Dubliner Cheese Dip. I’ve lost track of the number of times I’ve been asked for this recipe. A delicious cheese spread recipe made even creamier with cream cheese and mayoIf you’re looking for Dubliner Cheese Recipes, this is the best.
It seems that when it comes to dips, cheese is king. Awesome, easy to make and crowd pleasing, don’t forget to make one this one this Holiday Season.
Here’s the story behind my latest find, Dubliner Cheese Dip.
The last Sur la Table cooking class I attended was the Tuesday before Thanksgiving and we made pies. Great class because they gave us two Sur la Table pie plates full of holiday pies for a take and bake treat for our Thanksgiving meal. Very cool!
Photos are of my client Caroline Glidden, Realtor and coworker, Stacie. An apple and cranberry lattice pie (omg). And my boss Connie and Caroline. Great class and we ended up happy little flaky crust bakers.
Usually our class is about a main course meal item which ends up on a plate for lunch.
Even though we got small bite pies to keep us from starving, one of the Chef’s assistants made us this bowl of Dubliner cheese dip and crackers.
One by one as we tasted the dip, every single one of us asked for the recipe. I even threatened not to leave until I got it.
What Is Dubliner Cheese?
Dubliner Cheese is a cow’s milk cheese made by Kerrygold. Yes, the same folks that make that remarkable Irish butter.
Good stuff, complex, worldly, slightly sweet, slightly nutty and robust, this cheese is fabulous.
Tip: It’s a granular cheese in texture so you want to keep in the fridge until you’re ready to grate, so it doesn’t chunk and fall apart.
I don’t think I’ve ever purchased it until now. Even though I’m feeling a loss over that, I’m dancing a jig over the find.
I took this dip to Greg and Cauleen’s house for the Bronco Game and Sunday Gravy Dinner. They asked for the recipe. Served with Original Wheat Thin crackers seemed perfect.
A side note, I loved Cauleen’s display of little balls of mozarella, pepperoni, basil and grape tomato appetizer. Perfect for that round bowl and our Italian feast.
Dubliner Cheese Dip ( Spread ) Recipe
Now that I’ve had my first soiree with this wonderful cheese, I’ll be looking for more Dubliner cheese recipes. So, if you have any, I’d love to give it a try.
I hope you give this Dubliner Cheese Dip recipe a try. And if you do, please come back and let me know how you liked it and give the recipe a star rating.
More cheese appetizer recipes.
- Jalapeno Artichoke Cheese Dip
- Golden Bee (Broadoor Hotel) Cheese Recipe
- Pastrami Cheese Appetizer Bites
- Cumin Spiced Gouda Cheese Fondue with Bacon
Dubliner Cheese Dip. I’ve lost track of the number of times I’ve been asked for this recipe. A delicious cheese spread recipe made even creamier with cream cheese and mayo.
- 7 ounces Dubliner Cheddar Cheese grated
- 4 ounces cream cheese room temperature.
- 1 large red bell pepper roasted and chopped
- 1 medium shallot peeled and diced
- 1/4 cup mayonnaise
- 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
- pepper to taste
- A splash of Sriracha – optional
- Mix all ingredients together until well blended and serve with your favorite crackers. We like this with Wheat Thins.
Note: Leave cheese in refrigerator until ready to grate, so it doesn’t crumble.
I also took this dip to our ugly Christmas sweater party and all eight of our friends in attendance asked for the recipe.
Grated cheese, roasted red pepper, minced shallot, cream cheese and some mayo and it’s a winner.
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Dubliner Cheese Dip …It’s what’s for an Appetizer.