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    Default Cob Loaf Dip Receipe

    Do you have a delicious receipe that everyone wants you to make again?!
    I have to take something to a BBQ on the weekend and would like to take a cob loaf but never made one before .... Would love to hear your receipes please

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    You mean like the dip in one?

    I use,what I call dip base (250 g philly &300ml sour cream) then add flavour. Most popular is spinich, add 1packet frozen spinich (defrosted and well drained) and one pack sprung vege soup mix, blend well add to hollowed cob loaf , heat for 1 hour at 180

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    Bacon & cheese cob
    8 rashers of short cut bacon
    250g tasty cheese grated
    Tub Philly cream cheese
    1 onion
    Large tub sour cream
    Cob

    Cook off the bacon & onion in a fry pan
    Mix all cheeses & sour cream plus bacon mix in a bowl
    Cut the lid off the cob & hollow out
    Empty mix in the cob
    Put lid back on & place on oven tray with the bread from inside the cob on the tray as well & cook for about 35mins on 140deg, keep an eye on it as you may have to take the lid off so the mixture heats through.
    If I'm taking it somewhere I normally put it in the oven at the place I'm going.
    It's soooooo good... I want it now!

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    Mines not a cob loaf but I have 2 that I always do an everyone loves!

    Spring vegetable dip
    1 x pkt spring vegetable soup mix
    1 x large tub sour cream
    Squirt lemon juice!

    Mix all together until desired consistency. Can use French onion soup mix. Yummy served with carrot sticks and celery sticks

    Cheese ball

    150g cream cheese
    150g cheddar cheese (Kraft blue box)
    150g tasty cheese
    2 x tbs gherkin relish

    Blend together in a food processor and then roll into a ball. Roll ball through paprika!

    Serve with cheese knife and crackers. Yum yum yum!

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    Yum I think I want to eat one now too!

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    The one i make is
    1 x pkt dried spring vegetable soup
    1 x tub philidelphia
    1 x sour cream
    1 x pack frozen spiniach
    mix it all together, spoon into hollowed out cob
    put it all in the oven until the top gets golden and bread is crunchy
    nom nom nom

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    I would use Barefooted's base and add a tin of creamed corn and chopped ham or bacon and chives. Very moreish.

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    I make the same as barefooted, but also add fresh chives very yummy

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    just realised mine is exactly the same as barefooteds

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    subscribing so i can remember the recipes for later.

    for the ladies that have done them - do you just tear up the 'filling' of the cod and put in oven for a while to crisp or do you add extra bread, if so how much extra?


 

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