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Whoa. love4culinary, this is so good!!! You told me it could be an acquired taste. I agree that could be true for some. But if you like Reuben sandwiches, sauerkraut, things like that, no acquiring required! LOL We used this as a spread on crackers, but it would make an awesome spread for Reuben sandwiches, hamburgers, a lower fat/lower cholesterol filling for stuffed eggs, added to hot dogs with relish, a spread for rye or pumpernickel toast points...omgoodness I can think of so many ways to enjoy this. In a word..."Keeper!" Thanks for posting this. It's really wonderful. btw, I used cream cheese and large curd cottage cheese.
A delicious cheese spread with a sharp-tangy taste. The caraway seeds definitely added delicious flavour as well as textural contrast.
This was really delicious! I made this with cream cheese and cottage cheese (couldn't find large curd, so used small, but processed longer). I also couldn't find caraway seeds, so had to go without them, and can only imagine what a nice, sharp note they would add to the spread. This is definitely 5-stars as is, and I will make this often. Would definitely be great as a sandwich spread, veggie dip, and all the other ideas GinnyP mentioned too. Versatile and delicious!
I could only find small curd cottage cheese. I don't know if that made a difference. I thought this was different in a good way, but felt as if it was missing a certain ingredient, which I wouldn't know because I haven't made this type of spread before! Thank you for posting.
We really liked this. It's very flavorful and incredibly low calorie (that is, if you use low fat cream cheese instead of the butter). I used a Dijon mustard and minced Vidalia (sweet) onions. This makes a good dip or sandwich filling. Thanks for sharing this recipe!