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Mon, Sep 03 2012 post by Mely

CHEESE & CORN DIP

Wanting to add a little Latin flavor to the end of summer BBQ’s, I came up with this recipe. It’s a yummy treat that will go with any dinner party or BBQ. Click here for the full artic...

CHEESE & CORN DIP

Ingredients:

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    • 10                   Rhodes Dinner Rolls
    • 1                     Egg
    • 1 cup               Corn, either frozen or fresh kernels
    • 1 tbsp              Butter
    • 2 cups              Milk
    • 2 cups              Mozzarella Cheese
    • 2 tbsp              Butter
    • ¼ cup               Flour
    • 1 tbsp              Parmesan Cheese
    • 1/8 tsp             Garlic Powder
    • 1/8 tsp             Pepper
    • 1/8 tsp             Oregano, dried
    • ½ large             Chicken Bouillon cube, or 1 small cube   

         

Background:

Wanting to add a little Latin flavor to the end of summer BBQ’s, I came up with this recipe. It’s a yummy treat that will go with any dinner party or BBQ.

 

It’s a yummy Rhodes treat that will go with any dinner party or BBQ.

Directions:

You will start out by defrosting your Rhodes Rolls. As soon as they are defrosted, knead them into a ball.

Spray a baking sheet and place your kneaded roll in the center to rise.

 

 

It’s a yummy Rhodes treat that will go with any dinner party or BBQ.

You will let your roll rise until it is at least 3 times it’s original size.

Then you will take your egg, wisk it, and brush it over your entire roll. This is what mine looked like.

 

 

It’s a yummy Rhodes treat that will go with any dinner party or BBQ.

You will be baking it at 350 degrees F for about 20 minutes or until it looks like this deep golden brown. Set it aside to cool. 

 

 

It’s a yummy Rhodes treat that will go with any dinner party or BBQ.

In a small frying pan, melt the 1 tbsp of butter. Then add your corn. I used frozen corn and just let it defreeze in the butter. You want to just heat it but not overcook it. Set it aside.

 

 

It’s a yummy Rhodes treat that will go with any dinner party or BBQ.

Now take a small to medium sauce pan and place it on the counter.

Add your cold milk and slowly whisk in the flour.

Once the flour is whisked in, making sure you have no lumps, place it on medium-high heat.

Now you need to whisk, until your mixture begins to boil.

Now add the 2 tbsp of butter, the garlic powder, pepper, chicken bouillon, and oregano.

Take a look at the consistency of your mixture, continue to whisk until the mixture starts to thicken.

 

 

It’s a yummy Rhodes treat that will go with any dinner party or BBQ.

Your next step will be to add the cheese. Add your mozzarella little by little in ½ cup increments. Each ½ cup you add, you will whisk until it melts. Then add the next. 

 

 

It’s a yummy Rhodes treat that will go with any dinner party or BBQ.

Now whisk in your parmesan cheese and let your mixture thicken until it is thick. See the picture above for the consistency you want to have. 

 

 

It’s a yummy Rhodes treat that will go with any dinner party or BBQ.

Now it is time to add the corn.

 

 

It’s a yummy Rhodes treat that will go with any dinner party or BBQ.

Your bread bowl should be ready to cut. Use a sharp knife to cut a large circle on the top of the bowl.

Make sure you set aside all of the bread you cut out.

You will want to cut into the bowl to hollow it. I usually leave about an inch of bread on all sides. These will melt and help make your bowl water tight.

Place your bread bowl on the tray you will serve it on.

Now add your cheese corn dip into the middle of the bowl. All of the dip I made fit perfectly into my bowl.

You can now decorate it with your left over bread and corn chips.

ENJOY!!!

Posted in Appetizers, Mely
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Cheese and Corn Dip

Servings: 12 | Skills: Beginning | Prep Time: 30 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 25 min

Cheese and Corn Dip
5.0 / 5  (1 vote, 3 reviews )

Ingredients

10 Rhodes Dinner Rolls
1 Egg
1 cup Corn, either frozen or fresh kernels
1 tablespoon Butter
2 cups Milk
2 cups Mozzarella Cheese
2 tablespoons Butter
¼ cup Flour
1 tablespoon Parmesan Cheese
1/8 tsp Garlic Powder
1/8 tsp pepper
1/8 tsp Oregano, dried
1 Chicken Bouillon cube

Instructions

Thaw rolls and knead into a ball.
Spray a baking sheet and place dough ball in the center to rise.
Rise until 3 times original size.
Brush with egg wash.
Bake at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes.
In a small frying pan, melt the 1 tablespoon of butter. Then add your corn. I used frozen corn and just let it thaw in the butter. You want to just heat it but not overcook it. Set it aside. Now take a small to medium sauce pan and place it on the counter.
Add your cold milk and slowly whisk in the flour.
Once the flour is whisked in, making sure you have no lumps, place it on medium-high heat.
Now you need to whisk, until your mixture begins to boil.
Now add the 2 tablespoons of butter, the garlic powder, pepper, chicken bouillon, and oregano.
Take a look at the consistency of your mixture, continue to whisk until the mixture starts to thicken.
Your next step will be to add the cheese. Add your mozzarella little by little in ½ cup increments. Each ½ cup you add, you will whisk until it melts. Then add the next. Whisk in your parmesan cheese and let your mixture thicken until it is thick. See the picture above for the consistency you want to have. Now it is time to add the corn. Your bread bowl should be ready to cut. Use a sharp knife to cut a large circle on the top of the bowl.
Make sure you set aside all of the bread you cut out.
You will want to cut into the bowl to hollow it. I usually leave about an inch of bread on all sides. These will melt and help make your bowl water tight.
Place your bread bowl on the tray you will serve it on.
Now add your cheese corn dip into the middle of the bowl. All of the dip I made fit perfectly into my bowl.
You can now decorate it with your left over bread and corn chips.

3 Comments

LLiamo Bernardo Curtino said on Sep 13, 2012
This comida ...make me mucho largo Mely!!!!
cybertill integration said on Apr 15, 2013
This belongs to mexican food? very interesting recipe, I might give it a try these days!
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