This was delicious! I made it for a fondue party with friends and it was a hit. Mine was a bit too thin because I replaced the cream cheese with the low fat version which is a little softer. I also used light sour cream. Thanks for a great recipe.
I recently made this recipe and it was way too thin. I would either cut the milk in half next time or eliminate it entirely. The flavor was very good!
This was great! I followed the advice of some of the other reviewers and omitted the milk completely as I used light sour cream and light cream cheese. After I had put it in the fridge to cool, I mixed in just a little bit of milk to loosen it up a bit, which was perfect. We ate these on roasted white mushroom caps. Delicious!
This is not even close to the Green Goddess dip at Melting Pot. I believe they use Gorgonzola cheese in theirs. And it is way too thin.
We just made this. SUPER YUM.
I have to agree with LuckDragon. It is a little thin. I think reducing the amount of milk (or completely nixing it) would help. Additionally, i ran it trough a Ninja Blender which made it very smooth and blended the greens well (which would save time on the chopping too).
All in all, loved it. Just remember, less milk, more blender!
I made half this recipe and it was plenty for two. Delicious! I also added tarragon and about a tablespoon of vinegar and liked the flavor better. Its nice to be able to come close to duplicating the Melting Pot experience without spending a ton of money.
Yummy! This was the favorite of the night.
Yummy! I also made this without the onion, but more chives and was very good. Next time, I'll probably not make as much though as it was totally too much for two people.
This dip is so tasty. I used low-fat cream cheese, skim milk, fat-free sour cream. No onion but more of chives. Thanks Plannermom. Made for Alphabet chef game
Wonderful! I had some raw spinach too, so I threw it in there.