What is your favorite part about the Super Bowl, is it the game, the commercials, or my favorite, the food? Let’s face it, most Super Bowl parties are all about the food. Who can have the biggest and best spread.
I love to serve a wide variety of food at any sports party, but I like to keep it simple. I don’t want to spend the whole game slaving in the kitchen. I need recipes that can be prepared in minutes. Typically we use the crock pot for some kind of shredded meat, have a veggie tray, a dip or two, and an already prepared dessert.
This is almost just your typical Velveeta and Rotel dip, but kicked up a notch with the addition of chorizo. I grew up on the Velveeta/Rotel queso and still love it to this day, but recently started experimenting with new additions. Chorizo was a favorite that is going to be a staple at gameday from now on.
I used the white Velveeta, but white American cheese can also be used. I would just pick up which ever is on sale.
- 2 small Spanish chorizo links, diced
- 1 lb white American cheese (white velveeta works too), cubed
- 1 can Rotel (I like hot)
- In either an electric fondue pot or a sauce pan on the stove, heat to medium. Once hot, add the chorizo and brown for 2-3 minutes, stirring frequently.
- Add in the cubed cheese and Rotel tomatoes and stir until combined.