! Thank you, Stacy, wherever you are, for yet another great dish.

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Sandi (From CA) October 28, 2008

I added about 4oz of cream cheese to the recipe and and about 7oz of pico de gallo when it was all done and couldnt have been happier with this dip. Great recipe thanks!

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GotBoxer? October 27, 2008

Very filling! I used 1 1/2 lbs gr. beef, and Salsa Pronto for the salsa so it was around 15 oz of salsa, and upped the taco seasoning to 1 1/2 pkgs. I prepared this all in my skillet turned down low to melt the cheese. Served w/ Doritos Collision Zesty Taco/Chipotle Ranch chips.

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lets.eat March 19, 2008

definitely a keeper, can use any kind of ground meat in this and any heat of salsa and it turns out great everytime. Thanks Stacky

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sexygrneyes777 February 20, 2008

soo good! we had ZERO left overs because we ate it all. Very easy! but i used Goat burger instead of ground chuck.

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RissaBeth January 29, 2008
Crock Pot Taco Dip