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Thread: Yummy Queso Dip

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    Yummy Queso Dip

    This was a dip that was being served the last time I was in our Sam's Club, and I think it's delicious!

    1 lb. ground turkey
    1 can Ro*Tel tomatoes with chilis
    1 lb. Velveeta

    Brown the turkey in a fry pan. Drain, if necessary. (Mine was very lean and didn't need it)
    Pour in the tomatoes (undrained)
    Cube up the Velveeta and add.

    Stir over medium-low heat until all is melted together.
    Serve with Tostitos Scoops

    This can be reheated in the microwave if you take it to a function.

    Good enough to be eaten with a spoon.

    I suppose you could add some hot sauce or chopped jalapenos if you like it spicier! I could even eat this over a baked potato for something different. (Can you tell I like it???)
    Sue

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    Sounds yummy - gotta try this one. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkiris View Post
    This was a dip that was being served the last time I was in our Sam's Club, and I think it's delicious!

    1 lb. ground turkey
    1 can Ro*Tel tomatoes with chilis
    1 lb. Velveeta

    Brown the turkey in a fry pan. Drain, if necessary. (Mine was very lean and didn't need it)
    Pour in the tomatoes (undrained)
    Cube up the Velveeta and add.

    Stir over medium-low heat until all is melted together.
    Serve with Tostitos Scoops

    This can be reheated in the microwave if you take it to a function.

    Good enough to be eaten with a spoon.

    I suppose you could add some hot sauce or chopped jalapenos if you like it spicier! I could even eat this over a baked potato for something different. (Can you tell I like it???)
    Sue I do this same recipe, just a tad different. I use the Velvetta, and I use hot or reg. (your preference sausage, )browned and drained, and 1 can of golden mushroom soup, I also like the hotter Rotel in mine. If you have any left it will also freeze.This is my son's favorite, and I have a crockpot full every time he comes home, which now is only twice a year.

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