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This is a very good "party" dip. Serve hot with chips of your choice.
Make and share this Mississippi "sin" dip recipe from Food.com.
- Mix cream cheese and sour cream with mixer until smooth.
- Add all other ingredients and stir well.
- Cut top off bread loaf and hollow out the center.
- Put mixture in the bread and put the top back on. (If you don't want to do the "bread thing" I have also put the ingredients in the crockpot on high till all cheese melts, stirring once or twice, then lowering the temp to low or warm settings to serve.)
- Wrap in aluminum foil and bake for 1 hour at 350 degrees.
I made this twice this weekend. The first time as is, and the second time I added about four shakes of chipotle hot sauce to it. It was great both ways. The only difficulty I had was that one hour in the oven was a little much for the bread. The second time I made it, I ended up cooking it in a dish and then transferring it to the bread after it had cooked. I only had to cook it for thirty minutes that way, too. Good recipe and it was easy to make!
Very nice indeed. I used Double Gloucester cheese and crusty sourdough bread (can't find decent Italian bread very often!) I think I'd like it with a stronger cheese, so I'll experiment a bit next time. Thanks for the recipe - it's quite different than others that I have made.
Made this warm dip for my son-in-laws birthday party. Was a big hit! I used the lunch meat but it seemed to be a little salty. Crab meat would also be good in this recipe.