After browning ground beef, I push the meat to one side of the pan and tilt the pan so the grease runs to the opposite side. Then I easily draw it out with a turkey baster. —Diane A., Lake Orion, Michigan
To increase this hearty dip's zip, use another can of chilies and Mexican-style stewed tomatoes and processed cheese. You could also keep it warm in a slow cooker or fondue pot. It's tasty served over a baked potato, too.
Denise Hill - Ottawa Lake, Michigan