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periwinkle
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Dill Dip
      #1195796 - 08/25/10 10:11 PM (24.60.69.73)

Thought of this dill dip for Carol's open house. I've never made it with the Accent, so I can't honestly tell you if that makes a significant difference. This is the dip that is sometimes served in a hollowed out pumpernickel bread loaf. Yum!

1 c. mayo
1 c. sour cream
1 TB. dried dillweed
1 TB. dried parsley
1 TB. dried minced onion
1 TB. Accent
3 drops Worcestershire sauce

Mix all and let the flavors blend (for a few hours at a minimum) before serving.


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Re: Dill Dip [Re: periwinkle]
      #1195806 - 08/25/10 10:30 PM (68.247.213.134)

Connie--thanks! Is this is good dip for veggies, as that is what I need it for..

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Re: Dill Dip [Re: Carol_Hill]
      #1195817 - 08/25/10 10:55 PM (24.60.69.73)

Yes, absolutely!

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Re: Dill Dip [Re: Carol_Hill]
      #1196351 - 08/27/10 01:02 PM (64.12.116.77)

Spinach Dip made with Knorr's Vegetable Soup Mix... follow recipe on package...serve in hollowed out brown pumpernickel bread. EXCELLENT Veggie Dip! never anything left!!!

http://allrecipes.com//Recipe/spinach-dip-with-water-chestnuts/Detail.aspx


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Re: Dill Dip [Re: periwinkle]
      #1196372 - 08/27/10 02:35 PM (156.99.39.75)

Just a suggestion...but many people are sensitive to Accent. The main ingredient of Accent is MSG.

I have used this recipe many times, only substituting 1 TB of Beau Monde Seasoning for the Accent. It's delicious. My family has been making this standard veggie dip for 30 years this way, and it's always a hit. Another tip, use real mayo. Miracle Whip is not a substitute for mayo in this recipe.

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Re: Dill Dip [Re: CaribSoul]
      #1196434 - 08/27/10 05:39 PM (96.39.169.16)

Yes, to the Beau Monde for the dip recipe. Beau Monde was in the orginal dip recipe I received years ago. Excellent with veggies.

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Re: Dill Dip [Re: CaribSoul]
      #1199230 - 09/03/10 07:57 AM (68.163.139.147)

Oh, you are so correct!! LOTS of people are allergic to MSG (Accent)! I'm one of them. I'll be asleep before I finish dinner with MSG. Nasty stuff. There's plenty of it in foods without adding it.
Just a thought.....


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Re: Dill Dip [Re: periwinkle]
      #1199255 - 09/03/10 09:25 AM (71.100.191.226)

Connie--you said you don't use the Accent. You just leave it out and don't substitute anything? I don't have Beau Monde at home, not sure what all you would use it in??

And here's one of my classic stupid questions--if you serve it in a hollowed out pumpernickle loaf, do you put the bread pieces on the table to dip out some of the dip, or do you use them for something else?


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Re: Dill Dip [Re: Carol_Hill]
      #1199420 - 09/03/10 05:01 PM (205.188.116.77)

Carol just omit the MSG/Accent; no need to substitute anything in its place. Yes, if you wish you can cube the inside of the bread and put it out for dipping into the dip or not...your choice.

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Re: Dill Dip [Re: Anonymous]
      #1199427 - 09/03/10 05:43 PM (68.247.213.134)

OK, thanks. Just checked today at the grocery store and I need to order a day ahead of time to get a round loaf of pumperknickle, since I live at the back of beyond. Guess I could buy it on the weekend ahead of my party and freeze it for a week or so.

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