Anne's Hot Sausage Dip

  • NanceeinSF Posted: 12/12/08
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    I have made this dip so many times I already lost count. It is a big hit with everyone including the little ones that can tolerate spicy food. I use jalapeno sausage and would recommend it instead of the hot sausage. I always triple the recipe because it is the first thing to go. I highly recommend it to anyone that is looking for a simple dish to bring to a party or serve to guests.

  • Truckintoy Posted: 01/01/09
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    My daughter made this wonderful dip to carry to a Thanksgiving dinner/party. Instead of baking it in the oven she warmed it in a crock pot. This made it easy to transport and warm up on arrival. Today I am making a batch for our New Year's Day TV-athon!

  • trophygirl Posted: 02/04/09
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    This is the best dip ever! It was a huge hit and I will definately make again. I do not top with cheese and I mix all ingerdients in the skillet then transfer to a crockpot to keep warm...yum! Next time I am going to try chorizo :)

  • ChelleyBones Posted: 07/28/09
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    Oh wow! Absolutely delicious! Used only green chiles since I couldn't find Rotel or the equivalent in the store. This turned out perfect and bubbly. I mixed the shredded cheddar directly into the mix rather than on top. This is the perfect dish for an appetizer for a Mexican themed party. Yummo!

  • MyKeme Posted: 12/21/11
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    I love this recipe. It is very simple and everyone loves it. The cookbook that it was in was one of my FAVORITE cookbooks, but I have lost it. Can someone please tell me the name of the cookbook as it had so many wonderful recipes including a Cowboy Cookie recipe?

  • tara31 Posted: 01/02/12
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    I chopped up Morning Star sausage patties for a veggie side dish on New Year's Eve and kept everything warm in the crockpot. Used fat free cream cheese and also added half a jar of Mexican Villa Mild Sauce. Skipped the shredded cheddar to save caolories and served with tortilla chips. Excellent and super-healthy appetizer!

  • EllenFL Posted: 05/17/13
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    Yummy! Next time will mix cheese in or leave out, as dish cooled it got that hardish shell on top, but not a huge deal. Mixed the leftovers with two scrambled eggs the next morning, as one reviewer suggested, baked at 350 for about 35 minutes and had a delicious brunch casserole the next day!

  • jenniferml2020 Posted: 01/16/13
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    A hit for the Thanksgiving app! Super easy to prep and everyone LOVED it. It does take a little time to cook the sausage, just compared to a dip/appetizer where you can stir all the ingredients together without cooking anything first. I prepared it the night before - perfect!

  • Sandra2 Posted: 05/21/12
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    This is everyone's favorite. And, one of this cook's favorite. It is not only delicious but so easy to make. I have added two 8-ounce packges of cream cheese to recipe if I needed extra large portion. No difference in taste. Still yummy.

  • KArnold305 Posted: 09/02/12
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    We tried this for a tailgate yesterday - yummy!

  • skoc50 Posted: 04/15/13
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    Very easy & good recipe. I didn't understand why the recipe calls for you to drain 1/4 cup liquid from the tomatoes & chilies and then in the next step tell you to add it back in. I wasn't really sure what I was supposed to do so I met in the middle somewhere. I kept about 1/8 cup out. If I were to do it again, I think I would leave the drained 1/4 cup out all together. All it did was thin out the dip. I used a zesty hot ground sausage (Bob Evans) and it was definitely fine. But I'm thinking your final results will depend on using a brand and type that suits your tastes.

  • kerleygirl Posted: 02/18/13
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    This recipe gets 5 stars because it is easy, fast and delicious. I used hot Italian sausage, mixed the cheddar into the mixture prior to baking and sprinkled extra cheese on top. I cubed the cream cheese then gave it a short zap in the microwave so it was easier to mix thoroughly into the hot cooked sausage. I served with Artisan tortilla chips and it was a winner!

  • Sarbasays Posted: 09/07/12
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    Better with italian spicy turkey sausage and 1/3 less fat cream cheese - shredded cheese also add cumin and some green onion....very good without so much guilt.

  • GoBigRed Posted: 11/11/12
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    This was so good and so easy to make! It was a big hit at the football party. Our team lost so it may be bad luck though. ;) Seriously, try this one!

  • Home chef Posted: 09/07/12
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    Has anyone tried making a brunch dish by adding eggs to the recipe?

  • Lindashere Posted: 09/09/13
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    To simple to pass up, but as anyone else I made a few additions. I added a small can of refried beans to the mixture, and fresh jalepenos. This thickened it a bit more, and stretched it out too. (We like to to out in a blaze of glory). Thanks for the basics, Annie.

  • Sachem Posted: 10/02/13
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    I found that it needed to be thicker for scoop so mixed 1/2 cup of the chedder cheese into the pan when breaking down the cream cheese. This adds consistency in eating. Also added 1 oz of hot sauce and liquid smoke. Also used hot sausage Never had anyting get eaten up like this.

  • Dlowery Posted: 09/14/13
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    Good easy and quick!

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