Friday, January 7, 2011

I Love Eating Cat Puke - With Recipe

There's a discussion going on over at Meadowbrook Farm about Velveeta.

And, it made me think...
I haven't made cat puke in a while.

My husband and I love the stuff.
Though, we REALLY need to find a new name.

My friend gave me this recipe and she passed the memorable name along, too.

Now, I am not really a fan of Velteeta. To me it's plastic. But, after trying this recipe only once, my honey and I decided we could pretend it didn't come from a big yellow block that looked like it was likely pressed in the 50's.

Here's the recipe.
Try it...and you can gross out YOUR friends, too :)

Recipe for Cat Puke
Prep Time: 5 min.
Total Time: 10 min.

1 lb. (16 oz.) Velveeta Pasteurized Prepared Cheese Product, cut up
1 can (10 oz.) RO*TEL diced Tomatoes & Green Chilies, undrained
1/2 to 3/4 lb. ground beef, cooked, drained
1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
green onions, optional

Brown the ground beef while you cut the Velveeta into 1 inch chunks. Open the can of Ro*Tel and do NOT drain it. Look for the Worcestershire sauce. (Check your top shelf in the far back. Or, it might be sitting in the fridge door, hiding behind the mustard with the A1 sauce. Trust me, it's there, just keep looking. You don't want to skip the sauce.)

Toss the drained ground beef, Velveeta and undrained Ro*Tel into a bowl and microwave on high 5 min. or until Velveeta is completely melted, stirring after 3 mins.

Remove bowl from microwave. Stir in the Worcestershire sauce. Taste. Add more, if desired. Add chopped green onion, if desired.

Serve with chips to your family and then head to the store because you realize that you didn't make NEARLY enough and now apparently you need to create a new line-item in your household budget just to support your family's new addiction to Cat Puke.

Speaking of which...
Feel free to offer suggestions for a new name in the comments section below. ;)

Do you have a recipe that SOUNDS horrible, but tastes fantastic?
Tell us!

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1 comment:

Teresa said...

Yum! We have a very similar recipe with sausage instead of the ground beef. Soooo good. We call ours...get ready....cheese dip. How's that for an awesome name?!
The funniest comment left on my Velveeta post involved a lady who dropped her block of Velveeta and it bounced! Cracked me up.

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