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    Simple Nacho Cheese Dip

    This one is easy to do and is pretty good too.

    All you need is:
    2lbs of Velveeta
    1 4oz can of Ortega Diced Jalapenos
    1 can of Black Olives
    Cayanne Pepper (to taste)

    Slice the olives and save the olive juice. Melt the Velveeta in a saucepan then add the entire can of jalapenos with it's juice (you can use the olive juice to help thin it out some). Add the cayanne (as much or little as you like) and let it simmer for 10-20 minutes but be sure to stir it constantly so it doesn't scorch (nasty!!). Enjoy with whatever chips you like!!

    Oh yea, it gets better after a couple of days in the fridge!
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    Texans and Mexicans alike are shaking their heads in unison over this.


    2lbs of Velveeta

    I am too.... And I am Danish!!!

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    Go ahead and try another type of cheese if you want. What type of cheese do you think they use on nachos at the stadium?
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    Agree that Velveta is not exactly the best cheese for nacho dip, but most folks like it.

    Here is another way: Melt velveta, add one (or two) cans of Rotel peppers. Stir until blended. Great dip!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ga-hvac-tech View Post
    Agree that Velveta is not exactly the best cheese for nacho dip, but most folks like it.

    Here is another way: Melt velveta, add one (or two) cans of Rotel peppers. Stir until blended. Great dip!
    I add spicy sausage to this also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by razorback View Post
    I add spicy sausage to this also.
    Lady I dated a while back made it that way, very good!
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    Velveeta taste good and it makes a good "cheesey sause" but it ain't cheese. Sorry. Mostly vegetable oil.

    Get a block of Cabot if you want cheese.

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    '''Agree that Velveta is not exactly the best cheese for nacho dip,''''

    Recommendation please?

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    Velveta and Pace Picante sauce. mmmmm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chadcar View Post
    Velveta and Pace Picante sauce. mmmmm.
    THAT IS MY NORM!!! I sometimes spice it up a bit with diced halepenos, diced green chilies, and ''''la costena'''' that is a mexican version of 'pace' that I buy at mexican stores here in Texas. I am open to other opinions.

    'Plate nachos' are also killer, try this: Spread chips on plate, slice velveeta in thin strips across all, top with diced mild green chiles[jalepenos if you gather the taste for hot]. Microwave about 2 minutes, watch for cheese to be melted. We like the same caso, so you will probably like this favorite of mine also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tool-Slinger View Post
    '''Agree that Velveta is not exactly the best cheese for nacho dip,''''

    Recommendation please?

    Ummm... How about... "Nacho Cheese"?

    The Taqueria near my house uses a mixture of cheddar, quesadilla, and cojito cheese and it rocks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oloenneker View Post
    Ummm... How about... "Nacho Cheese"?

    The Taqueria near my house uses a mixture of cheddar, quesadilla, and cojito cheese and it rocks!!
    ''''''''Ummm... How about... "Nacho Cheese"?'''''''

    I'll look for that at the local 'taqueria' they probably have it, that is where I get the la-constena'.

    LOL, Thanks!

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    It says "simple" nacho cheese. My Aunts make it with Cheeze Whiz

    and I never knew and liked it. When I found out I was like "WTF????? They still make that crap?"
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