It’s Football Friday, so today I’m sharing with you the recipe that I made for last week’s big game! This season, for big games, I am making dishes that represent Auburn’s opposing team’s state. So when we played LSU, I made Gumbo Dip. Then for the Mississippi State game, I made Mississippi Mud Brownies. And last week, when it was our turn to take on Ole Miss, I had no idea what other food represents Mississippi! So after a quick google search, I landed on this Mississippi Sin Dip.
Just glance over the ingredients list, and you know this dip will be good! Cream cheese, sour cream, ham, chilies, cheddar, and more combine to make this delicious dip! I also like displaying it inside the french bread loaf. It really classes up the tailgate spread :-). I served this at a party, and everyone loved it! Almost every person there made a comment about how good it was, so that made me feel good! This dip is definitely a winner.
- 1 loaf french bread
- 1 8-oz block cream cheese, room temperature
- 1 1/2 cups sour cream
- 2 cups shredded sharp cheddar
- 1/2 cup chopped smoked ham or prosciutto
- 1/3 cup green onion, chopped fine
- 4 oz can chopped green chilies, undrained
- 1/4 cup jalapeno pepper, chopped fine
- couple shakes Worcestershire sauce
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- First, prepare the bread by cutting off the very top of the bread, about 1/2 inch deep. Hollow out the bread, leaving about a 1-inch shell. Set the top aside and cut the inside bread into cubes for toasting and dipping later.
- Mix all other ingredients in a mixer until blended. (Reserve a little meat and green onions to sprinkle on top later)
- Place a piece of aluminum foil that is large enough to wrap around the whole loaf onto a baking sheet. Then, pour the cheese mixture into the hollowed-out bread. Sprinkle on your reserved onions and ham, if desired. Return the top piece of bread to close the bread bowl. Wrap completely in foil and place baking sheet in oven. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour.
- Serve hot with toasted bread cubes, corn chips, or even assorted vegetables!
Source: Amanda Jane Brown