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Pumpkin, Parmesan & Sage Dip

Pumpkin, Parmesan & Sage Dip created by AmandaInOz

This has a very mild pumpkin flavour, you could probably roast the pumpkin then mash it as an alternative to intensify its flavour. This goes great with Turkish bread.

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  • Combine the cream cheese and pumpkin until smooth.
  • Fold in the parmesan, sage & bacon.
  • Chill for approx 1 hour & serve garnished with extra parmesan.
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"This has a very mild pumpkin flavour, you could probably roast the pumpkin then mash it as an alternative to intensify its flavour. This goes great with Turkish bread."
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  1. AmandaInOz
    Pumpkin, Parmesan & Sage Dip Created by AmandaInOz
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  2. AmandaInOz
    Fantastic dip! I think it's really important to use fresh pumpkin. I imagine it would be quite different with canned. I roasted the pumpkin first then whipped it together with the cream cheese. Gorgeous! I'm planning on serving it tonight with some grilled sourdough. Can't wait! Thanks Mandy!
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  3. Engrossed
    This is a good creamy flavorful gourmet dip. I went out on a limb to try it as I usually only like pumpkin in sweet baked goods. I can see how it does go with the other flavors. This just didn't end up being to my tastes. The bacon and sage are very nice and do stand out. I used canned pumpkin, neufchatel cheese, Hormel real crumbled bacon and fresh sage. I can also see how freshly fried bacon would give it a better bacon flavor. Made for Holiday tag.
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  4. Mandy
    Pumpkin, Parmesan & Sage Dip Created by Mandy
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  5. Mandy
    This has a very mild pumpkin flavour, you could probably roast the pumpkin then mash it as an alternative to intensify its flavour. This goes great with Turkish bread.
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