rotel

Discussion in 'The BOC Diner' started by rasmotherman, Jul 2, 2009.

  1. rasmotherman

    rasmotherman New Member

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    a great dip that'll fill ya up

    1 can rotel (original is fine, hot is better)
    1 lb velveta cheese
    1 lb hamburger

    1) cut cheese into 1" by 1" chunks. add 1/4 cup of milk and heat on medium untill melted.

    2)brown hamburg (i add some seasonings but it isnt necessary)

    3) open rotel

    4)mix it all together.

    Eat while warm (mine dont last long enough to cool)
    I use fritos scoops but some like doritos with it.
    if you re-heat add a little milk and throw it in the microwave
     
  2. SkipEye

    SkipEye Well-Known Member

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    Been eating that for 25 years and it's some good stuff!!!!!

    I don't use the milk though.
     

  3. rasmotherman

    rasmotherman New Member

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    thats what my wife just told me. no milk. i havent made it in awhile she always does. i started eating it in 88. an aunt brought it back from texas. it is some good stuff
     
  4. rasmotherman

    rasmotherman New Member

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    you mix the rotel and cheese in a pan to melt it. you dont need milk
     
  5. kyredneck

    kyredneck New Member

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    ..is rotel diced tomatoes w/ green chiles?
     
  6. Foxhound

    Foxhound New Member

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    Try using some ground sausage in place of the hamburger...Its really good too !!
     
  7. rasmotherman

    rasmotherman New Member

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    never thought of that. thanks
     
  8. 223reload

    223reload New Member

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    Yes larry ,Rotel is the diced tomato's with green chili. Another thing Rotel is good for is a quick salsa,Just throw a can of it in a food processer,give it a zap and ya have instant salsa.:wink:
     
  9. Catgirl

    Catgirl New Member

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    Have you guys tried any of their other varieties? Just wondering, I've seen a few different ones recently. Here's a link so you can look at 'em.

    http://www.ro-tel.com/products.jsp
     
  10. rasmotherman

    rasmotherman New Member

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    im gonna have to try some of the new ones. thanks alot
     
  11. kyredneck

    kyredneck New Member

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    I made Ro*Tel this afternoon, it was very good.

    Made a double batch with:

    2 lb velveeta

    1 lb gr beef

    1 lb gr pork

    1 28 oz can Ro*Tel

    Probably should have drained some of the juice from the can though, it was just a little thin, IMO.

    Thanks for the recipe.
     
  12. rasmotherman

    rasmotherman New Member

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    it will thicken up. that is if you have any left:wink:
     
  13. kyredneck

    kyredneck New Member

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    .......yea i got plenty left, the company left before eating for a change...... kinda blew my mind.......
     
  14. messemore

    messemore New Member

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    I like the Rotel and ground beef dip.

    But in the summer or when it warms up, I would rather have Rotel and cream Cheese.

    Just take two packs of cream cheese at room temp and add one can of Rotel to a blender and blend until smooth. Make a great dip, You can put it in the fridge and take it out any time you want some dip for those chips. Great with corn chips.
     
  15. Grimpuppy

    Grimpuppy New Member

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    I make that all the time. If you use milk when you make it won't get that hard layer on top when you put the leftovers in the fridge. A Tex Mex variation is to add a packet of taco seasoning to the hamburger when you brown it. It is very good that way also.