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Liz’s Ham Dip in Loaf
March 4, 2009, 3:11 am
Filed under: appetizer

This is one of Liz’s masterpieces!

1 Loaf of bread (I usually use a long French loaf but a round kind would be fine too or you can omit the bread all together and just put the dip in a bowl of some sort).
1 1/2 C sour cream (you can use lite)
2 C shredded cheddar cheese
1 8 oz package of cream cheese (I usually use 1/3 less fat, not fat free, that’s funny looking and has a weird texture)
1/3 c green onions
1/2 C chopped ham (I use the packages of cubed ham in the deli section and just chop the cubes up a little bit)
1/3 C green chiles
Dash of Worsteshire

Use knife to remove the top of the bread and carve some room in the loaf. Mix all other ingredients together and put inside bread. PLace top back on the loaf. Cover with foil adn bake at 350 for an hour. Serve hot with scoop chips.

The only problem with this if you are taking it somewhere is to keep it warm but if you keep it wrapped up in foil or reheat it right when you get there, it should stay warm and if it’s a little bit cold, it’s okay to. I loved this the first time I had it and every time I have served it, it’s been a huge hit. It’s not fancy but it’s good and easy.

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