queso (cheese dip)

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Master of the Pit
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May 5, 2007
standing over the pit- kentucky
1 block of velveeta,1/2 jimmy dean sausage(smoked if ya want),1/2 cup sliced jalapenos(deseeded),1 cup salsa(brand of choice) or 1 can of rotels,4 tbsp minced smoked garlic. put in crock pot on low & serve when bubbly.you can add milk to make it creamier. serve w/ tostitos scoops or pour over diced fajita tacos.
yes rotels are canned diced tomotoes w/ green chiles. you can get mild,medium,original,or burn yer pooter hot. usually found w/ in canned tomatoe/spaghetti sauce isle.or use fresh ingredients.
rotels are the way to go,, Use them in sauces and stews, Just adjust the heat by buying the right "temp" can, Can use one can to change the flavor of a spagehti or anything else. easy to use and very flavorful.
Ahhh I think all the ones I've seen are ... damn I am bad at names Ortega? No - that company with the yellow label with red trim and the green cactus.
omg- i may actually teach mom something ??? .................can't wait to do my jals fer salsa and on to my beerthen she'll school me on that..... yes mom - i know great salsa.....
ps debi- i don't care what anyone says... if ya sautee or simmer rotels- they get warmer....you'll get some of my queso in summersville if y can come - i'll have alll the details up tomorrow.
This is really big in the southwest, the flavor is a little better than Rotel. Maybe because they use green chile from the famous HATCH, New Mexico area. They are very close... your all..
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