This is so good. I have a similar recipe that calls for season salt, of coarse I was out, so I went looking for another recipe & came across this one. I was not disappointed! My guests loved it too! Will save & make many more times :)<br/>Thank you for such an easy & yummy recipe!
This was good and easy to make. I followed the recipe as written.
Really easy to make! I'll be using this for all my future vegetable dip needs!
This is such a great base recipe. I seriously amped up the flavor by using sweet onion, a lot more dill and Worcestershire sauce, and added more seasonings. See Brown Butter & Bourbon for the recipe! http://www.brownbutterandbourbon.com/2010/02/dill-vegetable-dip/
It's hard to believe such a simple recipe can be so good! My kids aren't wild about most cooked veg, but will readily eat raw so long as there is some dip to go with it. I was tired of store bought ranch dip and decided to give this one a try. This was a winner in a big way -- my DH, I and our 5 kids demolished an entire platter of baby carrots, celery, grape tomatoes, green pepper broccoli and blanched snow peas -- this dip enhance the flavor of all. Although I'm sure it will be even better tomorrow, we made it two hours before dinner, and it was delicious. Best yet, my 10 year old budding chef whipped it up, so this is now known as "Molly's Dip!" Thanks for a great recipe - this will be a long time family favorite!
This is very simple and very good. I like to make it a day ahead.
Awesome dip! I made this for a party and it was much appreciated. I made it again for my family.
I prepared this dip to serve with carrots, celery, and grape tomatoes on a simple vegetable tray. I allowed it to chill most of an afternoon, but found that the flavor was even better with leftovers the day after the party.
A very good dip! Took it to Thanksgiving Dinner with celery and carrots to dip and it was a great success. I used light mayo and light sour cream and the worchestershire sauce was just enough to "spark" the flavor. Thanks, Carole in Orlando