Sun-Dried Tomato Dip

"If you love semi dried tomatoes, you should enjoy this! Originally came from a magazine, but I tweeked it to my own tastes. Please use "real" mayonnaise, the other types make it too sweet. This dip can be served with just about anything & is also great as a sandwich spread. Cook time refers to refrigeration."
 
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Ready In:
40mins
Ingredients:
5
Yields:
2 cups
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ingredients

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directions

  • Add mayo, tomatoes and garlic to food processor& blend until smooth.
  • Chop 1/2 of the extra tomatoes into small pieces.
  • Fold into blended mixture together with basil.
  • Top with remaining tomatoes.
  • Chill for at least 30mins before serving.
  • This is great served with vegetables, chicken, lamb or even chips.
  • Adjust ingredients depending on your tastes, desired consistency, etc.

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Reviews

  1. rosslare
    Good stuff!
     
  2. Sharon123
    Oh, this was so good on toasted 9-grain bread! I loved it! I did half the recipe easily;. Thank you! Made for your cookathon!
     
  3. Faux Cordon Bleu
    A real winner!!!
     
  4. French Tart
    I used my own home-made mayonnaise and used a mixture of fresh chopped herbs from the garden - divine!!!! Thanks so much for a simple and yet very sophisticated recipe! Made for Aussie/NZ recipe Swap! FT:-)
     
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<p>I am an Aussie married to my wonderful American husband since 2002. I no longer work having been retired on medical grounds. My main hobby would be cooking and collecting recipes (one can never have enough cookbooks)! We have 2 cute kitties named Jerzee &amp; Zebu, who bring me great joy. I also enjoy watching sports, listening to music and spending time with family and friends. I like almost all types of music, &amp; would go to more concerts if I had more money. Having been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes last year I am really focussing on eating more &amp; more unprocessed foods. The irony is that I never really had a sweet tooth &amp; now that I've been told to avoid sugar, suddenly alln things sweet seem so delicious!!!&nbsp; Now that I have more time I plan on cooking more frequently &amp; also trying some more time-consuming recipes.</p>
 
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