Recipe by JulietAR
"This is a delicious garlic dip. Mix your favorite pizza toppings into the mixture before baking, to add extra flavor."
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1 (1 ounce) package
herb and garlic soup mix
shredded mozzarella cheese
French bread, sliced
This recipe is really great, I have been making it for a couple of years now out of a Lipton recipe cookbook. The main difference in the Lipton book is you use 16 ounces of sour cream rather than one cup. This cuts down on the saltiness of the dish and the texture is creamier. I also add 1/4 cup chopped pepperoni. Whenever I ask someone what I can bring to a party, this is what they request!
The idea is awesome but it is way to salty(due to the whole dry herb & garlic soup pkt to the 1 cup sour cream). I added some minced green onions, some diced pepperoni, red bell peppers in with the mix and sprinkled some parmesan cheese on top. My friends and family couldn't finish the bowl and I ended up tossing what was left. However, I really like the idea of this so I might try 16oz of sour cream and maybe half a pkg of the soup mix and see how it goes. It DOES have the taste of pizza...if it hadn't been so salty.
This is great, but has to be eaten hot. As it cools it gets too thick and hard to scoop (why it lost a star).
I added chopped pepporoni to mine and served with ritz crackers. Everyone loved it and there was none left over.
A very good appetizer. I made it on Memorial Day for a cookout and everyone filled up on it. I loved it with French bread chunks!
When I served this everyone went right to it. Thanks to other reviewers suggestions, I added 2 cups of sour cream and that cut back on the saltiness. I also diced some pepperoni, baked it for 10 minutes to get some of the oil out, and added that to the mix. This makes a ton so be prepared, you'll need extra bread. Merry Christmas!
This is awesome. If you mix in all the mozzarella, instead of putting some on top, you can serve it cool and it wont clump.
My kids scarfed this down!!! I didn't have enough ricotta, so I used half ricotta and half french onion dip. I added chopped pepperoni "after" (because of the grease) removing from the oven. Only used 1 teaspoon of the dry packet seasoning. Although the dip didn't look too appetizing, I will make again.
Love this recipe! Have made it four times in the last two weeks and will make again for this coming weekend. Very easy to make & everyone loves it, kids included. I added prepackaged pepperoni slices chopped up each time and one time I added sauteed mushrooms (diced), too. EXCELLENT. Also, stir in some extra mozz. cheese to the dish before cooking (and some on the top as suggested). Wonderful!! Great with the French bread and the new flatbreads.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
White Pizza Dip
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 91
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