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    I have one that is a variation on the one above and every time I make it - it is demolished.
    Creamy Boscaiola dip in a crunchy cob loaf
    50g butter
    1 onion, chopped
    4 bacon rashers, chopped
    200g button mushrooms, sliced
    1/3 cup plain flour
    2 cups milk
    1/4 cup sour cream
    4 spring onions, finely chopped



    Preheat oven to 200deg. Scroop the insides out of a cob and bake for 10 mins
    Melt butter in a pan. Cook onion and bacon for 3 mins. Add mushrooms and cook a further 5 mins. Add flour and cook 1 min. Remove from heat and gradually stir in milk. Return to heat and stir until it boils and thickens. Remove from heat and stir through sour cream.
    You can keep this warm until you are ready to serve and just pour into the cob topped with the spring onions

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    Thanks, love them, keep em coming please

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    Spinach Dip in Cob Bread

    1 pkt Vegetable soup mix, you know the powder ones like FO soup & Chicken noodle.
    1 pkt Frozen chopped spinach, thawed, well-drained
    1 1/2 cup Sour cream (you can use fat free/light)
    1 cup Mayonnaise
    1 can Water chestnuts, chopped fine

    1-2 days ahead: Mix all ingredients well. Refrigerate at least overnight to blend flavors. Easy, quick & delicious.

    To Serve: Cut top off cob loaf, scoop out middle (use to dip) and fill with dip.

    This is my personal all time favourite dip. I make a few different dips but this is the one I actually love to eat.

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    The one a lady a work made was the same as Kerry's recipe minus the water chestnuts as it was always eaten. So yummy.

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    The water chestnuts just add that little crunchy extra yumminess.

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    Hi Kate
    This one is a Warm Tuna Dip
    1 large tin of tuna (425g)
    1 onion finely chopped
    1/2 teaspoon of curry powder
    1 tub of light sour cream
    Mayonnaise (approx 3/4 of a 225g jar)
    cobb loaf

    cook the onion and tuna and stir, add sour cream and Mix well. add the mayo and curry and heat through. Remove from heat and put in hollowed out cobb.

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    Hi Kate,

    My mum makes the best hot bread dip, I'm sure I only get invited to parties so I can bring it along!!

    Ingredients are:

    1 x pk philly cheese
    1 x sml tub sour cream
    6 x shallots
    6 x rashers bacon (diced)
    3 x handfuls of grated cheese
    (I add more bacon and more cheese!!)

    Mix it all in together (if you dice the philly cheese it seems to blend more easily when cooked)
    Hollow out the bread cob and break up all the bits you have pulled out.
    Put mixture into the bread cob, whack it in the oven, about 180 - 200 degrees for about an hour give or take.
    Remove the cob from oven. Put the broken up bread bits in for about 5-10 mins to crispy up.
    It's delicious, not very healthy, but delicious!!

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    I have a real quick n easy one thats great as a last minute dip (no thought or preparation required!!!)

    1 large cob
    2 pks of light philly cream cheese (I use the light philly so I don't feel as guilty)
    1 pkt dry french onion soup mix

    Cut top off cob loaf and scoop out inside
    Mix soup and philly together and put inside cob
    Put lid back on and wrap in foil
    Heat in oven on 180 for about 20 mins

    Yum, but sooooo easy and great if you don't have time to prepare.

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    sound yummy!!!!!!!!! i know what i'm taking for next mums group

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    oh kerry that dip is my favourite!!!! NOW I WANT IT!!
    so good on a cold winters melbourne night and a good glass of wine.

    me 28 dad 25
    DDnovember 06 mummys big crawling girl

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    Default hit me with your best cob loaf dip recipe

    I'd like to make one to have at DS's birthday party.....it's so deliciously retro!
    Perhaps one with spinach and pine nuts?
    Also can I use fresh spinach? I have bad childhood memories of the soggy frozen stuff

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    I put different things in at different times.
    Basic recipe I always use
    Sour cream
    Cheese
    Shallots
    Bacon

    Others I chuck in randomly
    mushrooms
    spinach (fresh would work )
    onion
    corn
    garlic

    I'm sooooooo craving one now!!!

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    I've merged your thread with the original Cob Loaf Dip Recipes thread for you allycat06 You'll find heaps of recipes here!

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    Thanks Rouge

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    Default Cob Loaf Dip Recipes

    Hi, just wondering if anyone has any good recipes for this.
    I remember trying one a few years ago at a party, and I am pretty sure it had Spinach in it. Oh and it was really yummy I guess if you had one that you know is usually a hit, I would love to know what is in it.
    Thanks for anyone who might be able to assist me!

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    mine has 2 x blocks of philadelphia cream cheese
    1 can of creamed corn
    1 can of corn kernals
    1 onion
    diced bacon (how ever much you like)
    grated cheese.

    Mix it all together on the stove top, and then pop it into the middle of the cobb loaf and put it in the oven till the cobb loaf bread is toasted.

    Our group of friends love this version.

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    THere is a whole thread on this somewhere - I'll find it for you.

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    I should ask my aunty, she does a really nice one - will send her a msg and ask, otherwise i'd be interested to see aswell.

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