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Ruby-Red Pretzel Dip

Ruby-Red Pretzel Dip

"Plain pretzels get a pretty coating and tangy taste from this thick, festive blend. Grace Yaskovic of Branchville, New Jersey shares the recipe."
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Ingredients

15 m servings
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  1. In a saucepan, combine the first seven ingredients; whisk over medium heat until smooth. Combine flour and cold water until smooth; add to cranberry mixture. Bring to a boil; cook and stir for 2 minutes. Transfer to a bowl; stir in food coloring if desired. Cover and chill overnight. Serve with pretzels.

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Very unusual- no one was sure what to think looking at this in the bowl but once people tried it it was gone in a flash. Its a great holiday type recipe- I served it at a Christmas party and it...

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Very unique appetizer. I made this for my family's holiday dinner. I thought the dip was delicious, and many people tried it, but it wasnt really a huge hit. I might make it one more time. It ...

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Very unusual- no one was sure what to think looking at this in the bowl but once people tried it it was gone in a flash. Its a great holiday type recipe- I served it at a Christmas party and it...

YUM!! Everyone I made this for loved it. I also poured some of this over cream cheese and ate it with the pretzels...sooo good!

Very tasty!! A nice alternative to some of the heavy dips that I have prepared in the past.

Yum! People didn't really know what it was. Thinking it was just cranberry sauce it got skipped over. Needs a label or something if you are putting on a buffet. Was really tasty though.

my husband loved this, we poured it over cream cheese

My sister, Jenny, brought this to our Thanksgiving dinner and it was delicious. Like she noted in her review, nobody knew what to do with it. In addition to dip, it would make a great cranberr...

I made it exactly as written. Took it to a "Red Hat" party and it was a hit.

I froze the leftovers of my homemade cranberry sauce (Pear Honey Cranberry Sauce) after Thanksgiving & thawed them to use in this recipe. I decreased the sugar to compensate (my sauce was alread...

I love this recipe. I tried it for my annual Christmas party last year and will definitely make it again this year.

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