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Old 09-14-2010, 11:26 AM
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Default Sophie's Sour Cream Dip

I thought I had posted this recipe before, but couldn't find it when the subject of MSG came up (thanks for making me look, Peep!)

We made this dip all summer long at my Polish aunts' house, because they ALWAYS had fresh dill, parsley and chives in the garden.

I have to buy dill, since I never have luck growing it, but I always have plenty of the other two herbs in my garden.

I've named it after my grandmother because she would run her finger around the bottom of the bowl when most of the dip was gone, LOL!

I never measure the herbs, just use "a bunch". The MSG makes the dip, and I've never served it to anyone who doesn't love it!

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Sophie's Sour Cream Dip

1/2 teas. MSG or Accent
1 cup sour cream
1/2 cup real mayonnaise (I use Hellmann's)
2 T. chopped fresh chives
2 T. chopped fresh parsley
2 T. chopped fresh dill
sprinkling of grated lemon rind for the top

Serve with your favorite potato chips.
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Thank you Lee!! Copied
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Sounds great Lee.
I like the idea of putting it on a baked potato too.
Yummy!
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Since I have so much parsley and so many chives, I decided to make a big batch of this over the 4th of July weekend. Had to buy dill again, since mine pooped out AGAIN.

Served with chips and Bugles, in my grandmother's favorite dip bowl.

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....Served this last evening ........... all comments were positive !!
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Thanks for the report, LT - glad you folks enjoyed it!

It's even better after a day or two, IF there is any left over!

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Thanks for the report, LT - glad you folks enjoyed it!

It's even better after a day or two, IF there is any left over!

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.............I'll have to find out next time .............
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