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This RO*TEL dip recipe is a staple at my holiday parties! I love hosting at Christmas (actually for all holidays) and the key to being a good hostess is serving good recipes!
My favorite thing about this recipe is that the RO*TEL gives my savory dip a little kick of bold flavor among all the sweets at Christmas.
And what’s more, you can dress it up to be a charcuterie board of sorts. No extra meats, but plenty of crackers, chips and pretzels for dipping!
Rudolph Antler Template
I thought it would be fun to style the board and dip like Rudolph! You can do this too. Just serve this zesty dip up in a red bowl for the nose, place the chips on a brown serving dish, and download my antler template!
For the antlers you’ll need:
- Antler Template
- Brown Construction Paper
Just trace the antler template twice (facing each other), and trim it out of brown paper with a pair of sharp scissors. Place the antlers on either side of the serving dish and you have Rudolph!
RO*TEL Dip Ingredients
2 cans RO*TEL Original Diced Tomatoes and Green Chilies
1 lb. Hamburger Meat
1 tsp. Chili Powder
1 tbsp. Worcestershire Sauce
1 lb. Cheddar Cheese
The Original is my normal go to, but there is also Mild, Fire Roasted (my mom’s favorite) and Hot! The hubby likes the Hot best, but I only make that one for him. He might just like it best because then he doesn’t have to share!
For more RO*TEL holiday inspiration visit Walmart! You can find all the RO*TEL flavors on this aisle with the Tomato Sauce sign!
VIDEO – Let’s Make RO*TEL Dip Together
It’s as easy as:
Browning the meat.
Sprinkling with chili powder and stirring in worcestershire.
Finally folding in the RO*TEL.
And topping the final dip with RO*TEL, while dressing it up for Christmas!
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It’s as easy as that! I hope you have a lovely holiday season and try my RO*TEL dip. I promise, your guests won’t be disappointed!
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