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This is a great dip. Have been making it for years. I don't drain the rotel though. great with baked tortilla chips or corn chips(our fav option)
Delicious and very easy to make. I also added garlic powder and 1/2 cup of shredded cheddar. I used hot Italian sausage and the dip was really good with Tostitos 'hint of jalapeno' scoop tortilla chips.
I used Hot Italian Sausage & Neufchatel cheese, thay was what I had on hand. A friend and I sat around talking, dipping tortilla chips, and drinking Red Ale. We ate the whole bowl. It was wonderful. THANX
Very nice dip! I used spicy breakfast sausage, and some italian hot sausage, and it was good and zingy. The cream cheese instead of cheddar or velveeta smoothed out the flavor quite a bit. I "dusted" the top with chipotle pepper powder, and it looked very festive, and tasted very nice. Good recipe, Bunkie - thanks!
A friend of mine who doesnt cook much brought this to my house for Super Bowl. I was completely impressed. Our menu for the evening consisted of Ham & Swiss sliders, Chicken wings, Chicken tenders, Croissant wrapped lil smokies, bacon wrapped chestnuts, vegetable tray with homemade blue cheese ,deviled eggs and this dip. It was the thing that kept drawing me in. I ate ALOT of it and ate the remaining dip for lunch the next day! I was actually really surprised when my friend told me it only had three ingredients!!!
I love this dip and haved made it for quite a few years. I put it in a small quart size crock pot and for a couple of hours and it stays warm.
Love making this for just a snack or even as a meal for just the two of us when we had a late lunch. My boyfriend, however, seems to prefer it with salsa instead of Rotel. But I absolutely love this Rotel version!
I love this dip! I make it at least once a month. I don't drain the Rotel though, and sometimes add a dash of garlic salt. Gooooood Stuff. :-)
Great recipe. I have one very similar, but mine has ranch mix added in (Hot Ranch Sausage Dip). It is soooo good. I like it both ways.
Everyone loves this dip. It's chunky, warm, and fattening... which makes it perfect for winter evenings. You can also mix everything together and bake for half an hour at 350 (if you already have your oven on), but I love the stove-top method. It's SO much faster! Thanks!