4 Reviews

VERRRRY tasty smooth the first time around; it did not reheat well for me at all -was very clumpy as leftovers. I suggest using a very small slow cooker, like a crockette. Mine started burning on the edges in the big crockpot and I followed the directions. BUT It was so yummy I will definitely make it again and serve with bread - or even perogies as suggested by another reviewer.

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Rachie P January 05, 2009

I made this dip to eat with tortilla chips but realized the day after that this dip went great with Perogies. Thanks for the recipe, we loved it.

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Jamama January 06, 2008

Fabulous football dip! We had it with fresh baked bread & tortilla chips, I think the tortilla chips added too much of a salt flavor, but with the bread it was delicious! One thing about this dip is that you have to keep it very hot, both while cooking and eating or else it turns into a paste like substance.

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Chef Stef 1280 October 22, 2006

All the guests seemed to like this and ate it all gone; though the cream seperated some affecting the texture - next time I think I'll add it gradually. The worcestershire and mustard really added great flavor! Thanks.

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4Susan July 05, 2006
Dip-A-De-Do-Da Hot Bacon Cheese Dip