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    Super Bowl appetizers?

    So I have family visiting for Europe and they are coming over for the Super Bowl. I want to do typical American dishes and blow their socks off with some good food.

    So, what do I make?

    I'm thinking these Tornado potatoes might be awesome?



    Also, maybe cheeseburger onion rings?

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    I keep it simple. If you like queso. Try Velveeta and Rotel dip, paired with your favorite tortilla chips. The bowl gets scraped clean every time I serve it. I'm telling you, it is like crack. Key is using double boiler to make it.



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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BlackJetE90OC Click here to enlarge
    Key is using double boiler to make it.
    What is a double boiler?

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    Yup, that will do.

    Fill bottom with couple inches water, set stove low to med heat. Cut velveeta into chunks, add with rotel to top pot. Cook with lid on until fully melted, stir before serving.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BlackJetE90OC Click here to enlarge
    Yup, that will do.

    Fill bottom with couple inches water, set stove low to med heat. Cut velveeta into chunks, add with rotel to top pot. Cook with lid on until fully melted, stir before serving.
    So after I'm done I just ditch the bottom pot I guess? Never even heard of this before.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    So after I'm done I just ditch the bottom pot I guess? Never even heard of this before.
    Bottom pot just holds boiling water to slowly cook contents of upper pot.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BlackJetE90OC Click here to enlarge
    Bottom pot just holds boiling water to slowly cook contents of upper pot.
    Sorry if this sound stupid but why can't I cook the cheese in a standard pot?

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    Chili for sure. Keeps well so you can make as much of it as you want. And it'll go well with just about anything else you'd be making (burgers, hotdogs, nachos, etc).
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Sorry if this sound stupid but why can't I cook the cheese in a standard pot?
    Slow cooking it is the best. If you don't want to buy a double boiler, just put a large glass bowl on top of pot of water.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BlackJetE90OC Click here to enlarge
    Slow cooking it is the best. If you don't want to buy a double boiler, just put a large glass bowl on top of pot of water.

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    Cool! I don't have to wait on shipping now and hope it makes it.

    Thanks. I'll give the cheese a shot.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BlackJetE90OC Click here to enlarge
    Try Velveeta and Rotel dip, paired with your favorite tortilla chips.
    When I went into the store today to pick up chips and guac these two items were right there above the chips. Guess it's a sign.

    Picked them up along with a ton of other stuff. We'll see how it goes.

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    We made this to take to our friends SB party. Easy, fun and tasty.

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