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Old 09-03-2012, 11:56 AM   #1
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I got this recipe from a buddies wife and I take it to most every event I go to. Great stuff.

1 tube of Sausage (12oz./1lb) (Original or Spicy)
2 8oz bricks of Cream Cheese
2 10oz cans of Rotel Original - Diced Tomatoes and Green Chile's (using mild kills the flavor)

Cook the sausage and drain off fat. Over medium heat add in the cream cheese and Rotel to the sausage, melt it all down and simmer for 10 min. Serve & enjoy.

I don't have any photos of it, but I will make it soon. I like it with tortilla chips, for leftovers it works great with scrambled eggs to make breakfast burritos!
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Bring some to Dom's!
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Haha, I think I can do that
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How much (by weight) is "one tube" of sausage?
What is Rotel Original?
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Rotel appears to be canned tomatoes and chilies.

www.ro-tel.com
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Rotel appears to be canned tomatoes and chilies.

www.ro-tel.com
Yep. Found it and posting an image here for others.

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Sounds really good!
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How much (by weight) is "one tube" of sausage?
12oz or 1lb
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12oz or 1lb


I would think the 1 lb. would be better and provide a chunkier dip.
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Sounds great I make a similar dip using sausage, salsa, cream of mushroom soup and velveeta.
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I lb of sausage, 1 can of rotel, 1 can of campbell's Cheddar Cheese soup (no water added) Cook and crumble the sausage. Empty soup into glass bowl, heat in microwave for a minute. Stir. add can of rotel. Heat for another minute. Add the cooked sausage to mix, stir. Heat another minute. It's ready to eat.

If you want it hotter, use hot sausage or hot rotel. If you want it less chunky, (which I prefer) you can grind up the rotel. I use an immersion blender for this (easier clean-up), but a blender would also work.
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Sounds phenomenal!
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I got this recipe from a buddies wife and I take it to most every event I go to. Great stuff.

1 tube of Sausage (12oz./1lb) (Original or Spicy)
2 8oz bricks of Cream Cheese
2 10oz cans of Rotel Original - Diced Tomatoes and Green Chile's (using mild kills the flavor)

Cook the sausage and drain off fat. Over medium heat add in the cream cheese and Rotel to the sausage, melt it all down and simmer for 10 min. Serve & enjoy.

I don't have any photos of it, but I will make it soon. I like it with tortilla chips, for leftovers it works great with scrambled eggs to make breakfast burritos!
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I didn't want this recipe to go to the archives yet!

Q;What do you mean by this."using mild kills the flavor". Should one use mild or not? What flavor does it kill? I don't know if this is a good or a bad thing.

This dip sounds great and I plan on whipping up a batch tomorrow.
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Q;What do you mean by this."using mild kills the flavor". Should one use mild or not? What flavor does it kill? I don't know if this is a good or a bad thing.

This dip sounds great and I plan on whipping up a batch tomorrow.
Part of this dip is the little heat that comes with it, using mild rotel mutes that and it just becomes so bland it's almost not worth eating, now that's just me, my wife's family prefers it this way but they can't handle heat. I would say to just use original rotel. I forgot to mention that you should drain the rotel as well. hope that helps clear some things up
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Perfect, Thanks Brendon
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Let me know what you think! I am making it up Friday night for Dom's Herf & BBQ Saturday.
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The whole family loved it!



Thanks Brendon! I will make this for the boys at work soon too.
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Wow Jared, that looks amazing! Stunning photos, if you have any left scramble some eggs and make breakfast burritos
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