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I LOVE IT! My family loves it. It is a common shelf sitter in our fridge. I have made several times and forgot to review. I do add minced garlic. I would estimate a teaspoon or better. It also makes a GREAT potatoe topper. I am going to experiment now and use greek yogurt... never hurts to go healthy.
I made this dip mix to include in my Xmas Goody Baskets. I did a trial run first and I thought it was very good. After chilling for a few hours, I added about 1/4 tsp more of both the garlic salt and garlic powder. I think I could even change it up a bit and sub dill for the celery seed if I want something different. Thanks for posting this.
This was good. We liked it but I ended up adding more of the spices as it was a bit bland for our tastes. I was looking for something a bit different and this fit the bill.
Very Good! A great New Year's Eve snack! Thanks!
I actually used this to flavor some cottage cheese. I started by mixing it up in a baby food jar I had on hand, and then only put 1-2 teaspoons in the container because I didn't want it too strong. It worked wonderfully, and so much cheaper than buying flavored cottage cheese. Also since I control the ingredients I don't have to wonder what's in the commercially prepared ones.
This recipe is going to save me money..It is alot like the chive tatter topping I have been buying and end up throwing it away because its gone bad..Now I can make the amount I want,no more waste...Thank you for this recipe..It is very good...
This is a delicious dip! I am just about to make my third batch! It was given to me as a gift, not only is this a keeper but I think I'll start giving it as a gift too, thanks so much for a yummy dip.
Yummy! I made this dip to go with your Holiday Italian Herb Cresent Christmas Trees Holiday Italian Herb Crescent Christmas Trees. I had to test it on a chip before using it on that and it was very tasty! Thanks for a great recipe, GrandmaG!