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Hawaiian Dip – My favorite dip, (other than my boyfriend)

Hawaiian Dip is my all time favorite dip, my Aunt Rhonda Jo gave me the recipe years ago and I have been impressing peoples taste buds with it ever since.  Every time someone tastes it they ask for the recipe, so here you go.

Ingredients:

1 thick slice of Ham – (or pre-cut cubes if your feeling lazy that day)

2 Cups Shredded Cheese

6 oz Cream Cheese

1 1\2 Cup Sour Cream

1 Cup diced Ham

1 1\2 Cup chopped green onions

1 – 3oz. can of chopped Green Chilies

1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce

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Butter Mixture:

2 Tablespoons Vegetable Oil

1 Tablespoon melted butter

Mix together and drizzle over bread crumbs and bake till brown for dipping.

BLOG FOOD 428

BLOG FOOD ham

breadbowl

bowl

mixtogether

You may make a mess at this point…. or maybe that’s just me.

mess

onionsnstuff

Mix mix mix, stir, stir, stir….. la la la….

add to bowl

looks like thisput the top on

cookNow we wait for what seems like forever….

But while we are waiting we can make out dipping pieces from the bread we set aside.

bread crumbs

butter baby

coat

BLOG FOODbake

AND NOW>>>>

Eat

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About BethLanning

Im a scatterbrained dingbat but I have Ninja potential. This site is to catch all my scatterbrain in one place so it will be a pile of different things. The more I write the more I learn about the different piles of myself. I once thought it was all a ball of confusion and mess but I now see distinct areas taking shape. My Writing, Cooking and Food, Art, Poetry, Fitness Life, Projects, Learning to Organize, Personal Growth and its really a catch all and you never know what you'll get but isn't that just the way life is? See my other site for me and my husbands journey to build a Tiny hOme!

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  1. Your scattered brain is no more than a jigsaw puzzle in a box the had been sitting on the shelf never opened. Now you have dumped it out and putting the pieces together. Love the recipe and going to give it a shot. 😉

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  2. I’d love to try this…but do you have a printable recipe? All your directions are on the photos and I’d have to print EIGHTEEN pages and I am on a desktop, so I can’t run back to the computer every time I need to check the directions…

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    • I’m so sorry I lost touch with my little self and my little blog for awhile. I’m going to totally put the directions at the bottom hopefully in a printable version. Thanks I never would have thought of that!

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  3. I used to make this everytime I got invited to a party or get together like 20 years ago. I don’t remember where I got the recipe, but when we moved I lost all of my recipes. I can’t wait to make this again, this is exactly the same recipe and I was so excited to just see the pic of the ingredients. Thank you so much for posting this! 😀

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