Obatzda (Cheese Spread) for #SundayFunday
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Today, Stacy invited us: "Traditional or adapted, share your favorite Oktoberfest inspired recipes."
I was browsing through German recipes and stumbled across this one and knew this was the dish I needed to make and taste. I've never had it before, but I LOVE me some pretzels and beer cheese, and figured this would be reminiscent of that. It's a wonderfully savory cheesy dip / spread that you could use a multitude of ways. I guarantee you at least some of this is finding it's way into a grilled cheese!
Dip hunks of pretzel, smear on a sandwich, use cracker, veggies, etc. It's delicious and you can easily change up the flavor dependent on which beer you use and how much of the seasonings. Raw onion is apparently a common ingredient added, or served on top - but I am not a fan so left that out!
See all of our German dishes for the day!
- Bauernfrühstück (German Farmer’s Breakfast) from Sneha's Recipe
- Bavarian Cheese Spread from Food Lust People Love
- Beer Braised Steak from Palatable Pastime
- Beer Brats on Pretzel Rolls from Amy's Cooking Adventures
- Grupfter from Culinary Adventures with Camilla
- Obatzda (Cheese Spread) from Making Miracles
- Oktoberfest Breakfast Casserole from A Day in the Life on the Farm
- Sourdough Soft Pretzels from Karen's Kitchen Stories
Obatzda (Cheese Spread)
6-oz cream cheese (cut in chunks)
7-oz Camembert Cheese (or similar cheese) (cut in chunks)
1/3 cup butter, room temperature (cut in chunks)
4 TBS wheat beer
1/2 tsp caraway, ground
1 1/4 tsp paprika
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp freshly ground pepper
1/4 cup chives, finely chopped (optional, to serve)
- Combine all ingredients (except chives) in a food processor and pulse until mixture mostly comes together. Process on high briefly if needed to fully blend ingredients (but don't over process, it should have a little texture to it!)
- Scoop into a bowl or tupperware and cover. Allow to refrigerate at least 3 hours before serving. Sprinkle with chives to serve (if desired).
Recipe adapted from Plated Cravings
Pretzels and beer cheese are fabulous! Two of my favorite food groups!ReplyDelete
Would love to have some beer cheese and pretzels to snack on right now.ReplyDelete