This Velveeta hamburger cheese dip makes a perfect treat for party or for a sport game day. It is as perfect to serve for your loved ones as well as to please the crowd. The following recipe combines Velveeta cheese and mozzarella cheese to create super creamy dip. It also incorporates ground beef to make the dip meatier and add extra texture.
The Velveeta meat cheese dip recipe below can be served along with combination of a cup of salsa or some hot sauce, to make it rich. You can adjust the heat level according to your preferences, such as very hot, medium, or mild hot. To enhance the flavor, you may add extra ingredients such as jalapeno or chili pepper.
To enjoy this Velveeta hamburger cheese dip, don’t forget to buy your tortilla chips as well. Now, without further ado, here is the ultimate crowd-pleasing dip recipe to follow.
- 16 oz. (1 lb.) Velveeta cheese, cube cut into 1/2-inch size
- 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
- 1/2 lb. ground beef, cooked
- 10 oz. (1 can) diced tomatoes and green chilies
- 4 scallions, cut
- Mix all of the ingredients in a microwaveable bow, except for the scallions.
- Put on microwave on high settings for five minutes, until the mixture is blended well and the cheese is melted.
- After three minutes, put the onions and stir the mixture.
If your family or your guests love some extra heat, bring the recipe to the next level by adding some chili pepper and jalapeno, as recommended earlier. Additionally, cheddar sausages are also able to bring more flavor depth into the recipe. See, it is so simple, yet it provides a delicious creamy cheese dip everyone will love.
Cheese dips are the constant popular choices at sport game, barbecues, or cocktail party. It is hard to find someone who doesn’t love cheese. Regardless of being served hot or cold, it is guaranteed to be a hit. However, it doesn’t stop at there. The simplicity of this recipe also makes it perfect if you have one particularly bad day and you want to make yourself feel better by creating extremely simple but tastefully rewarding dish.
Fun fact, cheese dip is different with queso dip – its Texan cousin, although many people use both terms interchangeably. That’s understandable, because both are melted and flavored with tomatoes, spices, garlics, and peppers. That being said, a cheese dip recipe like the Velveeta hamburger cheese dip above, won’t be clumped it cools down, unlike most queso dips.