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Friday, October 17, 2014

Hot Sauced Kentucky Beer Cheese

This Hot Sauced Kentucky Beer Cheese was the first thing I made from the Cooking With Frank's RedHot Cookbook. It's a highly flavored dip that Rachel and I couldn't get enough of! Lots of punch from the hot sauce and the zip from fresh garlic was very nice. Note: I chose to use pre-shredded cheddar and no matter how many times I scraped down the food processor, my dip wasn't going to get velvety smooth. So don't do what I did, please do as the recipe suggests and shred your own cheese. I'm thinking room temperature cheese might be helpful too. Serve with celery, pretzels (pumpkin and bat shapes optional:@) and potato or tortilla chips. If your crowd likes zingy dips, don't hesitate to add this one to your list folks!
I had a little leftover and spread it on a roll with some ham, it made a fantastic sandwich!

Funny side note from the 'it's a small world' chapter of life: 
The author of this cookbook is a lady that has the blog Coconut & Lime. Back in 2010 when I started Pig In Mud I contacted her to ask if it would be ok to use one of her photos on my blog and she graciously said yes. What did I see that I couldn't wait to share with you?

I still love it today!!!

Hot Sauced Kentucky Beer Cheese-from Cooking with Frank's RedHot Cayenne Pepper Sauce
1 pound brick of extra sharp white cheddar cheese, shredded
1 clove garlic, minced
1 shallot, quartered
2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
1 tsp ground mustard
1/2 tsp black pepper
1/2 tsp chipotle powder
1/2 C amber ale
1/4 C Frank's RedHot Cayenne Pepper Sauce
Serve with: pretzels, celery, potato chips, tortilla chips, Fritos
  1. Place cheese, garlic, shallot, Worcestershire and spices into a food processor fitted with the blade.
  2. Cover and begin to process. With processor running slowly stream in the beer and hot sauce. Process until smooth.
  3. Transfer mixture to bowl, cover and refrigerate at least 2 hours or overnight.
Eat well and have a happy day:@)

9 comments:

  1. Yum.. you had me at beer and cheese. : )

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  2. Beer and cheese just seem to go together. It was very nice of you to ask if you could use one of her photos and I can see why. Cute, cute grill.
    Sam

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  3. so is the beer from kentucky? the cheese? the hot sauce?

    i do like the pig grill!

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  4. Honestly...this is not for me....but my husband will LOVE it!!
    Thank you for sharing, dearie.
    Debbie
    xo

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  5. What a great combination and perfect for a football party, or even if it's not a party :) What an adorable grill! That was very kind of her to let you use the picture.

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  6. Sounds like a fun treat Love the grill.

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  7. Your dip sounds perfect for football season Lynn! Love the idea of using it on a roll for a sandwich too. Love the grill pic, it is a small world :)

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  8. Isn't that a coincidence with the grill pic and the cookbook and the lady?? The dip sounds wonderful and I know my family would love it. Your idea of using the extras on a sandwich sounds perfect.
    Happy football watching tomorrow, Lynn!

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  9. yes, yes, yes, I need a good beer cheese dip! I love that yours is lumpy, who cares? And yes please spread it on my sandwich! Roll Tide!
    Jenna

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