For dinner on Australia Day this year we tried something new!
We're sure most of you would agree that Australia Day calls for Lamb cooked on the BBQ.
Another classic Aussie favourite of ours is the humble Cob Loaf.
We decided to combine the two and the results were delicious!
Cob Loaf Ingredients:
6 Mini sourdough Cob Loaves (we picked these ones up at our local IGA)
2 Brown onions finely diced
6 Rashers of bacon diced
2 Tablespoons oil
500g Cream cheese
2 Cups of cream
2 Cups grated mozzarella cheese
2 Cups grated tasty cheese
1 Cup canned corn kernels
TIP... Halve ingredients if using one large Cob Loaf
Heat oil in a pan and fry bacon and onion - set aside to cool
Prepare Weber with you Kettle Kone set for an indirect cook (How To Use Your Kettle Kone) then put the lid back on and let it pre-heat while you make the cobs.
Cut the top off the mini Cob Loaves and hollow them out making sure to keep the outside of the cob intact - you don't want holes in the outside of the cob or all that yummy filling will leak out!
In a large bowl add the softened cream cheese, cream, tasty & mozzarella cheese and corn then the cooled bacon & onion and stir to combine
Spoon the mixture into the hollowed out cobs
Place the filled cobs and their lids around the grill (as pictured above) then put the lid back on. Cook until nicely browned and warmed through - these took about 30 minutes
Allow to cool slightly and enjoy!
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We didn't bake the bread from the inside of the mini cobs as it was super fresh and perfect the way it was. Feel free to bake yours if you'd like to
The lamb ribs were prepared using our Fried not Fried chicken coating and cooked at high indirect heat on the Weber using the Kettle Kone
Chicken wings are also perfect for dipping in this cob loaf! Try Fried not Fried, naked or rubbed wings