Monday, January 7, 2013

Hot Cheese Dip for a Crowd – 4 ingredients, no cooking, oh boy it’s perfect and addicting!

Over the weekend, I was at a luncheon following a funeral and this was on the buffet. As I mentioned, it’s the custom here in the South, for friends to bring food to the home of the family so that they may gather together after the service. Sherry Thomson, who is a wonderful cook, brought me a Fritos with a scoop of something on it and said, “Taste this, it’s wonderful. I’m going to get the recipe.” It was, she did, and now I’m sharing with you.
Hot Cheese Dip
Hope you enjoy this dip as much as we have through the years. This recipe came from my Aunt Bettye Smith. Gerry Ann Aldrich, Jackson TN
2 pounds Velveeta cheese
1 quart mayonnaise
1 small onion grated
1 (8-ounce) jar tiny hot jalapeño peppers, drained and grated
Salt and pepper to taste
Soften cheese.   Mix all thoroughly either in the mixer or food processor. Makes 1/2 gallon.  Serve with Fritos. Freezes well.

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