This is a guest post from Elizabeth
L. on behalf of Queso for All. Check out
www.quesoforall.com to find the original recipe for queso dip,
along with other fun queso goodness.
Personalize Your Queso Dip!
dip is pretty simple, right? Microwave
some RO*TEL and Velveeta, and you’re done—instant cheesy goodness. Why stop there, though? You can try out all sorts of different
ingredients in your queso dip. There
were some great dip recipes on Sweet Little Bluebird recently, so let’s add
some more! Check out the following queso
RO*TEL® Original Diced Tomatoes & Green Chilies, undrained
1 lb. (16 oz.) Velveeta®, cut into ½-inch cubes
bowl and microwave for 5 minutes on HIGH.
Now, you’re ready to mix and match:
using strips of garlic bread for dipping instead of chips. Regular bread sticks would work, too.
has a subtle flavor that pairs perfectly with spicy food so it would also be a
perfect replacement for the traditional tortilla chip.
fresh tomatoes and then sauté in a pan.
The tomatoes are then ready to be thrown into the dip itself.
have any leftover steak, just slice the meat into thin pieces, heat, and add to
the queso dip.
Potatoes, Bacon, and Sour Cream—Craving a loaded baked potato? Mix a diced baked potato, crumbled cooked
bacon, and sour cream into your queso dip for a delicious appetizer.
Chicken Sausage or Grilled Bratwurst—Cooked chicken sausage or grilled bratwurst can be sliced
and added to your queso dip for a meatier version of the original queso dip.
spinach so that it’s slightly wilted.
Now it’s ready to go into the pre-prepared queso dip.
you ever make your own customized queso dip?
Tell us all about your homemade queso recipe,
and you could have your queso dip featured on our website!