Chipped Beef Cheese Ball

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By Suzanna Drum
from Maiden, NC

I make this for every special occasion- even my own wedding. For special events- make a pretty ball. For just fun with family, the spread is easier and just as nice in a pretty dish. A lot of people are scared when they hear MSG, but it is merely a season that enhances the taste and was originally derived from seaweed extract. Recent studies show that you have to eat quite a lot to really get sick. I like using it because you use less MSG for a salty taste compared to plain old salt- meaning less sodium consumed.



  •   1 jar(s)
    armour dried beef - washed, dried, and finely chopped
  •   3 pkg
    cream cheese - room temp
  •   1 medium
    onion - finely chopped
  •   2 Tbsp
    accent (msg)
  •   2 Tbsp
    worcestershire sauce

How To Make

  • 1
    For the balls: Mix half of the meat, cream cheese, onion, accent, and Worcestershire sauce. Wrap in plastic wrap to form two large balls and chill for 5 hours. Unwrap cheese balls and roll in remaining beef.
  • 2
    For the spread: Mix all the ingredients together and place in serving bowl or bowls. Cover and chill for 5 hours.

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