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Thursday, December 4, 2008

Saulseeta Dip - slow cooker deliciousness

I thought Saulseeta sounded more fun than "Rotelle Dip" don't you? I hear this recipe comes from the side of a Rotelle can, (tomatoes with chilis) but I've yet to find it there. Nevertheless, it's increadibly easy to remember, and the most difficult part is cubing the Velveeta so that it melts more efficiently...I like to make a double batch and freeze it for future snack attacks!

32oz block of Velveeta (I use the lower fat version so that I can eat more of it)
2 cans of Rotelle tomatoes (undrained)
1 roll of sausage, cooked and drained

Add all ingredients to the slow cooker and set the heat to low. Once the "cheese" is melted, it's ready to serve! Again, I eat this on baked tortilla chips so that I can eat more of them...but this is good on any chip, cracker, pretzel or vegetable you can use as a vehicle to carry it to your mouth!

If you're interested in finding more easy and delicious slow cooker recipes, head over to Sandra's place!

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Mel said...

stupid question does it work with cheese besides Velveeta?? I just can't like that stuff.

Steph at Problem Solvin' Mom said...

Hi Mel,

I've never tried it with anything else - I'm not a fan of Velveeta in solid form, but in this dip I think it's delish...I would imagine it would be good with cream cheese? :)

Jen said...

This really sounds good. My kids love Velveeta. I only buy it around the holidays. Thank you for sharing.

CC said...


Anonymous said...

oh yeah.

Saulseeta sounds MUCH BETTER;-)

Sandra said...


shopannies said...

was not sure what you had listed and i listed the same type of recipe under crockpot thursday and then wanted to see what type of dip you listed because my family loves dips. Guess what my suprise was. close but not the same.

Tara aka "Mama Koala" said...

This looks excellent. I love Velveeta...yum! Thanks for sharing.