|Feed Me I'm Yours - Revised|
|by Vicki Lansky|
Economy, increased nutritional awareness, and the popularity of organic foods lead many parents to make their own baby food.
Results 31 - 40 of 79 for cucumber dip
Combine cucumbers and garlic in ... serving bowl. Stir in yogurt and salt and pepper to taste. Set on platter and serve with your choice of raw vegetables.
Mix yogurt with spices in a bowl. Add diced cucumber, tomatoes, mix with mint leaves. Keep refrigerated until serving time.
Quarter the cucumber lengthwise and remove seeds before grating. Drain off juice. Blend with other ingredients. Chill and serve with vegetables as a dip.
Combine ingredients; mix ... Cut 1 medium cucumber in half crosswise; ... in work bowl. Process with steel blade, using on and off turns, until chopped.
Blend together yogurt and mayonnaise. Cut cucumbers in 1/3 inch ... chill. Serve with vegetable dippers, crackers or as a topping for salad. Makes 2 cups.
Chop cucumber finely; drain thoroughly. ... onion. Add a dash of salt, if desired. Makes 1 pint. Good with chips or vegetables. Best when chilled a few hours.
Dice or shred cucumber. Let cream ... room temperature. Chop green onions. Add lemon juice, salt to taste and mix together well. Refrigerate before serving.
Mash shredded cucumber, add to cream cheese. Add dash of Worcestershire sauce. Beat well, serve with potato chips.
Drain all water from cucumbers, make sure no moisture is left. Mix well all ingredients in blender. Serve cold with corn chips or potato chips.
Beat cream cheese until smooth Stir in remaining ingredients until well mixed. Cover; chill. Makes 2 1/2 cups.
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