Want to make an epic sausage dip that will be the talk of your Super Bowl LII party? Here’s how to make it from our friends over at FoodSided.
When it comes to Super Bowl LII, millions of football fans across the globe will undoubtedly be enjoying it in the company of others. If you’re throwing a Super Bowl party, you’ll need drinks, food, and well, some killer appetizers to set the mood for what should be a great game of football.
I’m not the best cook in the world outside of making some killer steak sandwiches so I reached out to my good friend Cristine Struble of FoodSided.com to see what she would suggest for a great dip for a Super Bowl party. She’s an amazing writer and a great cook so it made sense to see what she’d recommend for football fans that are preparing for a big weekend. Struble has created an epic sausage dip that should be a fantastic addition to your party.
I can only imagine what this must taste like as it sounds like the kind of recipe that at the end of your Super Bowl party, people will be begging you for the recipe. Struble has given us permission to share her amazing recipe with the football world so here it is in all its glory. Also, check out her list of amazing Super Bowl food recipes centered around Bourbon for even more ideas for this upcoming weekend.
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Epic Sausage Dip by Cristine Struble of FoodSided
2 pounds bulk spicy sausage, like Jimmy Dean bulk hot sausage
1 8oz package of cream cheese
2 can Rotel tomatoes
Tabasco, hot sauce or TongueSpank spices
Brown sausage and drain fat from the pan. Cut cream cheese, add to hot pan with sausage and stir until melted. Add Rotel tomatoes. Add additional spices, tabasco or hot sauce depending on personal preferences. Warm completely. Add to crock pot, leave on the low or warm setting. Serve with either tortilla scoop style chips or corn chips.