Perfect to serve with a selection of fruit, a light dip that I serve this dip with fruit (melons and strawberries) and coffee on a hot summers morning. Refrigeration time not included in times.
This is the sauce that I use on some of my sushi rolls. Good used inside your favorite rolls, and sometimes it's used on top of rolls too. I mix this with lump crab to top my Spider Rolls with, to make a Manhattan Roll. They are YUMMY, and so is this sauce! PLEASE NOTE: Time does not include 2 hr. refrigeration time. This sauce will last for quite awhile in the fridge.
This dip is always a huge hit whenever I serve it. Great in a bread bowl, or as a dip for veggies, chips (ruffled are best) crackers, scoops, or pita and bagel chips. The time doesn't include the time in the fridge to meld flavors. You can add a small jar of chopped artichoke hearts to this recipe if you like!
Guacamole in California is a personal thing. It varies widely from cook to cook. This is our favorite version.
This is one of my original. Ingredients measures listed are approximate. You will need 1 bar shot glass per person. Will wakeup your taste buds! The hot sauce used can be found here: buffalowildwings I have sent this recipe to BWW to add to their menu. SOURCE SHADOWS Note: the granulated garlic spread evenly over the hot sauce keeps the blue cheese dressing from sinking into the hot sauce.
This is a versatile dip that is good with chips, veggies, bread cubes or on baked potatoes. I've even used it to stuff cherry tomatoes. Cooking time is overnight chilling time. Low fat or nonfat ingredients may be used.
Delicious Onion Dip at its best!!! If you have a hard time finding onion powder (not the same as onion salt), feel free to use crushed dehydrated onion flakes. Just add to taste. This dip is best at room temperature. Serve along with your favorite chips or in a bread bowl with bread pieces scattered around the bowl, or with fresh veggie bites.
A friend of mine gave me this recipe some years ago and I've been making it ever since. It's great for a party or a fun movie night with the kids. We all love it and it's addictive. It's great served with tortilla chips, toasted pieces of baguette or pita toasts.
This turns broccoli salad into a dip. Use chips, veggies, whatever you'd like to dip! Makes 2 1/2 cups of dip.
For the avocado and tzatziki lover's of this world. A Greek classic with an Aussie twist! Here is a delicious and yet simple way to combine your favorite food with Tzatziki. The recipe calls for 1 teaspoon of salt, but I half this as I found it too salty. I also tend to dice the avocado very finely or lightly mash.
This is my daughter's favorite dip! She is a bacon lover!!
In Texas, it's just called "Queso". To make this really festive, use multi-colored chips or blue-corn chips. Mmmmm, you'll want to eat this with a spoon! From Saveur magazine. Feel free to adjust the amount of Jalapeno pepper to account for your heat tolerance!
A variation on an old standard! Cooking time is chilling time! Makes 2 cups
This recipe was written for the FF&F site RSC game. While the title is descriptive, it would be even moreso if titled "Where There's A Will, There's A Way CLAM DIP". The opening of a Costco store here Reykjavik resolved many of my ingredient issues, but others still exist. I've never seen canned minced clams & rarely see green onions or fresh cilantro. Known for being creative &...
I use this recipe to dip wings in. It is a scipy dip that can be used with vegetables also. I use my #recipe1791
I've lost count how many times I've given out this recipe! It's good - it's good on salad, it's good on baked potatoes, it's good as a dip, it's good with french fries. It is just plain, simple GOOD!
Perfectly quick and easy. Another option is to mash/puree and chill for an extremely tasty bean dip.
From the New American Heart Association Cookbook. You can make this with either water or olive oil. I keep roasted peppers in the freezer which I buy en masse and roast them all, but you can use jarred. You don't have to remove the skins from the chickpeas either, but it does make for a superior hummus consistency. Try it and see. Especially see the pile of skins you WON'T be eating.
I went to my local Wal-mart superstore and this is the sample they had out. It was so good, and better yet so simple! The cook time is the chill time. I'm guesstimating on servings.Posted to ZAZZ on March 29th.,2013
This is a family tradition for our Christmas Eve buffet. But I like it so much, I serve it as refried beans all the time.
From Australian BH&G Diabetic Living issue 12 2007.
From Best of the Best from Idaho Cookbook.
The starting-point of this recipe was a basic hummus recipe I found in a small cookbook I got at Heilsustofnun NLFI (An Icelandic health spa). I changed it up a bit to suit our taste preferences & then added the "Twist". It's an easy quick-fix that has proven itself & is frequently requested by our friends & family. The end-product is thick & I suggest reserving the liquid drained from the...
Found this dip on the Kraft website. What a find!!! And.........Peanut Butter lovers will rejoice! So quick and easy, and I was able to make this with ingredients straight from my pantry. Serve hot or cold, the dip is not as runny when it is cooled. A great dip to serve with assorted vegetables fresh or blanched So quick and easy!
From Taste of Home comes a "new" party dip that's been around for over 8 yrs! I cannot imagine how this easy-fix & sure-to-be-a-hit recipe has escaped my notice. Michelle Long of New Castle, Colorado commented that "Ranch Dressing Mix flavors this fast-fix mixture that's packed w/shredded cheese & is made to go w/pretzels. It's 1 of those snacks that when you start eating it, you...
"Out of my "Most Loved Appetizers" cookbook...this is on the spicy side...cut back on the chili powder if you want it milder...serve with tortilla chips or an assortment of crackers..."
A creamy layered dip with veggies, crabmeat, and shrimp. Cook time is chilling time.
Creamy dip for veggies or wings. Thin it with a wee bit of milk for a delicious salad dressing. The cooking time is the chilling time. Yields 1 cup/8 two tablespoon servings
This is good for dipping fried prawns or boneless fried chicken pieces. It calls for Accent, which is an MSG product. I leave it out.
This is from a local Restaurant by the name of Stanley & Seafort's. A wonderful place to eat dinner and look at the city lights. A must have as an appetizer. Yes! It is on the expensive side but well worth it. I throw it under the broiler for a minute or two to brown. If not using (6 ounce) small individual baking dishing you will need to cook longer. Enjoy!
Best smoked fish dip I've ever had! From cooks dot com. Calls for smoked white fish, but I used smoked trout that I already had on hand. This is better than the fish dips we've tried in our Florida restaurants! The first time I made this, we halved the recipe. It was plenty as part of an appetizer tray for 4 people.
This dip pairs well with greek pitas or raw veggies and would be wonderful as a spread on a sandwich. Makes 2 cups
A friend gave this recipe to a friend...now I have the recipe...hope you enjoy it...
This easy-fix dip recipe from the Test Kitchen of TOH is the perfect example of why every convenience food is welcome in my pantry/fridge & my slow cooker is my most-valued "kitchen slave". W/little effort, it creates a cheesy combo of tasty seafood flavors that is a departure from most routine party dips & is best served w/garlic-flavored baguette bread slices or pita crisps. ENJOY!
If you're an Irish lass who favors the Tex-Mex cuisine after living in Dallas, but now reside in Iceland w/ingredient issues -- Then the net is your best resource. I'm not good at creating original recipes, but I am good at finding what I need. This recipe is a case in point. I crave Tex-Mex food, it's my comfort food & I love sharing it w/Siggi's family & our friends. I make...
The copy in my recipe box is looking very faded, a good time to add this dip to my recipes seeing it at my fingertips come holidays, special occasions and gatherings. I have used thawed frozen cooked shrimp as well as canned crab with equally good results. Serve with an assortment of your favorite crackers.
Bacon with Bite.
This is served chilled, and is great for serving with crackers or breadsticks.
Great with crisp pumpernickel rye pretzel sticks on game day or for serving guests at a Halloween party.
This is an awesome tasting dip and is always a hit at parties. A great game day dip, serve this up with nacho chips. If gluten intolerant make sure you are using gluten free taco seasoning.
I don't for the life of me remember where I got this one, but I think the original had corn instead of black beans. Which you can easily use if you prefer, or add a can of corn as well as the black beans. Whatever makes you happy. Heat is controlled by what type of salsa you choose, or you can add some of your favourite hot pepper sauce to increase the heat if you wish.
My guests always request I make this dip, it's the one I always bring to party's I know it will be a hit! You need to cook the spinach first and you could use the whole box but I find it's to overpowering
A great tasting dip I serve with my #recipe14102