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Size:yields 1 3/4 cups Uses: A blend of tomato, garlic and peppers, this seasoning is a sophisticated twist on the conventional party favorite. Simply mix seasoning with cream cheese, heat and serve. [allergens: milk]
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- Brand: Rada Cutlery Manufacturing Co.
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Don’t just use dip mixes for dips to be eaten with chips, pretzels, fresh veggies, etc. Although that is a delicious way to eat them, they have far more skillfulness than that.. Try a heap of of these ideas on for size. (By the way, most dip mixes may be employed with low fat or “light” versions of sour cream, mayonnaise, or cream cheese. This still tastes wonderful, but deletes much of the fat and calories.)
ALL PURPOSE SEASONINGS
Use the mixture to add galore zest to galore foods such as meats, oven roasted potatoes and vegetables. Sprinkle on liberally.
SALAD DRESSINGS Most dip mixes make fantasti salad dressings. Just make the standard dip mix with one cup of sour cream and one cup of real mayonnaise. Thin the mixture with one tablespoon of milk or cream to desired consistency.
MEAT RUB Mesquite and other similar flavors of dip mixes works particularly well for a rub. Just rub the seasonings on pork, beef, chicken, fish or seafood. Spraying initial with a vegetable spray may make the seasonings stick to the meat better.
CRACKER OR BAGEL SPREAD Add contents of dip package to 16 oz. of brick cream cheese. Salt to taste. Chill for at least two hours.
PASTA SALAD Instead of using regular mayonnaise for your pasta salad dressing, add a teaspoon or two of the dip mix to the mayo. You may flavor your salad any way you like to suit your taste. Add salt to taste.
HOT PASTA Combine a teaspoon or two with a couple of tablespoons of olive oil or butter. Toss with your hot pasta. You may also add cream to make a creamy Alfredo version. Add cheddar cheese, if desired.
FLAVORED MASHED POTATOES Add a teaspoon or two to your favored mashed potato recipe. Garlic flavors work in particular well with mashed potatoes.
FRENCH FRY DIP Prepare dip as general and dip your fries into it as an substitute to plain old ketchup.
HERBED BREAD Add a packet of arid mix to your favored bread recipe, whether you make bread by hand or with a bread maker for a delicious loaf of zesty bread.
SANDWICH SPREAD Prepare dip as usual, or add a bit of arid mix to mayonnaise and disseminate on your sandwich.
DILL SAUCE Use Delicious Dill mix for use on salmon, asparagus and as a condiment for turkey wraps.
CHEESE BALL You may make most dip mixes into a cheese ball by using one 16 oz. package of cream cheese. Roll in crushed nuts or other coating. Keep in refrigerator for at least two hours.
CHILI CON QUESO SALSA DIP Chile Con Queso dip mix is wondrous when applied as a regular dip with sour cream and mayonnaise. A zesty Mexican flavor without a lot of heat. However, undertake it with combining the arid mix with melted Velveeta cheese and salsa all mixed together. Wow, it is incredible.
SPINACH BREAD BOWL A established favorite. Hollow out a bread bowl and fill it with Fresh Spinach dip. Use the leftover pieces of bread for dipping. Also wondrous with fresh veggies.
BREAD DIPPING OIL Italian Herb, Sundried Tomato, Garlic Lover and similar dip mixes work as sensational mixes for bread dipping. Combine a dip mix with a one to two cups of regular olive oil (not extra virgin). Let the mixture sit for twenty minutes or more. Dip fresh, crusty bread into the mixture and WOW!
HORSERADISH SAUCE This dip is fantasti for roast beef, prime rib, steak or burgers. Feel free to add a heap of extra real horseradish to the mixture if you like it hotter.
BAKED POTATO TOPPING Wow, are dips ever good on baked potatoes! Instead of using plain old sour cream, dress up those spuds with any flavor of mix. Add a whole new dimension to baked potatoes!
ROASTED POTATOES Combine a teaspoon or two of mix with a couple of tablespoons of regular olive oil. Toss with raw diced potatoes and bake at 375 degrees until potatoes are done and golden brown on the edges. Salt to taste.