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The reviewers were right! So glad I trusted them. I took this to a party and crossed my fingers that it would deliver on flavor and texture and it did!! I didn't tell the ladies until several had take a second taste. After I told them it was tofu, they were so surprised. One lady who was holding back, decided to have some after all. She is watching her calories/fat. ~ I also made it for my vegetarian daughter for dinner one night. She loved it! I usually put a light layer of mozzarella cheese on mine the final 5 minutes of baking.
This is really good for a low-fat dip. Would never guess it was tofu.
OH WOW! I went to a party and needed to bring an appetizer. I made this (served it will melba toasts) and the bowl was scraped clean! I didn't tell anyone (not even my husband) that there was tofu in it and not one person could tell! haha! I am keeping that a secret and will be making this again and again. It is a great substitution for the fully loaded spinach artichoke dip. I am so excited about this recipe! Thanks for posting!!
Great dip!! My boyfriend even couldnt tell that it was made from tofu!! I think next time I will use the same amount of parmesan cheese and add some mozza to it I will be making this one again, thanks a lot!
This came out great, made for New Years Eve potluck, served with Tostitos. The silken tofu has the same consistency as mayonaisse, and was not detectable. I made the recipe as written and added a little low fat cream cheese and a shake of worstershire sauce. I omitted the onion powder and paprika. Another guest brought a full-fat artichoke/spinach dip, but mine was far more popular.