Anita Cheese Dip

Anita Cheese Dip Recipe

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Anita Dentler

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@jesusismyfriend

Ever since i have been making this dip when we have potlucks here at me job i would be ask to bring it was a while back if you know what i mean everytime i brought my dip to work it won first place everytime so it is really good. I make it when we have church get togethers and everyone loves it most of them end up taking some home with them so i just want to say everyone enjoy o it is great for a meal in it self and great on hotdogs ymmmmmm.

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Serves:
10 to 12 People
Prep:
40 Min
Cook:
45 Min
Method:
Microwave

Ingredients

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  • 1
    pound of hamburger meat (lean)
  • 1
    pound of jimmy dean sausage(hot,mild,regular
  • 1
    box of velveeta cheese
  • 1
    big can of refried beans
  • 1
    can rotel { hot,mild,regular}
  • 1
    jar of pace pincante sauce (hot, mild, regular)
  • I
    jar of jalapenos ( the hotter the better put as many as you want for your own taste.
  • 2
    small cans of green chilies

How to Make Anita Cheese Dip

Step-by-Step

  1. Cook the Hamburger & Sausage together and then drain off any access fat.
  2. And while that is cooking mix everything else in a large bowl,cut your Velveeta into cubes & add it to your bowl and mix it,when the meat is done put it in your bowl and mix it all up.
  3. Me for this recipe i pour some of the jalapeno juice for some extra kick .Place the bowl in the micowave until all the cheese is melted and then enjoy ,make it as hot or mild as you like it .

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