Easy Rotel Dip Recipe

Here is my easy rotel dip recipe! This rotel dip only requires 4 ingredients and tastes amazing!! I make this for dinner sometimes and I serve it when we have tacos, or deep fried taquitos. It isn’t the healthiest recipe, but if you wanted to make it healthier you could use ground turkey instead of hamburger meat, and as for the cheese… you got me there. Enjoy this easy rotel dip recipe and sharing means caring!!

32 oz. Cheese Block
1/2 cup of Milk
(Regular or Queso – which do you prefer?)
1 lb. ground Sausage or Hamburger Meat
(I use hamburger meat!)
1 10 oz. can of Rotel

In a crock pot set to high, allow the cheese to melt completely with the milk. Stirring occasionally. It takes about 1 1/2 hours. In a skillet, ground the hamburger meat or sausage. Drain. Combine it with the can of Rotel and mix into the crock pot with the cheese. Allow this to cook together for another hour. Serve with tortilla chips.

You can add optional seasonings to your meat, such as a packet of taco seasoning for a more Mexican flare! What do you do to make your Rotel dip different? Comment below!

The Perfect Boiled Egg Recipe

Try this recipe for easy peel boiled eggs.

Bring a pot of water to a boil. Sprinkle with salt. Add desired amount of eggs, but make sure the water covers the top by 1 inch. Do not add eggs to water before it boils. Let eggs boil for 1 minute. Turn burner to it’s lowest setting and let the eggs simmer for 12 minutes. Remove the eggs and gently tap them to make a small crack then immediately put them into a bowl of very cold water. Keep in cold water for 15 minutes.

The tricks here to get perfect boiled eggs that easily peel is to add the eggs to boiling water from the start, and also to shock them in cold water for 15 minutes at the end. When you are ready to peel your eggs, begin at the larger end of the air – since that is where the air pocket is.

* Tip: Older eggs are easier to peel. If you can plan ahead, use eggs that have been in your fridge for a week or longer. Always use chilled eggs.

* Tip: If you struggle, try peeling them in the bowl of cold water, or under running cold water for perfect boiled eggs!