Curry Dip

"This recipe just evolved over the years. It's delicious, and I don't even like curry! If made with drained yogurt, rather than sour cream, it will keep for months in the fridge."
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Ready In:
2 cups




  • Blend all ingredients thoroughly.
  • Refrigerate for at least 1 hour for flavors to develop, even better if allowed to mature overnight.
  • Adjust seasonings to taste.
  • Serve with chilled crudites, crackers and/or chips.

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  1. I have made this dip twice now, its the best tasting curry dip I have ever made. The second time I used light sour cream and light mayo, and it tasted just as great. I like it best with raw cauliflower and peppers. Hats off to the chef!!!


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