Awesome Dip Recipes

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2010/08/27 13:08:02 (permalink)

Awesome Dip Recipes


There isn't a particularly cohesive dip recipe thread here on Road Food so I figured now would be a nice time to start one:)


The marketing company I work for is doing a campaign for Dean's Dip's pretzel dip, and while I was browsing their website, I decided to check out the recipe section. 

In this section, I noticed Artichoke & Spinach Dip recipe that I thought would be cool to try out. Me and the wife were going to do a Doctor Who marathon and I thought it would be cool to have some slightly out of the ordinary snacks to go with the series, so this recipe seemed like a gem.

It actually is pretty easy: 

Ingredients: 
10 ounces frozen chopped spinach 
1 (14-ounce) can artichoke hearts, drained 
8 ounces cream cheese, cut into cubes 
1 (12-ounce) tub Dean’s Cheddar Cheese Pretzel Dip 
Choice of pretzels, toasted baguette slices, vegetables, pita chips, crackers, bagel chips or tortilla chips for dipping 

It makes quite a lot and it was fun watching the series whilst having a good snack to go with it that night:) 

  What kind of dip recipes do you guys know?  The more out of the ordinary the better:)
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    ALLGOOD
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    Re:Awesome Dip Recipes 2010/08/27 13:34:44 (permalink)
    Not a dip, but a spread....

    1 "log" of Jones Braunschweiger
    1 "brick" of cream cheese (not low fat)
    1/4 cup finely diced white onions
    1 Tbsp Lawry's seasoned salt

    Chop up braunschweiger, add softened cream cheese, add onions, add Lawry's.  Beat with hand mixer until smooth.  Serve spread on Club crackers or saltines or dip hard breadsticks into it and enjoy!
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    ALLGOOD
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    Re:Awesome Dip Recipes 2010/08/27 13:39:20 (permalink)
    Another one...not a dip, but an awesome open faced snack:

    2 slices white bread
    2 tsp creamy gooey peanut butter
    2 tsp Owl's Nest spreadable cheddar cheese (mild)
    2 tsp Dean's french onion dip

    Toast bread, spread with peanut butter, then chesse, then french onion dip.  Yum.
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    Re:Awesome Dip Recipes 2010/08/27 13:43:49 (permalink)
    Would it be just as good if I used a different pretzel dip other than Dean's Cheddar Cheese Pretzel Dip ©?

    (Your only other post, also pumping the indescribably delicious Dean's products, is here.)

    Sorry, but shilling is a particularly sensitive subject around these parts.
    post edited by Mosca - 2010/08/27 13:45:08
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    Re:Awesome Dip Recipes 2010/08/27 13:45:03 (permalink)
    All Good those sound interesting. I will have to try them!
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    Re:Awesome Dip Recipes 2010/08/27 14:18:21 (permalink)
    BLACKSHAWN

    All Good those sound interesting. I will have to try them!


    The liver spread is especially lip smacking tasty.  A few of the guys I work with can't get enough of the spread.  I usually share it with everyone at holiday office parties.
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    Re:Awesome Dip Recipes 2010/08/28 10:07:56 (permalink)
    This has been my go-to veggie dip for years.  Always rave reviews:
     Beau Monde Dip
     
    1C mayo
    1C sour cream
    2 t dill
    2 T dried parsley
    3 T dried minced onion
    3 t beau monde(Spice Islands brand).
     
    Mix all, refrigerate at least 4 hours for flavors to develop.
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    Re:Awesome Dip Recipes 2010/08/31 17:31:15 (permalink)
    Seems as if your BS spread is your favorite.
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    Re:Awesome Dip Recipes 2010/08/31 18:29:49 (permalink)
    I was waiting to see if it is OK to post here.
     
    Since tha Chewer posted I guess it's OK.
     
    I bought some WM Great Value French Onion Dip (hey... it was a buck) but it was way to thick. I had a bottle of Claussen Pickles w/ no pickles left. I poured the Claussen juice into the onion dip and Wyhalia (is that a word?). It made a good French Onion Dill Dip!
     
    I never waste a drop of Claussen pickle juice. It's good right from tha jar. I also use it to make a drink w/ V8 and who knows what else I might add???
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    Re:Awesome Dip Recipes 2010/08/31 22:48:32 (permalink)

    I never waste a drop of Claussen pickle juice. It's good right from tha jar. I also use it to make a drink w/ V8 and who knows what else I might add???

     
    Sounds like a little Vodka and Tabasco sauce would compliment it.
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    Re:Awesome Dip Recipes 2010/09/01 00:55:27 (permalink)
    claracamille

    This has been my go-to veggie dip for years.  Always rave reviews:
     Beau Monde Dip
     
    1C mayo
    1C sour cream
    2 t dill
    2 T dried parsley
    3 T dried minced onion
    3 t beau monde(Spice Islands brand).
     
    Mix all, refrigerate at least 4 hours for flavors to develop.

    that was my mother's go to dip too!  haven't had it in years...she used to serve steamed carrots with it..
     
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    Re:Awesome Dip Recipes 2010/09/01 00:57:57 (permalink)
    Dunno how unsual this is but here is one that everyone likes:
    1 can bean with bacon soup
    1 brick cream cheese
    1 tsp minced garlic
    1 to 2 TBSP hot/sweet mustard
    squirt of ketchup
    squirt of Sriracha
    put in food processor and blend til completely mixed
    let sit in fridge overnite to let flavors blend.
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    Re:Awesome Dip Recipes 2010/09/01 18:16:38 (permalink)
    Baileys, you guessed it :~) except I usually use Louisianna Hot Sauce.
     
    Jenn, because of a recent thread here I must ask... are those steamed BABY carrots? Oh, and I love that Bean and Bacon soup!... so that dip sounds great!
    Joe
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    Re:Awesome Dip Recipes 2010/10/15 12:01:36 (permalink)
    Jennifer_4

    Dunno how unsual this is but here is one that everyone likes:
    1 can bean with bacon soup
    1 brick cream cheese
    1 tsp minced garlic
    1 to 2 TBSP hot/sweet mustard
    squirt of ketchup
    squirt of Sriracha
    put in food processor and blend til completely mixed
    let sit in fridge overnite to let flavors blend.

     
    I am becoming a big fan of Sriracha, I think I'll have to try this myself, just will have to be semi-armed with the Tums:)
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    Re:Awesome Dip Recipes 2010/10/18 00:02:37 (permalink)
    PapaJoe8
    I never waste a drop of Claussen pickle juice. It's good right from tha jar. I also use it to make a drink w/ V8 and who knows what else I might add???
    Joe

     
    Try it with tequila, makes an AWESOME shot!!!!
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    Re:Awesome Dip Recipes 2010/10/18 00:23:27 (permalink)
    I thought I was the only person who drank Claussen pickle juice!  I have a hankerin' for some right now.  If you'll excuse, I'll head to the kitchen.
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    Re:Awesome Dip Recipes 2010/10/18 09:35:52 (permalink)
    ALLGOOD:  Wow, that recipe sounds good.  I'll have to make a batch to spread on my Westminster crackers.  For the lack of a better name, I'll call it Allgood Spread.
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    Re:Awesome Dip Recipes 2010/10/18 17:28:58 (permalink)
    SD, great idea! I'll try that for sure! I also use it for a Bloody Bull type drink w/ V8.
     
    Mellow, shhh... We don't want to be caught drinkin from tha jar! I goin for a sip now. Shhh... :~)
    Joe
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