What are some ways to melt Velveeta cheese?

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Velveeta cheese can be melted by placing it in a microwave-safe bowl and cooking it in the microwave for about a minute. Velveeta cheese can also be melted on the stove top. Velveeta cheese can be used for dips and for macaroni.
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Velveeta is a processed cheese with a creamy, soft texture when melted. Velveeta cheese is often used to make sauces, dips and casseroles. The cheese loaf is the original Kraft Velveeta
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Make yourself a "double boiler" by finding 2 pots similar in size. Fill the larger one with water until the bottom of the smaller one slightly rests in it. For a 5# block
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Prices vary across the contiguous states but a 16-oz loaf will generally cost you between 2 and 6 dollars.
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Melting cheese is no problem if you just have a little patience. Put your cheese (cut in to cubes) and a little milk in to a sauce pan and melt and stir over low heat. It will burn
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How to Melt Velveeta Cheese
Velveeta is a soft, creamy processed cheese product that melts more easily and smoothly than other cheeses. It's often used in making dips, sauces, casseroles and other dishes that call for melted cheese. While Kraft produces a large selection of... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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Melting Velveeta cheese in the microwave is not hard. Simply put it in a microwave safe bowl and heat. The length of time depends on the amount you need heated. ...
The best way to melt Velveeta cheese is to slice it up into cubes and place it in a small pot over medium heat. Velveeta cheese can also melt in the microwave ...
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