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I have used this recipe for years, and although I'm not a great cook, it's an appetizer I can always count on. It's delicious, and my friends always rave about it.
I've been making this recipe for years. I make it exactly as described, and eveyone loves it. My daughter likes to take a small container of it (with crackers in a separate container) in her school lunch.
Used food processor; pulsed enough to get a smooth paste. Used walnuts. My husband and I couldn't get enough of it! Delicious. Thanks for sharing, Mandabears!
I, too, have used this recipe for years. Quick, easy and delicious. It does need to sit for a few hours to thicken up.
This was easy and delicious. I did add 1/2 tsp. of onion powder to boost the flavour a bit. I used this as filling for small cocktail sandwiches. It was a hit. I would suggest making this at least a day ahead so that the flavours have an opportunity to develop.
I absolutely love this olive spread.. perfect for entertaining or just to enjoy yourself.. I only put 1 Tablespoon olive juice to lessen the "saltiness" and I added some red onion! Great recipe.. thank you so much!
Yum! My MIL makes this nearly every Christmas and this year she decided not to. I missed having it on the appy table so I decided to whip up a batch myself. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe as I have no idea where my copy went. I used chopped pecans, and made it the day before serving to let the flavors blend. Delicious! Nick's Mom
Count me in with the folks who find, lose and find this recipe. I thoroughly enjoy this indulgent spread. I made this for the hospitality table at our local Science Fair and now I have to hand the recipe out to the teachers. They loved it! Thanks for posting it, Mandabears!
I, too, lost my recipe for this spread and even tried to make it this morning from memory before I took the time to look at Zaar. It's also great to use as stuffing for a celery stick appetizer. Thanks!! This is an update my previous review to add the rating!
Served this last night with toasted french bread and some raw veggies to go with our minestrone. We're real olive eaters and we both enjoyed it--notice the leftovers are gone from the refirigerator today--assume DH took to for his lunch at work! Guess I'll be making more soon! Thank You.