Excellent dip. I was catering for a crowd, so made a triple batch. Upped the cayenne and worcestershire sauce just a bit, and used some smoked garlic I had on hand. Compliments from everyone! There was a little bit left so I gave it to the women who loved it the most -- it was either send it home with her or watch her 'steal' it. Thanks for posting such an easy-to-make and delicious recipe.
We loved this dip! We made it to accompany our New Year's Eve Raclette dinner and it was good on both the veggies and meats. I doubled the recipe and we enjoyed it for a couple days. Thanks!
This was good with sweet potatoe fries. My boyfriend said that it wasn't spicy enough so next time I will add more Ceyenne and Curry.
I was all set to make an onion dip for Thanksgiving when I realized I had onions in lots of the dishes...needed a quick idea and this worked great! Had everything in the house(and usually would so that's a plus for later)and everyone loved it. It was light but had a great kick. We used it for crackers and crudite and don't tell anyone..but the next day I ate what was left with chips. Yummy...thanks for the great idea!
This was good dip but we like things a little spicier so I added 1/2 tsp of cayenne and 1 tsp of curry. Definitely something different!
This is excellant with veggies or as a sauce for dipping meat in. I added more Curry and Cayenne and it tasted wonderful! Will make this over and over again. Thanks for sharing patticakes
Perhaps it's just a matter of taste, but this dip just wasn't a big hit at my appetizer party. I agree with KarenLV, it seemed a bit too spicy.
We really liked this dip - something different from the usual veggie dip. It was a little spicy for some so I might cut back on the cayenne or the curry. Thanks
I love curry and this is recipe is wonderful! I made it as a dip for raw veggies and everyone at work loved it. I even doubled the recipe and there was none left to take home. I'll definitely be making it again.
I love curry. This is great. I put it together with a chopped boiled egg and ate it in a tortillia.