Cottage Dip

"Nice 'warm' dip to serve along with dry biscuits or personally I served on top of some puppodums."
photo by Lalaloula photo by Lalaloula
photo by Lalaloula
photo by French Tart photo by French Tart
photo by French Tart photo by French Tart
photo by French Tart photo by French Tart
photo by Peter J photo by Peter J
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  • Combined all ingredients in a small bowl and mix well, it may be refrigerated until use a few hours.
  • Spoon over biscuits / cooked puppodums or serve in a separate bowl for dipping.

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  1. I made this as a single serving to top my whole wheat flax seed crackers the other day. It made a very delicious light lunch. I will definitely make this again Peter. My youngest DD who is 9 said next time I need to make enough for two as she really enjoyed it as well. Made and reviewed for the 45th OZ/NZ Recipe Swap.
  2. This is a fantastic, hot dip recipe! It is very fresh and a great for veggie dipping! The cucumber pairs nicely with the cottage cheese and herbs. The heat from the tabasco and mustard is surprising, but very nicely so. :)<br/>I will certainly make this again as it is quick to prepare and sure to impress guests.<br/>THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this wonderful recipe with us, Peter.<br/>Made and reviewed for the Aus/NZ Recipe Swap August 2010.
  3. This dip made an extremely nice addition to my finger food counter for one of the last monthly groups I hosted! I left it for people to choose from a variety of crackers, but now that I know what puppodums are (yes, I did the research & now know where I can get them!), I'll be serving this dip with those buggers, as much for the conversation as anything else! I did cut back a bit on the amount of Tabasco sauce, but definitely not on the English mustard! Many thanks, Peter, for a great recipe keeper! [Tagged, made & reviewed as a recipenap in the Aus/NZ Recipe Swap #36]
  4. Delicious and refreshing - even although I forgot to add the tabasco sauce! As French Tart stated, this goes wonderfully with baked potatoes. Thanks for posting this!
  5. A very easy and EXTREMELY tasty herbal dip - I can see this being great in sarnies as well as a filling for baked potatoes - loved this thanks Peter! I used a selection of fresh herbs from the garden, mint, chervil, parsley and tarragon. I also used some chives from the garden - a very fresh and light dip which I served on mini crisp breads. Made for Aussie/Kiwi recipe swap #27 - merci Peter! FT:-)


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