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I was looking for a recipe to use up some radishes I had and this was perfect! I did halve the recipe but kept the amount of radishes the same. I also added a little salt. Its really good and I made the best sandwich with it. Spread this on both sides of the bread, then some turkey, tomato, shredded carrots, and sprouts. Yum!
This recipe was good except that it had no radish flavor until I added two bunches of radishes. Then for extra flavor I added 2 tbsp of mint. My husband loved it!!! he said it was one of the best dips that I have ever made.
I grow Radishes in my garden every year just for this recipe. It works best with fresh radishes because they're stronger. Also I use light cream cheese and have never had a problem with it being too watery. Perhaps the other reviewer didn't dry the radishes before mincing.
I always save some radishes just to make this dip!! Using cream cheese makes this more of a spread than a dip I use an 8oz container of sour cream is 10x better!! Add dill and salt that makes this dip PERFECT!
I would have never thought of this and it is good. I changed it quite a bit but the base was great. I used 12 radishes 4 cloves of garlic 1 8oz. brick of low fat cream cheese about 1/3 c. of parmesan cheese and 1/3 cup of low fat mayo. I baked it for about 30 minutes at 350. My bf who says he hates radishes devoured it w/ crackers and veggies!
This has such a lovely pink color. The only problem I had was that although I am a HUGE garlic fan the raw-garlic flavor was just too overwhelming for me. Next time I think I would sautee the garlic first or maybe just add about a Tbl of garlic powder. I also added a splash each of lemon juice and worcestire which I thought added just a bit of flavor and was fantastic! Thanks!