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PHILADELPHIA Tuscan Dip

PHILADELPHIA Tuscan Dip recipe
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Ahh, Tuscany: the summer sun on the hills, the sun-dried tomatoes and olives. We’ve captured it all for you in this dip. It'll take you there during every bite.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
1 hr 10 min
servings
total:
1-1/2 cups or 12 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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posted:
7/18/2008
I made this today in my food processer instead of chopping everything. I used Kalamata olives instead of black and I also added fresh garlic, parsley and basil from my garden. It is fantastic. I also added just a pinch of kosher salt. I am chilling it right now and cannot wait until all the flavors get infused because I am sure it will even be better when it as it sits in my fridge. Try it this way and I am sure you will like it.
posted:
7/17/2008
No one that we served this to was very enthused...
posted:
7/5/2008
This was very good. I added some toasted pecan pieces to add a little crunch. I will definately make it again!
posted:
7/4/2008
Doubled cream cheese and added about 4 oz of sour cream. Didn't measure any of the other ingredients, just eyeballed it and added salt & pepper, so mine was probably chunkier than the original. I served with sun dried tomato Triscuits. Was delicious immediately, but I am letting it sit to marinate the flavors more. Can't imagine anyone thinking it was bland!! It was very flavorful and delicious.
posted:
7/3/2008
great served with sun dried nabisco crackers let soften before serving for easier dipping
posted:
6/30/2008
I found this recipe to be very bland as written. I had to add a lot of salt, pepper, and garlic powder to the recipe. I would not make this again.
posted:
6/28/2008
Sun dried tomatoes were too expensive for my budget, so I subbed 1/2 cup roasted red peppers (from the $1 store!)It turned out really fantastic with tons of flavor!
posted:
6/25/2008
I got a little carried away with the onion, but this dip was so good! Even my 3 year old loved it on crackers!
posted:
6/24/2008
This recipe was every bit as good as everyone is saying in their ratings. The chopping took a little longer than it said but it was well worth it! I think you could add all sorts of variations to it to mix it up. I added garlic (2 cloves) and S&P as well. Just great! It disappeared in not time (and that was just my husband and I eating it). As suggested, awesome w/tomato & sun dried tomato wheat thins.
posted:
6/22/2008
Quick and easy to throw together. I took someone else's advice and added sun dried tomatoes in oil, instead of the dry ones plus some diced fresh garlic. Don't be afraid to add a little of the oil from the tomatoes. Ohhhh soooo yummy!!
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