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Football time has finally arrived! I've invited friends over this weekend to watch the game and looked no further than CafeMom for some great snack recipes:
Jessy0419: There is a great recipe I got from someone else for Rotel sausage dip. You need 1lb of mild sausage (not the links, the stuff that comes in the tube that you can slice into patties), 1lb of Velveeta and 1 can of Rotel tomatoes. Cook sausage (don't cut into patties, cook it like you would hamburger, getting as many of the chunks out as you can). Cube Velveeta, place in large, microwave-safe bowl along with Rotel (undrained). When sausage is thoroughly cooked, drain grease and put into dish w/cheese and Rotel. Cook in microwave til cheese is melted, stirring to blend. Serve with Tostidos scoops.
pupmom: Spicy Beef Dip
1 lb ground beef
½ cup chopped onion
1 clove garlic, minced
1 8 oz. can tomatoe sauce
¼ c catsup
¾ tsp. dried oregano
1 tsp. sugar
1 8 oz. package cream cheese
1/3 cup grated parmesan cheese
Cook ground beed, onions and garlic, until beef is lightly browned and onions are tender. Stir in tomatoe sauce, catsup, oregano and sugar. Cover and simmer for 10 minutes. Spoon off excess fat. Remove from heat and add cream cheese and parmesan cheese. Stir until cream cheese has melted and is well combined. Serve warm.
This is a fun dip for any party. Put in a crock pot or fondue pot to keep it warm and serve with bite size pieces of French bread. YUMMY!
Momma_Forever: My fiance LOVES tortilla pizzas! You just take a torilla and spread sauce over the whole thing and then on half you put the topping you want (cheese pepperoni, etc.) and then you fold it over. Then you bake it at 350 until the cheese is melted and then cut into triangles, usually I just cut in fours. He loves it for the game.
evilabbysmom: I always made sausage balls for hubby's party. The guys loved them. Plus little smoked sausages wrapped in bacon, with brown suger. I never had any leftovers when I made those!
jodi205: We make barbecued Keilbasa. Just chop it up put it in crock pot with favorite sauce and let it go (my hubby fries the Keilbasa a little first but I don't). We also make grinders which are kind of like sloppy joes but they are made with sausage, tomato sauce, crushed red pepper, green pepper, onions, a little anise, and a pack of Italian dressing (not quite the whole pack, though). Fry the sausage, drain the grease if there is any, add the other ingredients, and let it cook like chili. The longer, the better. My husband I don't really measure, we add little by little until we get the flavor we want.
What foods do you make for football games?