Recipe by lhealy
"I got this blue cheese dip recipe from a friend of my sister's. Everyone loves it, even kids. Serve it with crackers and veggies. "
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1 (16 ounce) package
small curd cottage cheese
1 (8 ounce) container
crumbled blue cheese
green onions, chopped
dried dill weed to taste
I make a very similar recipe that I would consider a 5 star recipe... however... I use cottage cheese, cream cheese (1/2 a brick, I believe - I'll double check)and bleu cheese - no sour cream. I throw all 3 ingredients into the food processor and blend and then add finely chopped pecans or walnuts. I serve it with crackers and thin slices of granny smith apples (soaked in lemon water to prevent browning). A friend that loves the recipe has dubbed it as "Cheese Goo".
Not the best dip I've ever had. Followed the recipe exact and it was very bland. And even with using small curd cottage cheese the lumps were still unpleasant. It ended up tasting like cottage cheese overpowered with blue cheese. Will not make again.
Very yummy dip! I used whipped cottage cheese and low fat sour cream. I used a whole cup of the cheese and added a little garlic and onion powder to the mixture. Thanks ladies!
I use equal parts mayo, sour cream, cottage cheese and add a tablespoon or so of dry ranch dressing mix along with some garlic. YUM! But this recipe as written is 5 star worthy too!
Nice! I like the texture of the cottage cheese in this. I might go a little heavier on the green onion and blue cheese, but the flavor does develop as it chills so make sure you make it ahead of time - its pretty light when you first blend it. We had this with hot wings, veggies and apples. Thanks for the recipe!
I cut the sour cream in half and added a half a block of cream cheese. It was wonderful. I spread it on french bread and topped it with cucumber. Elegant and simple.
So easy and very good. you can throw it together and it is even good before the flavors have a chance to marry.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/32 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 32
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 26
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