I think I finally found the recipe for the Super Yummy Cheesy Sausage Dip that an old friend made back in my 20s. At that time I was in a co-ed softball league with my husband and a few of our friends. Some we’ve stayed in contact with and others have drifted. Thus is life, but sadly one of them recently passed away which got me thinking of all the fun times we had with him. One of the highlights during that time was as a group we went for a weekend in October to Attitash Mountain Resort in New Hampshire for their Oktoberfest! It was a crazy fun weekend that most 20-somethings have at least once.
This dip, which was made by a different friend, was so good! I’m pretty sure I gobbled down half of it myself. It is the perfect food to have while drinking a few adult beverages! I highly recommend this for any party. I remember her telling me that it was only a few easy ingredients. I’m pretty sure this is it: Cheesy Sausage Dip by Stacey over at southernbite.com.
The recipe is just 6 ingredients: mild Italian sausage, Velveeta cheese, cream cheese, Rotel diced tomatoes and green chilies, canned corn and garlic powder. It really doesn’t get any easier! Oh wait yes it does, since you can either make this on the stovetop or in your slow cooker!
The Verdict: Easy to follow recipe that is absolutely delicious! The flavors go together so wonderfully. It definitely satisfies your cheesy cravings.
Changes and Ideas for the Future: The only change I would make it maybe using the hot Rotel instead of the traditional. Or maybe I might just add some chopped pickled jalapenos. The best advice I can give is to either make this in the slow cooker or to make it on your stovetop the night before like I did. Warning! It makes a mess out of your skillet! When I tasted the dip right after I made it on the stovetop it was OK. The flavors didn’t really have enough time to meld together. The next day when heated back up it was so much more flavorful. I believe the slow cooker method will also yield these results.
What’s your all time favorite dip recipe? Do you think you’ll give this one a try? Don’t forget to check out more great recipes from www.southernbite.com.
In memory of Martin Gomez.