Hot Dried Beef Dip is on the table anytime we host a party or family gathering. I make most of my party dips in bread bowls whenever possible.
Hot Dried Beef Dip Ingredients
The local grocery store always has the round bread on their bakery shelves. The normal price is right around $2 and after a day their 1/2 price, so I stock up the freezer. We prefer the combo of pumpernickel with the dried beef dip, but sourdough or rye taste great, too.
This dip can easily be made in a baking dish, also if you don’t have a round bread to use. Some people will even serve this dip cold, but it’s a lot harder to dip into when it’s cold. Tastes great with bread cubes, Triscuits or pretzels. Enjoy!
Sometimes finding the main ingredient, dried beef, for this recipe is tricky. I can normally go to any of our local butcher shops and buy it by the pound. My son has even made dried venison roast that I have been able to use in my dip recipe.
I made the latest batch while I was visiting my mother and the deli did not sell dried beef. I happen to find it by accident in Kroger. It was located with the breakfast sausage area. You can also sometimes find dried beef in jars on shelves in stores like Walmart.
Dip Ingredients (full recipe at end of post)
Horseradish – optional
Bread Bowl – optional
You can use a baking dish, but the bread bowl is the best way to enjoy dried beef dip. Adding fresh horseradish gives it a nice zing, but you can easily omit it.
Make sure and check out our other dip recipes that are perfect for your next party or family get together.