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This was very good, easy to make as well. I just put the garlic thru the garlic press and whipped everything up in the Kitchen Aid mixer. I also substited Herbs de Provence for the marjoram (couldn't find any in the cupboard). I was afrraid the garlic would be overpowering but it really wasn't.
Oh my, oh my, oh my...this is SO good, I hate it. LOL! I made up half a batch to see if it was something I wanted to add to my gift baskets and I cannot stay out of it (spread on Ritz crackers). I will be mixing some up to give as gifts and will include a hand written note with suggestions on the many different ways to use it. Thanks, Merlot. This is a winner! UPDATE: I froze some of this and am happy to report that it freezes very well. Even after being frozen, the wonderful taste and creamy texture don't change.
Very easy to whip up and tastes delicious! I had to make it without the dill, as my hubby is allergic, but it still came out great! On french bread it's TDF! Thanks for a great recipe, Merlot!
Excellent! I halved the recipe, but used the full amount of seasoning, I like lots of flavor. Mmmmm....so good! Thanks for posting!
This turned out so tasty, but I did have to add quite a lot more garlic for my tastebuds. I served it at a party with fresh bread and it was well received. I am glad I have made extra to freeze.
I made this for Thanksgiving and my sister would not stop eating this dip. It was pretty quick to put together. Thanks for an easy dip that's good with anything from veggies to crackers and bread.
Good stuff!! I doubled the garlic..always do.Great for that cheese and cracker fix you need. Thanks Merlot !!
Why pay those HIGH prices when you can make your own Boursin Cheese? I have made this with roasted garlic as well...about 4 cloves. LOL Thanks for posting Merlot!
We used this for our Halloween Party and it was fabulous. I plan on making it for Christmas to add to mashed potatoes and serve as an app with bagel chips.
We have made this recipe for years and love it. I like to up the dill a little just for personal preference. It is great on bagels, crackers, or sandwiches. The best part is it is so much cheaper to make than the $5 package of Boursin cheese at the grocery store.