Recipe by BETTYBILLINGS
"A surprisingly delightful dip for any occasion. Zucchini is spiced up with a bit of garlic and oregano to create a creamy and delicious dip. This has been a hit every time I've made it! Serve with vegetables, crackers, or bread."
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I made this dip for a party and was a bit unsure aobut the soy sauce. I did it using some frozen shredded zucchini and followed the directions exactly. Boy was it good. It really seasons up with a few hours in the fridge and everyone asked what kind it was. I left my zucchini with the peel on (it was shredded) and the color added to the spice!
Definately a winner! Thank you for the reciepe.
I did not find this recipe that great. It was a bit too sweet and seemed to lack a bit of zest. I threw mine away.
I made this dip for my best friends bridal shower and everyone loved it~~they just couldn't stop talking about it! Rock on BettyBillings!!
Very good recipe for dipping bread. Goes well with stew. Family said this dip "rocks". I used minced garlic in place of fresh garlic chopped. Worked just as well. This recipe has a sweet taste which complements bread and meat dishes.
Four stars for a great idea! I loved it with some modifications. I made it like I make my artichoke dip. First, I like the zucchini peeled for a nicer color/appearance. Second, sugar and soy sauce sounded bad, and I left those out. Then I added lots more garlic, a lot of finely-grated Asiago cheese, and a little S&P. The dried oregano is a good addition. Awesomely delicious this way! Yum. Good with vegies or on Italian bread.
OMG! so good! We followed the recipe except for we doubled the zucchini (had a lot to get rid off) and added extra garlic for extra zing. This stuff goes wonderfully with pita chips! Made for our 4th of july party tonight and I cant stop eating it! Do not be afraid of the soy sauce and sugar...this recipe is great as is. I would probably say if you like the garlic taste, definitely add a lot more as it really makes this dip taste great.
I've brought this dip to quite a few parties and everyone loves it. It's a very mild flavored dip and although I thought the ingredients would be strange together, they work great. Thanks for the recipe!
This is a family favorite now! This is REALLY good.. I made it with Zucchini the first time and we loved it and then I made it with Summer squash the second time. Both were great!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
The Best Zucchini Dip Ever
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 525
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