5 Reviews

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.

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GinnyP May 08, 2003

A delicious cheese spread with a sharp-tangy taste. The caraway seeds definitely added delicious flavour as well as textural contrast.

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evelyn/athens October 05, 2003

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!

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Lizzie-Babette July 27, 2003

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.

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glitteryfrosting December 20, 2010

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!

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Aunt Cookie June 10, 2007
Hungarian Cheese Spread