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DIY: Ham & Cheese Dip

So…

This is the second in the DIY Recipe series, and it starts my Mom’s special DIY Ham & Cheese Dip.

This dip requires the following ingredients:

L-R: picked relish, mayonnaise  (Not pictured: some sort of ham, onions, salt)

L-R: picked relish, mayonnaise
(Not pictured: some sort of ham, onions, salt)

sharp cheddar

sharp cheddar

First, shred the sharp cheddar using a cheese shredder. If you do not have one, then cut the cheese into small squares and place them in the food processor.

smaller squares than these!

smaller squares than these!

finished product (minus the clumpy parts)

finished product (minus the clumpy parts)

Then slice half of an onion as thinly as possible before adding it to the cheese.

thin slices!

thin slices!

Add roughly 4 tablespoons of picked relish (or until you are satisfied with the taste of the mixture).

roughly 4 tablespoons of picked relish

roughly 4 tablespoons of picked relish

Slice up your choice of ham: for this recipe we used roughly 100 grams of prosciutto. You can also use a sweet ham to offset the sharpness of the cheddar.

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prosciutto!

Add the ham to the rest of the mixture and mix thoroughly.

final mixture

final mixture

Finally, add in more ingredients (such as cheese) until the mixture is to your taste.

add more cheese if you want!

add more cheese if you want!

This recipe serves roughly 12 people. Place in the fridge after plastic-wrapping the dish to serve cold, or microwave for a few seconds to serve warm.

the finished product!

the finished product!

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