What is in a spinach cob loaf?
- 450g cob loaf.
- 250g cream cheese, softened.
- 250g frozen spinach , thawed.
- 300ml sour cream.
- 40g french onion soup mix.
How do you make spinach cob loaf dip?
Make the dip by mixing the spinach, sour cream, mayonnaise, red onion and spring vegetable soup powder. Add into the cob when you’re ready to serve, and pop in the oven for 5 minutes.
What do you eat with cob loaf?
We’ve got everything from curry to chocolate mousse to lasagne.
- 1Butter chicken in a cob. Ditch the naan bread and dish up your next butter chicken in a cob loaf.
- 2Pizza cob dip. This easy entertaining recipe offers an Italian twist on the traditional cob loaf dip.
- 3Hot-chocolate mousse cob dip. Entertaining a crowd?
Why is it called cob loaf?
OK, they’re small and round and sort of shaped like cobblestones. They could also be likened to lumps of coal, and ‘cob’ is an old word for ‘little round lump shape’, or thereabouts. Then too, in the local dialect, your ‘cob’ was your ‘head’, and this loaf is sort of shaped like a head.
Can you use fresh spinach instead of frozen?
Frozen Spinach A good rule of thumb is fresh spinach cooked down equals about a cup and a half, which is roughly the equivalent of a 10 oz frozen package.
Can you freeze cob loaf dip?
Yes! This is a perfect recipe to freeze. If intending on freezing the recipe, it is best to add the raw mixed dip to the bread bowl (untoasted), wrap in the original bread bag and freeze.
Can you eat cob loaf the next day?
Can you reheat Cob Loaf? Yes! While this cob loaf is best enjoyed straight from the oven on the day you make it, you can also make it a day in advance, store it in the freezer and then re-heat in the oven.
Is cob loaf an Australian thing?
Believe it or not, cob loaf has been a party pleaser for over 100 years! It’s consistently the most popular entertaining recipe in Australia, year in year out. But it’s evolved. Once filled simply with spinach, cheese and French onion soup packet mix at an 80s Christmas bash, it’s now been blasted into iconic status.
What is the difference between a cob and a roll?
All around the UK, from North Wales, north Norfolk and the northwest to northern Scotland and the East Midlands, you’ll often hear a bread roll called a cob. Locals claim it’s the original word to describe a roll, used for hundreds of years in farming and by the nation’s unofficial bread expert Paul Hollywood.
Why is frozen spinach better than fresh?
It turns out that frozen vegetables are often more nutritious than fresh because they’re picked at peak ripeness when nutrient levels are highest, usually partly cooked, and frozen before they can degrade.