Total Time
10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

This came from a friend of mine, Pam, and we all enjoyed on several river/lake trips! It also makes a heavenly tasting baked potato topper!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Mix all together and chill overnight for best flavor.
  2. I think it’s best served with baby carrots, Wheat Thins or “Twigs” (come in a box by wheat thins).

Reviews

(3)
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I wish I could give this dip even more stars!! This was a huge hit with everyone. Definitely make this dip a day ahead so the flavors have time to come together. The only thing I did differently was to leave out the onion flakes and I replaced one cup of the mozzarella cheese with one cup of Jarlesberg swiss cheese. Thanks for posting this Bykirk! I can't wait to try this again!

smltheppl November 28, 2005

What a great dip!and easy to make too! The recipe name caught my eye first, when I was searching for dips to make for our gatherings on the weekends. I am so glad I picked this recipe too. The flavors are really good and its even better the next day (that is if you have any lefted over) I served this with different types of chips and I kicked it up a bit the second time I made it (which was the next day)with chopped onions,minced garlic(in place of garlic salt) ,old bay seasoning,greek seasoning, beau monde,and celery seed. Its a dip I am so certain will be made many of times.I plan to try it on baked potatoes soon. Thanks for the recipe bykirk!

Marsha D. October 01, 2005

This dip is the best !! I served it at a pary with deep fried sweet potatoe wedges, and it was a huge hit. The next day, I served it for our supper on baked potatoes. Thanks for submitting this, and I will be checking out your other recipes. PS My guests found the name intriguing.

Chef Dee June 21, 2005

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