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Obatzda - Cheese dip
Obatzda - Cheese dip
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If you’ve been to a German Beer garden, you most probably been introduced to the typical cheese dip called obatzda. This homemade obatzda is made with cream cheese, camembert, butter, spices and of course some beer. Don’t forget to serve it together with radishes, red onion, bread or a bretzel. This is a perfect cold summer side dish.

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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250 gr Strong Camembert cheese
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200 gr Cream cheese
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50 gr Soft butter
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40 ml Beer
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0,5 tablespoon Strong paprika powder
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0,25 teaspoon Chili powder
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0,25 teaspoon Salt
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0,25 teaspoon Cumin
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1 Red oinion
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15 gr Chives
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15 Radishes
Instructions:
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Mix the butter and the cream cheese together.
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Cut the camembert cheese, onion and chives in small pieces.
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Mix the cream cheese and butter mixture together with the camembert cheese with a fork. Mash it well together.
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Add all the rest of the ingredients except of the radishes and mix it all well.
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Place it in the fridge for minimum 30 minutes before serving it. Place the radishes and some bread or bretzel on the side of the dip sauce.
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This recipe is from Germany
Homemade German obatzda cheese dip. This is the same Bavarian delicacy that you will find in the beer gardens. This cheese dip is very popular during the October fest. It is a mixture of Camembert cheese, butter, cream cheese and some spices. It is usually served on bread or together with pretzels and radishes.
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A homemade recipe of the Bavarian cheese specialty that is served in the typical beer gardens. The recipe has many variations but this is the classical one. This cheese is perfect as a starter or in between two meals. It is served together with dark or white bread, radishes and onions.
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