San Antonio Queso Recipe

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    San Antonio Queso
    Large Block of Velveeta Cheese
    1 pound of hamburger or sausage or both (cooked)
    2 cans Rotel Tomatoes (mild, medium or hot)

    Best to mix in a crockpot so the cheese will not burn. Melt on low and add browned hamburger or sausage along with Rotel Tomatoes.

    Serve with Tortilla Chips. So easy and cheesy-Great for the cool weather and football!

    Gail
     

    Lumberjack98

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    Sounds great and thanks for sharing.

    Here's mine:

    1 large block of 2% Velveeta
    1 package (tube) of Jimmy Dean low fat pork sausage (cooked and crumbled)
    2 cans of mexican rotel (do not drain the juice from it)
    1 small onion chopped fine
    chopped cilantro (my wife likes LOTS of this)

    Here's what I think makes it taste the best.

    Warm it slowly in a crockpot. Let it cool and then refrigerate for several hours or a day. Then re-warm it.
     

    Very Texas

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    Hi Lumberjack 98-
    This version sounds like a winner. Thanks for sharing.

    Here's mine:

    1 large block of 2% Velveeta
    1 package (tube) of Jimmy Dean low fat pork sausage (cooked and crumbled)
    2 cans of mexican rotel (do not drain the juice from it)
    1 small onion chopped fine
    chopped cilantro (my wife likes LOTS of this)

    Here's what I think makes it taste the best.

    Warm it slowly in a crockpot. Let it cool and then refrigerate for several hours or a day. Then re-warm it.[/quote]
     

    mac79912

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    I wish I could eat this stuff.The Army's bland food they served me turned me into a mucho gringo.
     

    Shorts

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    mmmm I haven't made queso dip in a while. The weather is turning cold and this sound like a great yummy warm treat! Off to the commissary!
     
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