Well I was thinking that since I didn’t get this recipe posted before the Super Bowl that it was silly to still post it. But you know what, I think you’ll still like it. So I’m going to post it!
I for one am defenitely one of those superbowl people that could care less about the game and more about the eats, the friends and the commercials. This year we had our first Superbowl party at our new house. It was potluck style so everyone brought something to share. I whipped up a grand batch of my not so healthy but super yummy nacho sauce. This stuff is P-E-R-F-E-C-T for good ol’ Superbowl food. Not only is it a sinch to prepare, it’s a cheap and yummy way to feed a whole lotta hungries.
- 1 Large can of Hormel Chili (no beans)
- 2 Cans of Rotel tomatoes (Original style)
- 1-2 lbs of Ground Beef (depending on how many you’re looking to serve)
- 1 Large brick of Velveeta
- 1 Tbsp Dried onion
- Sliced Olives
- Sliced Jalepenos
- Chopped Tomatoes
- Chopped lettuce
- Sour Cream
- Tortilla Chips
1.) brown your ground beef and dried onion in a pan. Drain of excess grease.
2.) Pour browned ground beef into slow-cooker.
3.) Add to beef, 2 cans of Rotel, 1 can of Hormel Chili (no beans)
4.) Cut and cube your block of velveeta; add to crock pot. Mix together as best you can.
5.) Turn on slow cook to Low for 2 hours. Check in on slow cooker every half hour and give it a good mix. As the cheese starts to melt everything will combine. After 2 hours turn your slow cooker to Warm.
(of course I would forget to take a picture of the finished product! Probably because I was to excited to eat it! Trust me it’s an ooey gooey cheesey sauce, perfect for nachos)
Serve on Top of chips and pile high with toppings and fixin’s. Enjoy!