For the most part, I eat heathy. Sometimes though I need a day to indulge in some good ol’ comfort food. My food of choice when I’m having a cheat day (or week) is definitely Hot Cheese Dip.
I’ve been making this recipe for so many years. It actually dates back to my teenage years when I first learned how to make it by watching my friend’s Mom. It was something she’d make for my best friend Shannon and I. We would sit down to a whole bowl and devour it in a matter of minutes. I wish I could still do that now but I have to moderate how much I eat. This dip is served hot and is amazing with your favorite bread or tortilla chips. You can make this dip as spicy or as mild as you want by swapping out the salsa that I’m recommending with whatever salsa is your favorite.
There are some foods that hold a special place in my heart. Do you have any special recipes that never get old no matter how long you’ve been making them? Leave your answer in the comments below!
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- 1.5 Pounds Spicy Sausage Links
- 8 oz Block of Velveeta Cheese
- 16 oz Salsa (my favorite brand is Screamin' Hot Salsa by Garden Fresh Gourmet)
- 2 Loaves of Your Favorite Bread (cut into cubes and/or slices)
- Remove the meat of the sausage from its casing and place in a pan. Cook at medium heat.
- While the sausage is cooking break it up into small pieces with a spoon and continue to break up the sausage as it continued to good.
- Cook the sausage until browned and fully cooked (about 15 minutes).
- Once the sausage is fully cooked drain excess oil from the sausage.
- Cut the Velveeta into thin squares.
- Add the Velveeta and Salsa to the pan with the sausage and continue to cook on medium/low heat.
- Cook until cheese is fully melted.
- Serve with your favorite bread.
Recipe provided by SimpleeKitchen.com
The Hot Cheese Dip can be served with your favorite bread, crackers, or chips.