Sheilah Kaufman: Hi! I am Sheilah Kaufman and today we have been talking about Hanukkah. Now we are going to learn how to make a fabulous Jarlsberg cheese dip to celebrate with. A new Jewish tradition for Hanukkah is serving cheese dishes in remembrance of Judith, a brave widow. Let's begin by preheating our oven to 350 degrees. The recipe calls for a medium onion thinly sliced, a cup of mayonnaise regular or low fat, two cups of shredded cheese; Jarlsberg or if you are kosher, you are going to use swiss cheese or Emmental and fresh grated nutmeg. After you have combined the cheese, the onions, the mayonnaise and the nutmeg mixing well, you are going to place the cheese mixture either in your baking dish or in your hallowed out bread and you are going to bake it at 350 for 25-30 minutes or until the cheese is melted and golden. Serve it with veggies, crackers or the bread bowl you served it in.
I hope you enjoyed making fabulous Jarlsberg cheese dip and starting your own new traditions for Hanukkah.