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Sandy's Cheese

I don't know who "Sandy" is, but when I asked for this recipe at a party, that was the title written down. It's really yummy.

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  • Preheat oven to 350F degrees.
  • In a skillet, melt butter and saute onion until onion is translucent.
  • Add remaining ingredients and mix well.
  • Place in a small baking dish and bake for 20 minutes.
  • Serve warm with an assortment of crackers.
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"I don't know who "Sandy" is, but when I asked for this recipe at a party, that was the title written down. It's really yummy."
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  1. mamaof3kidz
    I'm with vegassnowbird on this one. Mine ended up looking like curdled milk in 2 cups of vegetable oil. I didn't even try it because it looked so nasty. I think maybe what went wrong is, I didn't use "old" cheese like the recipe calls for. I just used regular shredded mild cheddar.
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  2. vegassnowbird
    I tried this cheese. It turned out very oily. Too bad. I ended up throwing it out.
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  3. riffraff
    Made this for a get together and it was the first thing gone on the buffet. The guys loved it, the kidsloved it. I used sweet onion, low fat mayo and cracked black pepper crackers. Everyone thought it was a complicated dish, who knew 4 ingredients could turn out so well.
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  4. Miss Diggy
    This dip is way beyond five stars....possibly ten!!! I was a little skeptical about it, but I needed things that were quick and easy and this fit the bill. This was the first thing to go out of everything I had (atleast 5 other dips). I used the Best Foods Mayo and a sweet onion. THanks for a dip that I will defintely use tons!!!
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  5. Lennie
    I don't know who "Sandy" is, but when I asked for this recipe at a party, that was the title written down. It's really yummy.
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