Cheese Ball With Worcestershire Sauce, Mayo & Horseradish

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Cheese balls with Worcestershire sauce, mayo and horseradish require caramelized onions for maximum flavor potential. Make cheese balls with Worcestershire sauce, mayo and horseradish with help from an experienced culinary professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Paul Caravelli. And today, I'm going to show you how to make a cheese ball with Worcestershire Sauce, Mayo and horseradish. We're going to take that a step further and cut in some really nice blue cheese, some caramelized onions. We're going to roll it all up in pistachios and we're going to serve it with a horseradish aioli. So, we're going to take our one cups worth of softened cream cheese and our half cups worth of blue cheese crumbles. A third of cup of caramelized onions, a tablespoon of freshly chopped parsley, preferably from the garden in the back of your house. About a half teaspoons worth of freshly picked fresh thyme and a half tablespoon of Worcestershire. Then, we're going to mix this together. If you want to you can put on a pair of gloves and get in there with your hands. You could use your stand mixer or you could just smash it around with a spatula like I am. Ultimately what you want to do is get everything evenly distributed throughout the big chunk of cream cheese. Smearing it along the side of the bowl really helps that a lot. O.k., so, now that we're fully mixed, we're going to want to form it into as much of a ball as possible. So, later on when we go to scoop, we have something to scoop out. You can put this in the refrigerator overnight or you can put it in your freezer for about 30 minutes. And that should get it hard enough for you to be able to scoop nice balls out of. We have some pistachios that I've ground down in a food processor. We're just going to make one big ball for the classic presentation. We're going to get this nice and coated, the whole thing before I start to try to mold it. Put a little on your hands, kind of smear it in. And you just kind of want to make it into a large baseball shape, some people call those softballs. I think with all the blue cheese in there, the pistachios will give a nice, nutty compliment. You could roll it many other things, you could roll it in breadcrumbs, you could roll it in bacon bits. The options are endless for you. So, we have our horseradish aioli that we made by mixing horseradish, prepared horseradish and mayonnaise together. We're just going to put that in the base. And we're going to smear it around to coat the bowl. So that way, everybody that scoops in can get a little bit of it. This is a little bit nicer way than just dumping it right onto the top. And take our cheese ball, drop it in, nestled in our horseradish bed. A little garnish and we're ready to go.


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