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Yup, it's good. It's real good. And easy. I've made this quite often since finding the recipe and it doesn't last long at our house (and I always make double the recipe). It's great as is, but I sometimes add some sour cream just to make it a little less thick. And, if you let it sit in the fridge overnight, it's even better the next day. But, getting my husband to leave it alone that long is the biggest challenge when making this.
Quite simply the perfect dip. This stuff is dreamy. It's just so simple and you can always have ingredients on hand to slap together for unplanned guests. The best part? Everyone will think it's something new, even though it goes back to the 50's. The first time you make leave nothing out--it's cheap/easy enough that if you don't like it, no big loss of time or money. I've had it without the garlic it's good, and with lime instead of lemon, it's good too. Hard to go wrong with it but start with the original before decide to make changes.
Most of my family is from New England so clam dip is something I am used to, maybe that is why some people weren't into it. I had bought a small box of canned clam dip at Costco on a whim and wanted to use some of it up. I made this for a party thinking it wouldn't be that popular, but people were asking me all night what it was and how to make it. Definitely will be making this quick and easy dip again!
This was a great clam dip. Just a tad bit too much lemon juice but other than that it was perfect. It went way too fast so next time I'll double it. I really liked the garlic idea. It popped it right over the top! Thanks for sharing.
This is soooo yummy! Initially I thought more clam broth would be needed, but the listed measurements are just right.
This clam dip is the best I've ever tasted. I don't know what the other reviewer did to make it taste like smoky tuna, but it tasted fabulous to us, and our guests. The clams weren't overpowering, the spice from the tobasco sauce was perfect, it was excellent. I think it's better left over night, instead of an hour. Gave the flavors time to blend more. Wonderful!
I made this today for a quick snack/dinner and let it chill about 45 minutes. (I was hungry!) I felt the clams overpowered the dip but this was still tasty and very easy! Thanks Stacky!! (WildFlours!)
I apologize, but I just didn't care for this, neither did the guests at the party I took it to. I don't know what exactly I expected, but it ended up tasting like smoked tuna salad. Sorry.