Get Your Munch On During the Game with VELVEETA Beer and Chorizo Dip!

VELVEETA Beer and Chorizo Dip!
Down, set, HUT HUT VELVEETA!  Yep, it’s that time again, time for the championship football game that all of us football fans anticipate the whole year!  And what comes along with football?? That’s right!!! DIP!  You can’t watch such an exciting football game without dip and chips, come on now.   Not only do we root teams on like the Dallas Cowboys or Indianapolis Colts, but also our own home town six-man football team, the Highland Hornets.  We paint our faces and went to the State championship game last year but lost.  Good game though.

I have used Velveeta for what feels like forever in many diverse recipes like Shrimp Stroganoff Casserole but I think many folks associate Velveeta with dip. The two go hand in hand after all and you can’t have a football party without it!

As one of the 2010 Velveeta Kitchenistas, I’ll be bringing you vlogs all year, this being the first one.  I do a few personal vlogs that are me rambling but doing a recipe was a challenge and while my video isn’t’ the best, I have confidence that my future ones will be awesome!

Please keep in mind when watching the video that I’m new at cooking in front of the video. Also keep in mind that my teens were cracking me up over and over again so I ended being a little more serious in the final cut that I intended. My next ones will get better, promise!

This Velveeta dip consists of only 3 ingredients, with on optional ingredient, making it very affordable to feed a crowd.  It also literally takes less than 10 minutes to make.  It’s so easy and so good!

VELVEETA Chorizo & Beer Dip

Ingredients

  • 16oz of VELVEETA Cheese
  • 1/4lb of Beef Chorizo
  • 1/2 cup of Beer
  • Green onions for garnish (optional)

Directions

Cook chorizo in medium skillet on medium-high heat for about 5 minutes or until done, stirring occasionally; drain.  Microwave VELVEETA and beer in large microwaveable bowl on high for about 5 minutes or until VELVEETA is completely melted, stirring after 3 min. Stir in chorizo.

Extra: Garnish with green onion slices before serving.

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Disclosure: Please know that all opinions are my own and that I only work with companies that I love, use everyday. and truly believe in. If you have any questions about my ethics, read my full disclosure and/or email me. Just like before, I have partnered with VELVEETA as one of theVELVEETA it! Kitchenistas. I have been compensated for my time commitment to the program, which includes vlogging about my cooking experiences with VELVEETA and developing one original VELVEETA-based recipe. I have also been compensated for the food purchased for my VELVEETA vlogs.

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Comments

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    Brandy says

    Very interesting! Looks yummy but not sure it would be something I can make .. I burn EVERYTHING no matter how hard I try to cook something, it turns out BAD! LOL

    I do LOVE Velveeta Cheese though!!!!

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    Kristie says

    This looks so good!

    I always make Velveeta and salsa dip, and sometimes I make the Velveeta and chili dip. My family loves both of these! So maybe this year I’ll have to try out this new dip and see what they think.

    Thanks so much for sharing this recipe, and I love the videos too!

    Kristie

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    I am SO making this for game day! Thank You for sharing ;)

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    Jayme says

    YUM I love me some Velveeta!

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    I make a chorizo and velvetta dip too…minus the beer though. We are a alcohol free family. Ü I use evap milk to get it to the right consistency. I also add a couple small cans of Rotel tomatoes with habeneros. Delish!

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    Cat says

    You had me right up until the beer but this is the first time I’ve seen or heard of Chorizo, it reminds of the coney sauce we put on hot dogs, well, the texture at least.

  7. 7

    Mmm, this looks delicious!!! Definitely on my must-try list.

  8. 8

    Mmmmm. looks real tasty. I’ve never made a dip myself personaly but its a favorite of ours. Not sure if I can make this myself but will definitely pass on the recipe to a friend who is hosting the superbowl. Thanks!

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    Brittany says

    Ohhhh yummy! I’m so gonna have to try this one out!!!!

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    Staci A says

    My hubby would love this! I might have to grab the ingredients for this weekend!

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    DogsMom says

    Around here we’d use bratwurst instead of chorizo, but love velveeta.

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    Kim says

    Two of my husband’s favorite things! I’ve never tried chorizo, but this looks pretty good! I know my hubby would love it!

  13. 13

    Looks delish! I’ve never cooked with chorizo – intimidates me for some reason, but you made it seem very easy. Thanks for the recipe.

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    Courtney says

    Oooh looks yum! Love the video.

  16. 16

    Looks yummy! great video too!

  17. 17

    I LOVE Velveeta!! That looks so good, I will definitely make that!! Thanks :)

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    Morgan says

    Mmmmmm… Can you melt the velveeta on the stove?

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    Fran says

    I think if you knew what was in REAL chorizo you would not eat it.

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      Lucky for me I do know and it’s still good. As someone who grew up with little food on the plates, we took advantage of everything we ate whether it be beef head or chorizo.

      P.S. If you have nothing nice to say…don’t say anything.

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        Wendy Waldron says

        I agree with A Cowboy’s Wife. This Velveeta, Chorizo and Beer recipe is FANTASTIC! The beer adds great flavor. Reminder: You can also use non-alcoholic beer. Excellent recipe. Thank you.

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    EZSweets says

    these look so yummy! thnx for delicious info!

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