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Friday, September 17, 2010

Game Day Cheese Dip

So, while my Sis has been diligently posting healthful recipes, I decided it was time for an "artery clogger." Just kidding. But we have to get a little crazy sometimes, right? Last Saturday we had a football game get together at our house and I found a recipe on chow hound I just had to try! It's super easy and I modified it only slightly to fit our tastes and needs. You cook it in a crock pot and my only suggestion would be to serve it from the crock pot as well, in order to keep the dip warm and gooey!

In a saute pan over medium high heat cook for about 3 minutes:
1 cup non-alchoholic beer(I used O'douls, the chowhound recipe calls for real beer:)
1/2 cup chopped green onions

In a large bowl mix together:
3 cups freshly grated monterey jack cheese
3 cups freshly grated medium cheddar cheese
1 tablespoon taco seasoning
2 tablespoons flour

Put cooked beer and green onion mixture into the crock pot set to low heat. Followed by the cheese mixture.
1 15 oz can original Nalley Chili
1 tablespoon chipotle paste
With a large spoon mix all of the contents in the crock pot together. It will take anywhere from 20-30 minutes for the cheese to melt completely and become irresistibly gooey!

hand model is my wonderful friend Breanna
image by Kar


BeMePhotography said...

haha I just laughed out loud. My hand looks wrinkly!
Yummo dip...addicting...

Anonymous said...

Making this today but using Rouge chipotle beer! extra heat is good around here, very cold in Jersey today! Our super market had the chipotle paste, but it was 7.99. I hope this is good, i need to use up all $7.99 of this paste!

Kar said...

I hope you like it! I have a pulled pork recipe that calls for chipotle paste and a salad dressing! They are both on the blog! It seems so weird that it's cold in New's still 85 here!:) Let me know how your dip turns out!

Haley and Lance (but probably just Haley) said...

If you run out of hand models... I could also be a mouth model, or any other type of model that would require eating the food. Can't wait to make this delicious-looking dip.

EmJay said...

That looks so delish! And I do have to say Bree has the most beautifully manicured hands/nails :)

Anonymous said...

Dip was so frickin good! I think the darker spicy beer was better than odouls, (it is so pale)..everyone loved it and wants this website. My husband wants more of this (cheese) and less beet salads! ha. what a goof.

Anonymous said...

Made this last night with Blue Moon pumpkin beer. good.