Make this crowd-pleasing Queso dive on Super Bowl Sunday
As a mom and wife of soccer fanatics, I've learned never to underestimate Game day snacks. I like football, but luck on game day is more than a good solution or an epic touchdown. It's a tasty queso bowl. Super Ball Game (or any football game) without queso is like drinking my morning coffee without cream. I just can't do it. To satisfy my queso obsession, I have a yummy queso recipe that turns out good every time. Friends and family tomorrow too!
I share with you my fun of the game day. Follow the easy to prepare dip recipe below.
Game day Queso
- Velveeta, 16 oz., Cubes
- 1 jar of Leiga Oliver's white Queso
- 1 can Rotel diced tomatoes and green chili
- 1 pound Chorizo, ground and boiled
Step 1: Cut the Velveet block in half. Put half in the refrigerator and trim the other half into small cubes. Then cook the chorizo in a pan until completely cooked.
Step 2: Melt the Velveet cubes in the sauce pan on the stove. Stir Velveeta so it does not burn at the bottom of the pan. When it is almost completely melted, add a jar of white queso, a can of Rotel tomatoes and half of the boiled Chorizo. Save the rest of Chorizo for tomorrow's breakfast.
Step 3: Mix the ingredients together and put the strands in a container. It is best served in a mini croquet as it will stay warm and nice. Otherwise, you need to keep heating it.
Step 4: Top with black beans and guacamole for extra flavor. Enjoy!