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Made this along with another dip for a group I hosted, & had a bit of a time convincing skeptics that the chicken was not 'mock' ~ It was for real, & just because it was an egg didn't mean it wasn't really a chicken! Ah, well! Made this according to the recipe & we were very happy with the results! I liked it with the large corn chip scoops & on small pieces of whole grain bread, but most others used it as a cracker spread! Great tasting, however you do it! Thanks for sharing the recipe! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]
Other than using 1/2 onion, made recipe as written. Great spread !! Enjoyed it while watching the football games. Served it on Saltine crackers. YUM YUM !! m Made for PRMR tag.
This was so easy and yummy! I used sun-dried tomatoes and then added some garlic powder along with poultry seasoning for the herbs and red pepper. We ate it with butter crackers!
I used 2 roma tomatoes, 1/2 small onion, and added some sage and a small amount of chicken seasoning packet (from a bag of ramen) to get a chicken flavor. This is a nice little snack that we served with Saltines. Thanks for sharing the recipe. :)
This was a very tasty snack for the kids. I left out the diced onion & added onion powder & garlic powder instead. I also only used 1/2 tsp of Italian seasoning for the herbs. Made for 123 HITS
This was very good. I used some thyme and sage for the mixed herbs, trying to keep with the chicken taste. It is impossible to find good tomatoes around here this time of year, so I used a small can of diced tomatoes with garlic and onions in it. I did drain the can very very well before adding to the mixture. I served this at Thanksgiving with some Ritz crackers and celery sticks. It was a smash it! Everyone kept taking spoonfuls for their plates as they walked by waiting for their turkey to get done. Made and Reviewed for 123 Hit Wonders Tag - Thanks! :)
I added 2 cloves of minced garlic and a couple of grindings of a rosemary and sage blend and, because of what you said about the dip being rather runny, I used only one tomato. No evidence of chicken so perhaps this is the dip equivalent of mock turtle soup. But it was certainly tasty and, as you said, very easy to put together. And you could come up with umpteen variations. We enjoyed this as an afternoon snack on slices of crusty ciabatta. Thanks for sharing this recipe, and for sharing your childhood recollections! Made for Newest Zaar Tag.