Recipe by LIQUIDFREQUENCY
"Multipurpose dip for veggies, chips, etc.. and no mayonnaise! Easy to double, or halve. If you do not have fresh dill, use 1/3 the amount of dried dill."
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1 (8 ounce) package
cream cheese, at room temperature
finely chopped green onions
chopped fresh dill weed
I tried out three dip recipes from this website at the same time to compare them and this was the best - at least as a dip for raw vegetables, which is what I wanted. It has a nice, creamy texture perfect for dipping and a great taste.
Tasted only the cream cheese. This would have been better with only the sour cream.
I made this early this morning so it would have time to sit and combine flavors before dinner. I used both reduced fat cream cheese and reduced fat sour cream. I thought this was quite good, the longer it sits, the better it gets. Next time, I might use a little more garlic and maybe some chopped fresh chives but it's quite good. Even my family liked this one!
I used fat free cream cheese and low fat sour cream and this was soooo good! It was a big hit at a party and no one would ever guess I cut corners on the fat content. I served it with carrots, crackers and even a fresh baked baguette. It went well with everything!!!
Exactly what I wanted. The store here never has anything but ranch dip which I can't stand. I used fat free sour cream and it came out great, I didn't even have to add any milk. I didn't have any green onions so I added a little granulated onion and some extra dill. Make sure your cream cheese is soft enough before you mix it or else you'll be mixing forever to get the lumps out.
I really liked this dip, even though my husband said it was lacking something. I ended up putting WAY more dill and g. onions than called for. I also added garlic powder rather than minced. It satisified my pregnancy craving, so I'll make this again!!
This was very easy in a mini food processor. I used an entire blister pack of "baby" dill, and it was still not enough for me. I used one and a half cloves garlic, and it was a bit much for others but perfect for my taste. I did not have to use milk, it was a nice thick dip for veggies :)
Super thick! I used dried dill and found that I could have used a little more than the recipe calls for, it tasted more like garlic than dill.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Creamy Dill Dip II
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 71
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