I wasn't sure after the first few bites, but then I was addicted. I ate with garlic Triscuits. I chopped the radishes in the food processor, removed and then added the cream cheese, butter, horseradish and worcestershire and then put the radishes and onions in for a couple quick pulses. I heaped the horseradish and thought it could use even more still. Mine wasn't as firm as the photo; it was more of a dip consistency... perhaps my radishes were juicy?
For family gatherings I omit the horseradish (which my niece is allergic to) and have come to prefer it that way. With, or without, the horseradish we like this easy recipe a lot!
Made this for Superbowl Sunday and it was wonderful! Very easy and pretty too!
This is without a doubt a GREAT spread, whether for crackers of for veggies ~ I especially liked it with jicama, celery & carrots! It's been a long, long time since the last time I used red radishes in or for anything, & I'd almost forgotten how much I like them [used to use them in salads a lot]! This will definitely be a regular when I have dips & dippers on the table! Thanks!
A very pretty cheese spread, If you love radishes, you will really enjoy this one!! Now I have a great recipe when it comes time to harvest my radishs!!!! Thank for a unique recipe! Oh... the horse radish I think is the secret ingredient!!!
Great, yummy recipe. Easy to make. No one could guess what was in it. It tastes a bit like crab dip, but better. The butter mixed with the neufchatel makes it really creamy and the radishes give it a nice crunch. It went well with a lot of different crackers. Thanks for sharing.
What an easy appetizer recipe and the flavor is incredible. I love the crunch the radish gives this dip. I keep on nibbling on this although I made it for a party for tomorrow- I hope there will be some left!
This is a superb dip. Loved the veggie chunks. It was great with crackers. This one is going in my favorite appetizer folder. Thanks!
This is a tasty and festive looking spread with the flecks of red and green from the radishes and green onions. It tasted even better after refrigerating overnite to let the flavors blend. Thanks for sharing. Nick's Mom