Beef and Cheese Dip



Beef & Cheese Dip

Items needed:

2 pounds Ground Beef

¼ cup Onion (finely diced)

1 Tablespoon Olive Oil

1 (16-ounce) jar Medium Salsa

1 (2-pound) box Velveeta Cheese (cubed)

Tortilla Chips

In a large pan, add olive oil and turn to medium heat. Once hot, sauté onion for 1 minute. Add 

ground beef and cook until no longer pink, then drain. Combine ground beef, salsa and velveeta

 cheese in a crock pot. Cook on high for 1 hour stirring occasionally. Serve with tortilla chips.


33 comments:

  1. Now this is my kind of meal! I love everything Mexican and my cousin brought this to a family potluck. Now I know how to make it!

    Stopping by from the SITS tribe.

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  2. Yummm, so glad not to be new to your blog or I would be upset at everything I would be missing out on!
    I am part of your SITS tribe too

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  3. This sounds amazing. It's totally perfect for the super bowl party we are having. I bet it goes in a flash!

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  4. Wow, sounds amazing! I pinned this post so I can find it again and make this on the weekend!! Thanks for sharing and I am checking you out as a Tribe member from SITS!

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  5. This beef and cheese dip would make the husband so happy! He adores his cheese dips! And this one sounds amazing!

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  6. i make a dip similar to this but with a little kick of spice. Wishing I had some right now after seeing this.

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  7. This sounds like something I would not mind eating up all by myself (of course I would make a smaller portion)-and would have to make it on the stove top--but that hasn't stopped me yet!

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  8. I make a dip similar to this, but I will have to try this one. My daughter loves dips like this.

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  9. My mom used to make a dip similar to this. Its so yummy! Yours look delicious too!

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  10. yummy my dad would love this dip for sure he loves anything beef and cheese

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  11. YUM! I've got some chicken tacos on the menu this week, and this dip would pair fabulously!

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  12. This sounds like a great dip to make for a super bowl party!

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  13. This looks so yummy and delicious! I'm sure everyone would just love it. I pinned it so I can do it later on when I have everything I need.

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  14. Lol, Literally - I feel I was able to drool seeing this. Or maybe I am just starving lol!

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  15. That looks SO yummy! Great Super Bowl snack!

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  16. I love this dip! We make it all the time! Great for family movie night in my house!

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  17. THat is going to be great at our Super Bowl Party. I am creating my menu now so perfect timing.

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  18. The dip looks yummy, I can use this for my birthday party I am hosting.

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  19. Brilliant site - dropped by as part of the SITS tour and just love your work. Nice to meet you.

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  20. That looks amazing i will give it a go i am sure we will all love it thanks for sharing :-)

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  21. I love dips! This would be perfect for our upcoming super bowl-thanks!

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  22. What a yummy dip, never had one with beef in it. Looks delicious, yum!

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  23. This dip looks delicious. It will make a great addition to any Super Bowl party.

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  24. You're going to end up with an empty bowl of that for sure. Looks fantastic!

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  25. That looks delicious! I'd make it with ground turkey because I'm not a beef eater, but I'm sharing it with my boyfriend who loves meat.

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  26. From BabsProjects.com: This recipe looks good but I don't eat beef. I would try this with ground chicken instead.

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  27. The recipe is amazing, I only need tortilla chips to enjoy. My guys will be happy to try it.

    Fan R @TeddyOutReady

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  28. This sounds amazing. I think it would be fun to serve something like this at a super bowl party, or for a guy's get-together!

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  29. I'm not really a big meat eater. I wonder if I can make this with chicken. It looks yummy

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  30. We love any kind of Mexican style dip. We like to use Velveeta and extra hot homemade canned salsa together. I would love to try this, too.

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  31. This looks so good!! I would probably leave the onions out, but I think I could it all myself :)

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  32. My kids love been dips but I don't make them that often because I don't like the gassy after effects of the boys in this house.

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