I got this recipe at a gluten-free cooking class that our local grocery store put on. This is a recipe from the Chef that taught the class got from her grandmother. This would also be good spread on a plate and topped with cocktail sauce. Cooking time does not include overnight chilling time.
- Combine in a medium size bowl and still until well combined. (The original recipe called for putting all the ingredients in a food processor and pulsing until well combined - I didn't have one and mixing by hand worked just as well.).
- Place in a serving dish and cover with plastic wrap and chill overnight to allow flavors to blend.
- Serve with crackers or crudite.
Yum! This dip is simple yet delicious. I prepared it in the morning and chilled it for about 8 hours because I wanted to use it for dinner and the flavours were quite nice. Kept everything to the recipe even used a food processor and the dip was thick however very creamy. Thank you LARavenscroft