This was a nice, mild dip. I thought it tasted a little bitter so I added a touch of honey in the end. I used this as a dip for Cajun Style Oven Fries. Made for ZWT5
I also didn't have any tarragon vinegar, but used apple cider instead. Although this was an excellent dip, I gave it 4 stars because I found it too mild (maybe due to using a different vinegar). So, I doubled the curry powder and added 1/2 teaspoon of ground cumin.
This is AWESOME! I didn't have tarragon vinegar, so subbed white wine vinegar. Used 1 1/2 t sweet chili sauce, and 1/2 t hot chili sauce. It is great! I'm so surprised by how creamy the texture is. Does not taste as low-fat as it is! Thanks!
Curry and yogurt is one of my favorite flavor combinations, so I knew as soon as I saw this that I would love it and it did not disappoint. I cut up strips of carrots and bell peppers to dip into it but in this case it's the dip itself that's the standout and the star.
Used our super-rich, super-thick greek yoghurt and a sweet chili sauce. We really enjoyed this dip after school today with assorted crudites. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, LORI!!!
I made a small veggie tray and made your dip to serve with it. The only change I made was to drain the yogurt in a sieve to thicken it somewhat. The dip is very creamy and the curry flavor came through well. The heat level will depend greatly on the type of curry powder & chili sauce used. I like spicy so used that. HAPPY BIRTHDAY! This would be an excellent choice for your party. =)
A nice low-fat veggie dip alternative vs the same old - same old dill dip for veggies. The curry really came through after chilling. I didn't have chili sauce, but if you click on the chili sauce link in the list of ingredients, zaar has a recipe to make your own. Thanks for posting Lauralie. Nick's Mom