Yummy is right - I took your advice and doubled the recipe thank goodness. I served it with some celery and carrot sticks and also some good crackers and it was a big hit. I used low fat cream cheese and instead of parsley I used cilantro because that was all I had on hand - wonderful flavors. I think I'll try it on a sandwich today or maybe as a bagel spread - thanks for posting!
I made this for a 4th of july cookout at our house, even our niece liked it. Great flavor
I initially found this a it too tart for our liking, I guess it was a bit different then what I was expecting. I needed to add a small amount of sugar to tone the tartness down a bit. I served this dip with a crudité platter. During the party we were hosting this dip was well received. Thank You for posting!
Yummy yet easy! I roasted my own red peppers & roasted the garlic at the same time. I used fat-free sour cream & oil-packed sun-dried tomatoes patted very well with paper towels. Served with an assortment of veddies, crackers & tortilla "scoops", this was well-received at a pot-luck. Thanx Manda!
Have made this twice in two weeks, unusual for me since I love to try new things. I made this a guilt free treat by using nonfat yogurt cheese in lieu of the cream cheese along with reduced fat sour cream. The second time I made it, I tossed in a few extra tomatoes and liked it more. Oh, I did it chunky style.
Made this for a small dinner get together last night, and it went over really well. Served it with a variety if crackers and tortilla chips. I had to add a bit more cream cheese, could be because I used lower fat cream cheese and lower fat sour cream( both of which I think are wetter). The small amount that's left over is going to work with me tomorrow with a onion bagel and some salami for my lunch! Real treat, thanx, Manda!
Most impressed, once made I could not leave it alone, so it was a reduced quantity that finally made it to the table. Served it with chips, may try veggies next time.