Want to know what dish we’ll be bringing to every party and game day this fall? This dive for the Mississippi sin! Not only is this dip addictive, but it’s also more portable, which is obvious considering we baked the dip right into the bread.
Yes, all you have to do is dig a hole that runs roughly the length of your loaf, making sure to leave enough loaf in the bottom to support the dip and keep everything in. Inside the bread, then you bake it and it’s ready to go.
Well, what is causing this decline in the Mississippi, you wonder? A slice of heaven in the form of sour cream, cream cheese, ham and cheddar cheese.
We added Worcestershire sauce, garlic, and onion powder to give it a little extra kick, and let us tell you: This stuff is good. Like, it’s too good to miss well. And we really love how it self-contains in the bread, so you can just tear off the pieces and use the cut portion of the bread to dip into that thick, melted, cheesy layer.
If you really want to go over it, go ahead and dice the diced part, brush it with butter, and broil for 3 minutes… you’ve got crunchy, golden perfection that can really handle the weight of this heavy dip. Sin, in fact, in the best possible way!
Coming back to the portability of this bread, you can make the creamy filling and stuff the bread with it, then simply wrap it in aluminum foil and take it wherever there is an oven. You can take this dip over to a friend’s house and cook it there, making sure it’s served when piping hot and everyone gets some of that oven-fresh goodness. Ah, these things are so delicious, you won’t be able to have enough – we think that means you just have to make two!
1 package (16 ounces) sour cream, room temperature
1 package (8 ounces) cream cheese, at room temperature
2 cups grated cheddar cheese
1 cup pork, cut into cubes or strips
1 tablespoon of your favorite hot sauce
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
1 loaf of French bread
Green onion garnish