|Creative Coastal Cooking|
|by Terry Libby|
When most people think of quintessential Maine cooking, images of boiled lobsters, blueberry pie, and clambakes come to mind.
1 - 10 of 125 for dips made sour cream
Combine ingredients. A blender may be used, but for extra texture, grate in some onions. If desired, a portion of the onions may be browned in butter ...
Allow cream cheese to sit ... until soft. Add sour cream, blue cheese, ... small bowl of hot sauce. Sprinkle vegetables with celery or sea salt and pepper.
Blend and Chill for 3 hours
Mix all ingredients. Add more milk, if needed, for good consistency. Cover and chill for at least 1 hour. Makes 2 cups.
Your favorite fruits Mix well and serve chilled as a dip or salad dressing with fruit.
Whip dairy sour cream until fluffy. Mix ham, mustard and onion. Blend into sour cream. Serve with crackers, potato chips or raw vegetables.
Pour sour cream in bowl. Fill ... Put in bowl with sour cream. Add grated onion and parsley flakes. Mix with mixer until well blended. Great all year long.
Cut off top ... all sides. Mix sour cream and softened cream ... put lid on. Wrap bread in foil and heat in 350 degree oven for 1 1/2 hours. Serve warm.
Pour sour cream into medium sized ... least 4 hours before serving, although, it is best when refrigerated overnight. Serve with the snacks and vegetables.
Mix. This replaces the original which had 1050-1150 calories per cup. This one has 400 calories per cup (25 per tablespoon).
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