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Top Rated Rotel Recipes

These hot wings have a delicious sweet heat, because they're made with spicy tomatoes and honey. Recipe courtesy of Ready Set Eat

This delicious salsa combines fire-roasted tomatoes, red onion, cilantro and lime juice for an easy-to-make recipe, perfect for a summer appetizer. Recipe courtesy of Ready Set Eat

This no cook soup has black bean refried beans, tomato sauce and cumin. Recipe courtesy of Ready Set Eat

This queso dip uses mushrooms, garlic and tomatoes for an unbeatable blend of flavors.Recipe courtesy of Ready Set Eat

This re-fried bean dip is made with tomatoes, cream cheese and bacon, a combo perfect for summer barbecues or game day get togethers. Recipe courtesy of Ready Set Eat

Ground turkey is combined with tomatoes and taco seasoning. It's ready in just 30 minutes for a meal that the whole family will love. Recipe courtesy of Ready Set Eat

This recipe for Mexican cornbread casserole is a can't beat dinner dish. Cornbread is topped with melted cheese, ground beef and tomatoes to make a mouthwatering dish for all ages. This recipe is courtesy of Ready Set Eat.

This chicken sandwich recipe uses tomatoes, mayo and a delicious dressing before being topped with avocado. Recipe courtesy of Ready Set Eat


Copycat Canned Rotel Recipe

Rotel cheese dip has been a Texas party staple for many years. You will be hard-pressed to find anyone that doesn&rsquot like delicious Rotel tomatoes, and they are so useful for many different recipes. I love canning my own pickles and vegetables, so when I found this awesome homemade canned Rotel video recipe tutorial by Noreen&rsquos Kitchen, on YouTube, I knew I had to add this to my canning recipe repertoire.


Authentic Spanish Rice Recipe:

Have you ever wondered what gives traditional Spanish rice that beautiful orangish-pink color? The secret is out it’s the combination of lightly toasting long grain white rice in lard and a small can of tomato sauce stirred in right at the end.

How do I know this? It’s a secret straight from a Spanish momma, passed down to her son and then on to me. This same Spanish mom is the woman behind this amazing Beef Barbacoa (made in the Instant Pot). I make these two together for the perfect meal.


The Best Rotel Salsa Recipe EVER!

Are you creating a big snacking spread for the Big Tournament? Looking for ways to spice up game day and save money at the same time? Just add RO*TEL! It’s the perfect way to spice up your favorite recipes. From guacamole to pot roast sliders, adding a can of RO*TEL makes a traditional game day recipe into something extraordinary.

What can you do with your RO*TEL after purchasing? Make ROTEL Salsa of course!! This is one of the easiest recipes I’ve ever made. It takes around 30 minutes to create this perfect salsa. I promise it’s as simple as dumping into a pan and allowing it to simmer.

I’ve always loved using RO*TEL to make recipes that my family loves! RO*TEL Salsa is a recipe that I’m also constantly getting asked about. So, I thought I would share my recipe with my top fans. Hint…that’s all of you! :) If you’re tired of eating store bought salsa and you’re looking for a little zing, RO*TEL Salsa is the perfect recipe to try!

I also love RO*TEL Salsa because you can use it with a multitude of meals. We like to use it with our tacos, Mexican food, and other fun foods. It also makes a good appetizer to serve with tortilla chips.

Ready, set, go! Have fun making this awesome ROTEL Salsa! PSST….you can even get the kids in the kitchen to help you make it! :)


Best & Easiest Rotel Dip Recipe

I love Rotel Dip and this is my favorite recipe to make it easily at home.

Whether you are looking for an easy party appetizer recipe, or a cheesy afternoon snack, this Rotel dip is tasty and perfect with just the right amount of zing!

Rotel is a yummy appetizer that always hits the spot! I love that it is super cheap and easy to make.

What is Rotel Dip?

Rotel dip is a delicious and easy dip recipe that is similar to Queso. It is a combination of salsa, cheese, and meat–and it’s addictive!

I dare you to just eat a little…

You only need four ingredients for this Rotel cheese dip.

How to Make Rotel Cheese Dip

This recipe is so easy, you can make it for even not-so-special occasions!

Rotel Dip Ingredients

Rotel dip is made out of 4 simple ingredients that you most likely already have in your fridge and pantry. This makes it he perfect last minute Game Day recipe!

  • 1 pound ground beef
  • 1 (10 oz) can Rotel tomatoes, Original, undrained
  • 1 (16 oz) package Velveeta cheese, Cubed
  • 1 tablespoon taco seasoning

There are so many different things you can serve with Rotel dip, like pretzels, corn chips, and fresh vegetables. Mini peppers are my favorite!

How to Make Rotel Cheese Dip in the Crockpot

I love slow cooker recipes, like this Rotel dip recipe–it’s so easy!

Just throw everything into the crockpot, and let it simmer away during a party or game.

Be sure to drain all of the grease out of the beef when you brown it.

Step 1 – Rotel Dip

In a skillet over a medium-high heat brown ground beef.

Cut the cheese into cubes, for even cheese distribution.

Step 2 – Rotel Dip

Cut cheese into 1 inch cubes.

If you have a crockpot liner, us it to prevent a mess!

Step 3 – Rotel Dip

Add ground beef and cheese to crockpot.

Have you ever tried making your own taco seasoning? It’s so easy!

Step 4 – Rotel Dip

Sprinkle on taco seasoning.

Just add the Rotel tomatoes, and then you are all set!

Step 5 – Rotel Dip

Pour Rotel tomatoes over it and stir to combine.

Set everything up in your crockpot an hour or so before your gathering starts. Then, it will be halfway done when people arrive, and it will be nice and fresh once you serve it!

Step 6 – Rotel Dip

Cover and cook on high for 2 hours, or until cheese is hot and melted.

Leave it to simmer in your crockpot to keep it warm.

Step 7 – Rotel Dip

Turn down the crockpot to warm and serve.

Kids love to help make (and eat) Rotel dip!

How Long Does Rotel Dip Last in the Fridge?

If you decide to use meat in your Rotel dip, it can last up to three days refrigerated. If you make it without meat, it can last for four days.

Although, I wouldn’t refrigerate anything that has been sitting out with people dipping into it. Toss that to be safe!

Rotel makes a yummy chili topping!

Rotel Recipe Ideas

Take your Rotel a step further and use it in some of these yummy recipes!

  • Rotel Nachos are so easy: Just add Rotel as the topping in your basic nachos recipe.
  • Make Rotel Taco Soup: Rotel can either be mixed into your favorite taco soup recipe, or used as a topping!
  • Up your chili game with Rotel Chili: This one is delicious for Game Day! Either mix Rotel into your chili recipe, or use it as a chili topping.

Serve vegetarian Rotel dip with fresh veggies!

Is Rotel Vegan or Vegetarian?

You can make vegan Rotel if you eliminate the meat and standard cheese.

Instead, opt for a vegan beef crumble substitute, like Beyond Meat’s meatless “beef” crumble. There isn’t a vegan Velveeta option, but there are tons of recipes out there to make your own out of nuts.

For a vegetarian Rotel dip, just omit the meat.

When serving gluten free Rotel dip, make sure that the items you are serving it with are gluten free–like gluten free corn chips and fresh veggies!

How Can I Make Gluten Free Rotel Dip?

Rotel is already gluten free–it is just cheese, meat, and tomatoes. I always double check the labels on any processed ingredients, though, to check for cross contamination.

If you are making gluten free Rotel, be careful when it comes to what you choose to dip in your Rotel.

Fresh veggies, gluten free corn chips, and gluten free crackers are great, safe choices!

Make sure you have a separate bowl of dip and items to dip, if you are hosting and have someone with gluten allergies attending, because even a tiny crumb can make them ill. You can even put a cute little sign or label nearby stating that it is gluten free, to keep everyone aware!


RoTel is a very southern USA dish. Many other parts of the world have never even heard of RoTel, much less RoTel dip. So, when it i brought up or when people find it on my site, they always have a few questions.

What is RoTel?

It is almost like salsa. It is simply a canned food that you can buy to use as seasoning in many delicious dishes. It is diced tomatoes and green chilies in a can.

What does RoTel mean?

Carl Roettele and his wife open a small canning plant in Elsa, Texas, processing over 25K cases of vegetables a year. The product they&rsquore proudest of is their tomatoes and green chilies. Worried people couldn&rsquot spell or pronounce &ldquoRoettele,&rdquo Carl used the name RO*TEL. Soon, his zesty tomatoes and chilies graced the tables of public figures and politicians throughout Texas.

What goes with RoTel Dip?

Because this is an appetizer that we eat as a meal, it can go with most anything. For a fun Taco Tuesday kinda of idea, stick with the Tex Mex theme and serve it with Tacos, Nachos, and/or Quesadillas.

How much RoTel to Velveeta?

I have found that the best ratio is 2 pounds of Velveeta to 10 ounces of RoTel.

What to serve with RoTel dip?

This cheese dip is so versatile that you can really serve it with nearly anything. We especially love it with tortilla chips, but the possibilities are endless. It is good with celery. You can&rsquot go wrong with corn chips, like Frito&rsquos Scoops. Crackers, especially butter ones like Ritz are super yummy dipped in this. Serve it on a hot dog for a delicious, cheesy dawg! Pretzels are great with this dip. As I said, the possibilities are endless!

How to make RoTel dip with ground beef on the stove?

You would do it the same way as in the microwave, except that you would slowly melt the Velveeta Cheese on medium heat. You want to melt the cheese, not burn it or cook it. Then, you would remove it from the heat before adding in the hamburger meat.


Savory beef and sausage stuffed peppers, topped with delicious melted cheddar cheese.

  • 1/2 lb ground sausage (I used sweet Italian)
  • 1/2 lb ground beef
  • 6 Large peppers (I used red, yellow and orange but green is fine too)
  • 1 Clove garlic
  • 1 Onion, chopped
  • 1 Cup cooked rice
  • 1 Can mild Rotel
  • 2 Cups shredded cheddar cheese
  • 2 Tbsp chopped fresh parsley
  • 1/2 Tsp salt
  • 1/2 Tsp pepper
  • Olive oil

Crock Pot Ro-Tel Dip With Ground Beef and Cheese

For a quick and easy crowd-pleasing dip, this classic Ro-Tel dip will do the trick. Ro-Tel is a brand of canned diced tomatoes with chiles that's become famous as a base for a creamy appetizer. If you don't have a can handy, you can always use your favorite chunky salsa.

Using the cheese product Velveeta ensures that this dip will be decadently creamy and won't turn into a hard mass of "cheese" as your gathering progresses. Browned ground beef adds meaty deliciousness, and you can add optional mix-ins like extra green chile peppers or mushrooms. If you're vegetarian, you can swap the beef for drained pinto or black beans.

This easy, cheesy dip is a casual party and game-day favorite, and it is super easy to fix in the slow cooker. After half an hour in the crock pot, switch the cooker to low and use it to keep the dip perfectly warm and at a creamy consistency. Serve with tortilla chips or crackers for dipping and watch it disappear in a flash—it's like a creamy, gooey nacho dip.


Specialty Ingredients:

The following ingredients are affiliate links on Amazon because they may be a bit hard to find in your normal store. I wanted you to be able to see exactly which things we are using.

Remember that not all ingredients in the Ground Turkey RoTel recipe are linked above. I tried to only include the ones that may be a bit difficult to find.


  1. I think the flavor of the finished recipe is really good as is written, but the dry spices are totally adaptable and safe to change or increase, so adjust to your tastes. I chose oregano and coriander (the dried seeds of cilantro in the US - if in the UK, you'd want the dried form of coriander) because both are used in Tex-Mex cooking. You can play with other dry spices (since they aren't revealed on the Rotel ingredient list) if you'd like.
  2. Use all mild peppers like Anaheim or ancho to make your Rotel most like the store-bought product. We like things spicy, so I added 1 jalapeño in my 1 cup of chilies. It wasn't very spicy, actually, so now I add 2-3, depending on the size.
  3. I found that even though quartered tomatoes seemed too big for a Rotel-type product, they cooked down so much in the 10 minutes that when I tried it with chopped tomatoes, it came out more like a chunky sauce, so I'm recommending simply quartering the tomatoes.
  4. I've been using only citric acid in tomatoes for the last few years as most bottled lemon juice is full of preservatives and the Rotel ingredient list uses it as well. However, you can use lemon juice if that is what you have (the option is included in the recipe below).

I sure hope you enjoy this recipe and that it makes your cheese dips, soups, and stews that much better!


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