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Chef David Bishop teaches how to prepare a delicious cheesy pizza dip.
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Cheesy Pizza Dip Recipe
Hi this is Chef Dave Bishop from The Chef to You. Welcome to my kitchen.
Today I would like to show you how to make a Cheesy Pizza Dip. This is a dip that you put in the oven, warm up, and serve it with chips. You can use this for the youth activities, family get togethers. Wherever you went and you taste it, you’re going to find the reasons to just make it.
The ingredients we’ll be using today are our pizza sauce or spaghetti sauce of your choice, 24 ounce a bottle; two 8-ounce packages of cream cheese, 1/8 ounce pack of your choice of cheese—a mozzarella, a cheddar, or a blend. I’ve got a piece of blend here. Pepperoni, this is optional, not necessary. I like it for the flavor and dry this up, that’s going on top. Your choice of chips, I like the scoops. It works real great for me.
We’ll put our two packages of cream cheese in this 9x13 inch dish. I'm going to spread it out evenly. You’re going to bring your cream cheese to room temperature, if not, put in the microwave up to 20 to 25 seconds, just enough to soften it up.
Once you get your cream cheese leveled, take your pizza sauce. Just spread it over evenly across the whole dish. Shake a little bit—get your sauce nice and even.
Next step is take your 8-ounce bag of cheese, sprinkle evenly across the whole top. Sprinkle the cheese nice and even. Take some pepperoni pieces, spread these on top, again I said this is optional.
This whole dish has got a lot of variations that you can do with it. Instead of your spaghetti sauce, you can put black beans and a fresh salsa or jar salsa, and then go on with your cheese. If you like the flavor of a cilantro, dice some fresh cilantro, we’ll get in on top, it would be delicious.
Very simple to prepare so far. You can stop at this point. Put this in the refrigerator and last it maybe two to three days before you need to go ahead and cook it. So if you’re planning for an event, you can have this done ahead of time.
Next stop here, we’re going to put this in a 350 degree oven, for 20 to 25 minutes so the cheese is well melted, and the cheese starts to brown a little bit.
Let’s take a look at what we got a little quick here. We got a cheese nice and melted, few brown spots some with cheese is melted already; pepperoni looks really good. You got some chips next to it—making this for party; bake it off about 20 to 25 minutes, about a half hour before the party starts so it’s still nice and warm; wrap it up, take it your vent— wonderful fish.
This is Chef David of Cook It and Teach, until next time. May God bless.