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Instant Pot Rotel Queso Dip

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Instant Pot Rotel Queso Dip

Mindy
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4 Servings
4 Ingredients
24 Comments

Our favorite queso dish now ready in less than 20 minutes! The creamy, cheesy taste of Velveeta pairs with fresh and spicy RO*TEL making this Instant Pot Rotel Queso Dip perfect for any occasion!

4 Servings
4 Ingredients
24 Comments

Ingredients

  • 1 cup cook Ground Italian Sausage
  • 5 ounces Diced Tomatoes with Green Chiles
  • 2 cups chunk Pasteurized Processed Cheese, Queso Blanco
Serving Day Ingredients
  • 4 tablespoons Water

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Easy Assembly/Dump and Go

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Prog. Pressure Cooker

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    1. Susan, we’d suggest “keep warm” for that. However, “slow cook” might also work if you use a low setting, just so you don’t burn the cheese!

        1. Jason, we are so sorry you had burning issues. A few recommendations: try low pressure instead of high pressure, and saute/cook on manual for less time than stated if you are still having issues. Let us know how that goes for you as we would love for you to be able to enjoy this recipe.

  1. I would like to make this for 20-25 ppl this Saturday, Would you say double or triple ingredients? And what about cook time?

    1. Sorry about that! A few recommendations: try low pressure instead of high pressure, and saute on manual for less time than stated if you are still having issues. Let us know how that works!

  2. This is a question.Can I use liners in my multi cooker?And how long can I keep cheese dip in pot? Party for group. Do I put the lid on pot? I’m new at this

    1. Hi Sheila, You should not use liners in your pressure cooker. It gets really hot and could ruin your inner bowl. You should be able to use the keep warm function on your pot for a couple hours, especially if you’re taking this to a party. I would just stir the dip periodically and watch it. It would be good to keep the lid on if you aren’t using it. Hope this helps!

    1. Hi Erika, for this recipe, you would set your Instant Pot to cook on high pressure (some older models also have the manual button which can also be used). I hope this helps.

  3. I cooked this in pressure cooker for the first time yesterday. I used lowest setting and cooked about 5-6 mins. Let the steam out. Stirred
    Kept on warm after. No problems.

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  5. Just used cooker for first time. Easy. Like the idea of slow cook probably best. If doubled like i did i wouldnt double the water all the way. Maybe 3/4 of whats called for. As it cools thickens great. Just the right texture. Looking foward to cooking on it more. Got it for a present and came in broken. The back grip is broke. Cant return but thats ok. Ill deal with it. Nice cooker. Enjoy.

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