This is one of our favorites...easy to throw together for company. I've been making it for years, really can't remember how it originated. I promised this year...I wouldn't wait for the Christmas Holidays before I made it again.
Good quick appetizer! DH and I often snack on this while I am cooking dinner when we are really hungry and just need a little something to tide us over! I used chopped sundried tomatoes since I HATE raw tomatoes -- but if you like them by all means use the raw ones! :) This is from Kraft Foods!
From 100 Best Appetizers Cookbook which was given to me by my swap partner MaField in the Cookbook Swap 2008. This is a nice kick to the standard salsa dips. 2 hours chill time needed before serving. **Updated 10/2009** Due to Lipton not making their soup mix available in the stores any longer, I'm suggesting following rickaholic's hint of using Knorr's Herb & Garlic Soup Mix.
This is a weird Southern Indiana dip that I have learned is best when PRETZEL STICKS are dipped into it! I know it sounds odd, but it truly is addictive! It's kid-friendly too--my 6 year old son will sit with me for HOURS on the couch, just dipping pretzels into this stuff and eating! It also has a strange hold on grown men in Indiana who drink lots of beer while watching sports. They literally whine like girls if they don't have it when the Super Bowl begins...LOL! It's surprisingly delicious and addictive. :)
This is a fantastic tasting dip that I use on everything from fresh veggies, to chips, to sandwiches. Easy to make, and tastes better as it sits in the fridge...YUMMY!!! Sometimes, instead of using the food processor, I finely dice the peppers and tomatoes, and mix by hand for a more chunky dip. Either way, you'll want to double this one!!
If you love horseradish, you will love this recipe! Make it for an informal occasion and serve with saltines or Cheese-Its. It makes alot so I usually divide it up into 2 cup containers to keep in the fridge for my husband. He loves it!