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This is one of the best dips I have ever made! I served it in a bread bowl with a side of green onions celery and pita chips. I used about 3 oz of gorgonzola and that was plenty. Also I used dried dill and cut the amount in half from the fresh. I am making this again tonight!
This dip was great! It has two of my fave ingredients in the world: fresh dill and Gorgonzola! My friends and I couldn't stop eating it. I don't have a kitchen scale so I had to guess on the amount of the Gorgonzola. Also I didn't use low-fat mayo and sour cream which is probably really bad for me but it tasted awesome! The thick creamy texture remained after storing it in the fridge. I will make this again.
This dip was thick and delicious when I made it but got runny after refrigerating it. I was disappointed at first but then realized what a fabulous salad dressing it made! Everyone loved the flavor of this!
Rating: 5 stars
Big hit with the family for the holidays! Delicious and easy!
I made it the night before and followed the recipe exactly. I took it out this morning and it's extremely runny like water. It tastes good but I'm very disappointed. I am adding more gelatin to see if that will save it.
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