Cheese Ball or Spread

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Crystal ~

By
@crystal7

This is a simple cheese ball that I have made many times over the years. It is good served on a variety of crackers, or used to fill celery sticks.

Rating:

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Comments:
Prep:
1 Hr
Method:
No-Cook or Other

Ingredients

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    1 (5 ounces) jar of old english cheese
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    1 package (8 oz.) philadelphia cream cheese, softened at room temperature
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    1/8 cup yellow onions, finely chopped
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    ½ cup sharp cheddar cheese, shredded
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    ½ cup pecan pieces

How to Make Cheese Ball or Spread

Step-by-Step

  1. In a medium bowl, combine Old English cheese and cream cheese until smooth and well blended.
  2. Add the onions and shredded cheese; combine mixture thoroughly.
  3. Using a spatula or your (clean) hands, shape the cheese mixture into a ball. Chill the cheese ball on a plate or in a small bowl for about an hour.
  4. In a small bowl add the pecan chips.
  5. Remove the cheese ball from the refrigerator and reshape it up a bit more into a ball. Roll the cheese ball in the pecan chips or pat them on until ball is covered. Chill thoroughly.
  6. Serve with a variety of crackers and celery sticks.

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About Cheese Ball or Spread

Main Ingredient: Dairy
Regional Style: American




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