How to make it

  • Heat olive oil in skillet, and brown the ground beef and sausage. Drain the meat mixture and return to skillet.
  • Cube the Velveeta and add to the meat mixture in the pan, stirring until cheese is melted.
  • Add the seasonings/spices and stir until incorporated.
  • Two ways to serve this: (1) keep warm in a small crock pot or other serving dish that will keep the dip warm, with a plate of party rye bread slices on the side, or (2) spread a spoonful of the dip onto each slice of party rye, place on cookie sheet under broiler until bubbly.
  • Serve warm.

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  • carmenperez 6 years ago
    hey there
    sounds yummmy ty
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    " It was excellent "
    bapatten ate it and said...
    yummy! made a smaller portion for Monday night football last night - a hit with my hubby! thanks!
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  • flavorsofitaly 6 years ago
    Looks like a delicious dip! You're right - the football fans will love it. I'll be trying it out soon. :-)
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  • jaeleepoms 6 years ago
    LOL - I'm not sure how it got that name! I asked my cousin what it was called - I was expecting something more telling of the ingredients in the dish. To put bluntly, it looks a bit - well - like dogfood, but it's good. DEFINITELY something the guys would love - full of meat and cheese. LOL
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    " It was excellent "
    organicmama ate it and said...
    We had something like this at a New Year's Eve party and the kids loved it. Now I have the recipe! By the way, love the name...Hanky Panky!
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