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Thread: cheese dip

  1. #1
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    Default cheese dip

    this i a little dip i made for the game

    get you some of this


    this is one med yel onion and 4 jalapenos sauteed in 1/2 stick of margarine


    some salad shrimp and crab meat (sorry no pic of crab)


    once the onions and peppers have caremelized,


    add your seafood and about 2 tsp of this


    cook about 2 min longer then drain and mix with the cheese sauce
    (no pic of this process) sorry.

    mix it all in and let simmer on low until its gone.
    serve it with some fresh french bread instead of chips!


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    Unclelchap, that looks great! Thanks for the recipe.
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    Oh boy!!! I'm goin a love this. Thanks Unclelchap

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    That looks real tasty. Have to give it a try.
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    That looks really appetizing! I'd have to de-turd those shrimps first though.
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    does it matter if we dont have that boil stuff up here (that i know of) can i omit it?? looks good, id give her a go for sure
    did you use all the velvetta and all the cheese sauce too?
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    I'm there! Maybe even with a little nice lump crab meat!

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    Dang, Chap! How did I miss this thread? That's some good looking stuff there. Very unique and interesting. It's certainly worth trying. Thank you!
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    that was my thoughts,(i almost missed this one too) i was thinking even lobster meat, he used crab meat but missed the picks i want to know if he used the whole block of valveda and that whole bottle of cheese sauce too, you think that boil; stuff could be left out gonna try it Saturday i think hmmm water chestnuts and artichoke hearts too maybe
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    Jake, do you know of any kind of cajun seasoning there......maybe something for a shrimp boil? There's got to be a variation there, I would think. Anyway, I'll see if I can hustle up a home recipe for you and you can make your own.

    To answer your question; sure it can be left out. The taste will be a bit different, but I'll bet it will be good.
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