11 February 2008

Tried and true. Trust me. I wouldn't steer you wrong.

Chipped Beef Bread Dip

16 oz. sour cream
1- 1/2 cups Hellman's mayo
1 medium onion, chopped fine
2 packages dried chipped beef (Esskay reduced sodium is best)

Mix and refrigerate at least a few hours to combine flavors. Hollow out a medium-sized round bread and fill with dip. Break 'crown' of bread into large chunks, along with an extra loaf, to dip with. I like to use sourdough.

Fumi Salad

1 lg package cole slaw (I use Fresh Express angel hair)
1 package Ramen noodles, crushed in bag (I use chicken flavor)
1/3 c dry roasted sunflower seeds
1/2 c toasted slivered almonds
2 chopped scallions

Dressing
1/4 cup plus 1 TBS seasoned rice vinegar
1/4 c oil
3 TBS sugar
seasoning packet from noodles

Mix dressing ingredients together and set aside. Shake every now and then because it takes the sugar a while to dissolve. (I use the cruet from Good Seasonings dressing) Mix all the salad stuff together except for the noodles. Right before serving add the noodles and the dressing. Toss.

9 comments:

hensteeth said...

Thank you for the dip recipe. It's the kind of snack treat I sometimes crave, but never would have put together on my own. I appreciate it.

Brad said...

YUM ! - Thanks Darling ! I Think I'll have to throw a party to try them out !

Kelly Jene said...

Yum.. I'm going to add them to my recipe box!

Amanda said...

You always know the yummiest recipes, thank you for posting that.

CRUSTYBEEF said...

YES!! I can't wait to make them! I have a great recipe too for you!:
Chicken Adobo and Baked Spaghetti with heavy whipping cream!! YOu want it?? :)

Lox,
Elizabeth

Mary said...

Both are in my "to-do" file. I think the reef club will enjoy both. Thanks. Your recipes are the best.

Portia said...

OH YEAH I'm printing this out! I can't wait to try the dip; I've never made anything in a bread bowl before. Well, aside from my brief stint at the Renaissance Faire, we served stew in little ones. Thanks for sharing:)

susan said...

If chipped beef like beef jerky? I'm kinda clueless here.

captain corky said...

Do you think Max will mind if I borrow a couple of his bibs when I come to visit? I'm going to need them with all the fine food you'll be cooking us. Don't worry though, I'll do the dishes. ;)

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