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Sun-Dried Tomato & Garlic Dip

Sun-Dried Tomato & Garlic Dip recipe
photo by:kraft
This creamy dip features big flavors that will have your guests guessing the magic ingredients. Go ahead and share—this one's too good to keep to yourself.
10 min
10 min
16 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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Was a hit at a recent ladies nite out party.
Whenever we have compnay over I HAVE to serve this--our friends have begun to request it be on the buffet bar We found that it it supurb served on pretzel rods
The first time I made this recipe, my daughter from way-far-away Down-South announced that she didn't like sun-dried tomatoes (who knew?!!) but that it was good on the chips. (I used Triscuits.) (I used my own dried tomatoes, by the way, wood-stove dried, actually.) As for me, I didn't like the mayo taste. The next time, I used fat-free sour cream instead (wouldn't normally use totally fat-free but thought it wouldn't matter in this case,) and added chopped fresh habenaro. I loved it. Made a meal of it. I like it very much. Next time I'll try chopped cucumbers, onions, etc., whatever sounds good. While I'm at it, I'd like to thank Kraft for this fab web site. I appreciate Kraft's effort to provide good recipes for their consumers, within their own parameters. Good job. Some big food companies just don't get it.
Made this for a group of friends. It was gone very fast. I used Miracle Whip and sun dried tomatoes, just not the oil packed ones. Was still good.
Made it for a tailgating party and everyone LOVED it!! I will defintely make it again.
I made this for a family gathering.. My family loved it and want me to make it again. It is a new favorite!
I made this for a "girls night in." I also took it to a family reunion. I've had to give out the recipe to everyone.
I made this for a pitch-in at work and served it with Triscuts and Wheat Thins. It got rave reviews! The one thing I might change next time is substituting some mayonnaise for half the Miracle Whip.
I made this as a dip for veggies, but it was too thick for that. I ended up making stuffed celery with it instead of using it as a dip. It was ok, but not worth the trouble and expense of using fresh chives and sun dried tomatos.
I didn't have Miracle Whip in the house so I used mayonnaise instead - it was delicious. I used the leftover dip on toasted bagels.
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