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Jewish Recipes --> Recipes --> Appetizers --> Kosher Dips

Hot and Spicy Dip
Time: 10 minutes
  • 1/2 bottle of ketchup (any brand, the small 7 oz. size that restaurants put at tables)
  • 1/4 lb of sliced pepper jack cheese

In a small - to medium-sized microwave-safe bowl, alternately layer cheese and ketchup, as described below:

  • ketchup
  • cheese
  • ketchup
  • cheese
  • ketchup
  • Does not need a hechsher:
  • Need a hechsher: Ketchup, cheese
  • Do not mix dairy and meat products. Kosher food and cooking you must separate meat and dairy products and have separate meat and dairy dishes. Side dishes can be either dairy or parve.

note: Processed foods generally require a hechsher / kosher symbol - consult your Rabbi

  • Cover the bowl with a paper plate, place in a microwave oven, and heat it for 1 minute on high or until cheese is melted.

  • After removing from microwave, mix with a metal fork (plastic might melt).

  • Let cool for 2 minutes at room temperature. Serve with chips or crackers.

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