Vegetable Dip in a Bread Bowl

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The only thing better than regular vegetable dip is vegetable dip in a bread bowl. Make vegetable dip in a bread bowl with help from a gourmet chef in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hello I'm Chef Jennifer Booker, the owner and executive chef of Your Resident Gourmet. Today I'm going to show you how to put your vegetable dip in a bread bowl. I am using a mountain white bread that is shaped in a round loaf. To me this is the best type of loaf to use for your bread bowl. It's very simple to do. We'll imply take a paring knife, make an incision all the way around our bread and pull out the pieces. The great thing about this is you don't have to throw away the center, we'll break it up and serve it alongside our bread bowl to go with our vegetable dip. For your bread bowl we have to hollow out the center and that's where we'll put our vegetable dip. So taking your paring knife, just go in, oh, at about a 90 degree angle and slowly turn your bread while slicing. It doesn't have to be very deep because we can dig out the center of the bread if we want it to be deeper. It doesn't have to be very fast. So once we make an incision all the way around the circumference of the bread we'll just pull out the center, set that to the side and it looks like we can go a little bit deeper. Simply press the sides, firm them up so that they can hold our vegetable dip and take our pieces of bread that we pulled from the center and put it alongside our bread bowl. This will taste great with the vegetable dip. Now that we have our bread bowl hollowed out and all of our bread pieces alongside our bread bowl, we can add our dip. You really can use whatever type of vegetable dip that you like, this one has fresh spinach, broccoli, carrots, onion, garlic, bell pepper and tomatoes. Put that right in the center. Make sure that you use a dip that has already been chilled so that you can serve it immediately. Another great option is to take your bread bowl with your dip and bake it at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes. That way you can serve a hot dip in your bread bowl and there you have it.


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