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Stuffed Edam Cheese

I clipped this recipe from a magazine almost thirty years ago and have made it many times for Christmas parties and gatherings. It's a spreadable step away from the ordinary cheese platter. Serve with your favorite crackers, melba rounds, or pretzel dippers. I also like it because it can be prepared in advance of when you will be serving it.

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30mins
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  • Remove a 2 to 3 inch wide horizontal slice from top of cheese.
  • Scoop out the cheese, leaving a 1/4 inch thick shell.
  • With a sharp knife, cut a sawtooth pattern around the edge of the shell.
  • Shred the cheese.
  • With an electric mixer, blend shredded cheese with the remaining ingredients.Mixture will be lumpy.
  • Spoon cheese mixture into shell, cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate until about 2 hours before serving.
  • May be prepared in advance to this point up to three days.
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"I clipped this recipe from a magazine almost thirty years ago and have made it many times for Christmas parties and gatherings. It's a spreadable step away from the ordinary cheese platter. Serve with your favorite crackers, melba rounds, or pretzel dippers. I also like it because it can be prepared in advance of when you will be serving it."
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  1. Tisa R.
    I found this recipe 50 years ago...in Larousse Gastonomique...a mid-1950's edition I got as a gift from a friend. Didn't include the caraway seeds but I will try that on a small cheese at home. It was magnifique..looking forward to making it again for a New Year's Eve party.
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  2. Leslie in Texas
    I clipped this recipe from a magazine almost thirty years ago and have made it many times for Christmas parties and gatherings. It's a spreadable step away from the ordinary cheese platter. Serve with your favorite crackers, melba rounds, or pretzel dippers. I also like it because it can be prepared in advance of when you will be serving it.
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