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Old 08-08-2010, 01:41 PM   #1
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Neese's Sausage Dip = Sunday Afternoon FAVORITE

"hello, I am on a DIET and I CAN eat Sausage Dip, in large quantities, whenever I feel the need to"

Isn't that crazy? I mean obviously I don't eat it often, but about once a month it is so nice to be able to make a extremely high calorie dip, put it in some lettuce wraps and go at it.


Anyone else make this?

(for those who do not know: serves a few, a couple times)
-2 lbs. sausage (1 lb regular, 1lb HOT)
-2, 8oz blocks of cream cheese
-1 can of Rotel, hot or regular

Brown Sausage, chop while browning or in a processor to get smaller pieces.
Put into crock pot with other ingredients on high for a while, stirring often, or low for a few hours. VOILA! READY TO EAT

You can use low carb chips, lettuce wraps etc or just a spoon.
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Old 08-08-2010, 04:24 PM   #2
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sounds yum!! must try!
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Love this dip. Must make it soon. Thanks for the reminder
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Old 08-08-2010, 04:47 PM   #4
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I rock that dip a lot during football season.... sausage dip and hot wings and a good SEC game.... SHUT THE FRONT DOOR!!!
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Old 08-08-2010, 04:59 PM   #5
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what exactly is rotel? we don't have that in Canada...if i could find something comparable i would soooo be making this! dh is a BIG time football fan and it's almost that time again! toast up some lc pita's and dip those bad boys in a dip like this and mmmm...
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what exactly is rotel? we don't have that in Canada...if i could find something comparable i would soooo be making this! dh is a BIG time football fan and it's almost that time again! toast up some lc pita's and dip those bad boys in a dip like this and mmmm...

Rotel is tomatoes with diced green chiles. That we can get in Canada the problem being that Rotel comes in a 10.5 oz tin (think soup can) and that size we cannot get in Canada.
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This is it! But hey, most grocery stores have a value brand, just look near the sauces or tomato canned isle normally. Diced tomatoes and green chiles is all it is.
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This is it! But hey, most grocery stores have a value brand, just look near the sauces or tomato canned isle normally. Diced tomatoes and green chiles is all it is.
ahhhh gotcha! thanks! i *think* i've seen something similar before, but never this brand...will have to search out the stores!
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Old 08-08-2010, 07:08 PM   #9
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Yum! Sausage dip on celery sticks is awesome!
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"hello, I am on a DIET and I CAN eat Sausage Dip, in large quantities, whenever I feel the need to"

Isn't that crazy? I mean obviously I don't eat it often, but about once a month it is so nice to be able to make a extremely high calorie dip, put it in some lettuce wraps and go at it.


Anyone else make this?

(for those who do not know: serves a few, a couple times)
-2 lbs. sausage (1 lb regular, 1lb HOT)
-2, 8oz blocks of cream cheese
-1 can of Rotel, hot or regular

Brown Sausage, chop while browning or in a processor to get smaller pieces.
Put into crock pot with other ingredients on high for a while, stirring often, or low for a few hours. VOILA! READY TO EAT

You can use low carb chips, lettuce wraps etc or just a spoon.
Hey Hawk! As soon as I read the Neese sausage in the title I looked to see where the poster was from. I JUST knew it had to be local to me as I grew up eating Neese's. Salisbury here! And, I have eaten that recipe many times, just I used to put it on "scoops" and now I use pork rinds.
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Old 08-09-2010, 09:44 AM   #11
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what exactly is rotel? we don't have that in Canada...if i could find something comparable i would soooo be making this! dh is a BIG time football fan and it's almost that time again! toast up some lc pita's and dip those bad boys in a dip like this and mmmm...
You could sub a cup or so of chunky salsa and the flavor would be very similar and just as good. The main difference between salsa and Rotel is that Rotel is very watery.
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bumping it up...cuz it sounds soooo good....
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Hawk, Wow sounds fantastic. Does it store well in the fridge? Im the only one that eats LC in the house. I guess i could just half the recipe and it will still last a while. Thanks
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Hawk, Wow sounds fantastic. Does it store well in the fridge? Im the only one that eats LC in the house. I guess i could just half the recipe and it will still last a while. Thanks
This is one of those wonderful recipes that the whole family will love. It's low carb friendly for you but if you let everyone else taste it, they'll want to share in it.
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I like it cold...it's all thick and yummy.

Try scooping it with Cut up squares of Bell peppers...SO GOOD!

Since I am the only one who eats this I 1/2 the recipe...it make 3-4 good meals for me.
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Hey Hawk! As soon as I read the Neese sausage in the title I looked to see where the poster was from. I JUST knew it had to be local to me as I grew up eating Neese's. Salisbury here! And, I have eaten that recipe many times, just I used to put it on "scoops" and now I use pork rinds.
Hey Homeboys,
Grew up in Yadkinville (north of Winston Salem) and I ate a lot of Neese's sausage as a child. Of course, it was in sausage gravy and on top of biscuits. Is that why I weigh 190 pounds?

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If you like american cheese it can be added to the crock pot too.
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Oooo, that recipe sounds so good! I'm going to have to try it. Thanks for sharing.
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oh I have made this with ground beef but never sausage.. OOOOOOOOOOOOH
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bumping it up...cuz it sounds soooo good....
Thanks for bumping! Found another wonderful sounding recipe to try out here! Not sure about Neese's sausage. Is that similar to Bob Evens in the bulk packs?

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Thanks for bumping! Found another wonderful sounding recipe to try out here! Not sure about Neese's sausage. Is that similar to Bob Evens in the bulk packs?
I use the Jimmy Dean Roll type packages.
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I use the Jimmy Dean Roll type packages.
Thanks! That's what I thought Neese's would be like! Have to remember to pick some up!
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Thanks! That's what I thought Neese's would be like! Have to remember to pick some up!
KCG...I was just going to use the rolled sausage as well.... I think it will be soo delicious...
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Hey Hawk! As soon as I read the Neese sausage in the title I looked to see where the poster was from. I JUST knew it had to be local to me as I grew up eating Neese's. Salisbury here!
Same here, knew he was a North Carolina boy, grew up in the mountains(Ashe County), live in the RTP now. Love me some Neese's.
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Can't wait! Always love a LC food that others enjoy too! Now, I have something else to take to parties
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OMGosh!! This is fantastic!! This recipe goes in the "keeper" pile!!
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Another Neese's fan, checking in. I love their Liver Pudding - it's too high in carbs for Atkins, all that cornmeal makes it yummy - but I eat their sausage in a minute. My favorite: sausage and cheese balls.
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I've made this too except I use 1/2 ground beef and 1/2 hot sausage. My recipe also called for mexican velveeta which I won't use now but really didn't think about using cream cheese and some american cheese. Thanks for the tip.
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Got my sausage and rotel I'm set!
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Hey kittycitygirl...you won't be disappointed ..... We had this last night for the first time and it is extremely good. We had ours with celery and carrots for dh... and we are going to eat the rest tonight...
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