What is cheese dip?
Cheese dip is a dish, usually served as an appetizer, where cheese is combined with other ingredients such as meat, vegetables, milk, and seasonings, then baked or melted and served with bread or crudités for dipping.
How do you make cheese dip?
Typically, cheese dip is made by mixing cheese with other ingredients and melting it in a saucepan, baking, or broiling it in the oven.
Who invented cheese dip?
Legend has it that cheese dip was invented by the owners of a Mexican restaurant in Arkansas or Texas in the 1930s, though melted cheese dishes have been part of Mexican cuisine for many years prior.