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Johnsonville Cheesy Game Time Sausage Dip & OreIda Tater Tots #JvilleKitchens, #AllstarsJvil 
 
Oct. 22, 2013 8:42 pm 
Updated: Oct. 23, 2013 6:11 pm
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Tonight I made Johnsonville Cheesy Game Time Sausage Dip which I served with Fritos, French Bread and OreIda Tater Tots.
We ate the dip with the Fritos, Frito Pie Style, with the dip on top of the Fritos, eaten with a fork (or just with your hands for some of my kids).
Johnsonville Cheesy Game Time Sausage Dip
The French Bread we just ripped into chunks and dipped in the community pot (don't worry, we didn't double dip).


We ate the Ore Ida Tater Tots like the Fritos, by pouring the dip on top of the Tots.  I added some diced tomatoes and an extra sprinkle of dried basil too.  Delish!
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I liked this recipe, although we made a couple of changes.  I halved the recipe, since I wasn't feeding a big croud (although you wouldn't know by the noise level).  I didn't have any anise seed, and Hubby hates it, so I wasn't about to buy some just for this recipe and have him not want any, so I left that out.  I also added paprika  for a little spice.  I would have liked it with more sausage and less cheese, but for the most part is was perfect as written.  You could certainly mix it up with your own favorite spices, but I think the ones it lists are pretty perfect.  I especially liked the fennel seed (which I don't usually like too much, I almost left it out) because it blended so well with the sausage (which is often made with fennel seed anyway).
As we wrap up October, I will be making one more Johnsonville recipe and one more Ore Ida recipe, so stay tuned!  There are also a couple yummy, sweet and spooky treats in store, and, of course, as promised the Jalapeño Cranberry Appetizer Rolls I promised on Sunday when I shared the Jalapeño Cranberry Sauce, so don't touch that dial!
 
UNTIL NEXT TIME. . .

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About the ONLY thing I don't like about cooking is the HEAT!! I'm not sure why, but I get very easily overheated. I usually sit while cooking, and have a fan blowing directly on me if available. I've been thinking about renaming myself - thehotchef - lol. It's a little better in winter, but I live in Albuquerque, NM - it never gets REALLY cold here, and my body just seems to want to overheat when I get busy in the kitchen! That's one of the reasons I like to divide my kitchen work into 2 or 3 parts at a time. One day I chop the veggies, the next day I roast the veggies, and the 3rd day I put together the lasagna and bake, for example.
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Best pies ever!
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My husband likes his own cooking better than mine! So much so that he is willing to make dinner for our family everyday - that's just fine with me!
 
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