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Yowser! I grew up with this! We used a little horseradish in it. We used minced dill pickles and no sweet relish. No one when I was growing up knew about yogurt so we used sour cream or in a pinch used cottage cheese, mashed. We served with saltine crackers. Thanks for posting! This brought back memories and I will have to make it just for me.!

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Montana Heart Song April 26, 2007

Perhaps I added a bit too much mayo but this definitely has potential. A family member suggested adding horseradish and I think that would add a nice kick.

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sugaree April 23, 2007

This was really quite good, I was afraid that it was too runny as I mixed it in the food processor. But it set up in the fridge overnight. I think it really needs time for the flavours to mingle particularly the onion. I also added some dill as I thought it needed some added depth. Unfortunately my liverwurst wasn't that flavourful; next time I'll make it with a better quality liverwurst!

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Chickee September 21, 2007

Let me just tell you I am not one for german food, but I was invited to a Octoberfest pot luck which required everyone to bring a German dish. So I decided to do this recipe and not only did it taste delicius but it was a hit at the gathering! A Must Try!

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likus8898 October 23, 2004

WOW talking about pumping up the old LIVERWURST. This was fantastic!!!! ~Ri

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~Ri March 19, 2004

Wonderful! My husband loved it (with rye Wasa bread) and I also tried it on toast with crisp lettuce - makes a great sandwich.

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Jekase September 14, 2003

This is delicious spread on rye bread.

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Brunettepet June 23, 2014

Unfortunately, I did not like this AT ALL. I used GERMAN HOMEMADE LEBERWURST Liverwurst for the liverwurst, and since I did not like that either, I suppose that is likely the problem. I used a full cup of Greek-style yogurt to try to get a better texture. It was still more like a spread than a dip. I think I would like this better with a "grocery-store" liverwurst (smoked?). However, my family thought the concept was weird, anyway, so I probably won't make it again.

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evewitch May 21, 2013

Good mix of flavors. I also used 1/2 tsp. of Onion!Onion! seasoning from Taste of Home. Plus the red onions. The relish I used was some home canned India relish; I also added about a Tablespoon of minced dill pickle. I used the fat-free yogurt and it was still runny even after sitting in fridge overnight. I brought this for an International Pot Luck and got lots of favorable comments.

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Linky1 April 03, 2011

I love liverwurst but I didn't think this dip had enough flavor. I'm glad I tried it but probably wont make again.

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mommyoffour March 06, 2009
German Liverwurst Dip