Manly Sausage Dip

"Guys don't wanna snack on raw veggies and hummus. They want fried chips dipped in hot meat and cheese! Serve the guys this dip with corn tortilla chips, potato chips or crackers, but for heaven's sake, NOT raw veggies!"
 
Manly Sausage Dip created by Parsley
Ready In:
15mins
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  • In a saucepan, brown and crumble sausage with the green onion until sausage is no longer pink. Drain.
  • Return sausage mixture to saucepan. Add remaining ingredients. Cook and stir over med-low heat until heated through and cheeses melted.
  • Serve hot with their favorite dippers. Or just give them each a spoon. ;).
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  1. Tiffany T.
    Try with Half Cheddar/ Half Havarti, Swiss or Pepper jack for a spicy alternative.
     
  2. startnover
    This was very good. It was more like a 4-1/2 than 5 for me because the second the heat was off it started to thicken up a lot. It had very good flavor. I doubled it and used 1 can of tomatoes and 1 of rotel. I also used fresh garlic which was awesome. Fun new recipe, thanks.
     
  3. TheeBadMonkey
    AS un-manly as veggies might be, I put this into large mushroom caps that have been buttered and broiled for a couple of minutes. Add the extra cheese on top, then broil slightly more. Manly AND elegant!
     
  4. h.uecker
    Thanks for the great receipe. I modified the receipe slightly...I used Rotel tomatoes instead of the regular diced tomatoes and I also used cajun seasoning instead of the cumin and crushed red pepper flakes which gave it a kick. Very simple to make but very tasty.
     
  5. h.uecker
    Thanks for the great receipe. I modified the receipe slightly...I used Rotel tomatoes instead of the regular diced tomatoes and I also used cajun seasoning instead of the cumin and crushed red pepper flakes which gave it a kick. Very simple to make but very tasty.
     
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