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Quark Dip

Ingredients:

For your base you can use;
Quark,
Strained yogurt

Blended cottage cheese
or a combination of these.
Milk for thinning

For 1 cup use:
1/4 cup chopped scallions or chives
1 Tablespoon of chopped fresh dill or
1 teaspoon of dried dill weed

To season use a good teaspoon of
salad dressing seasoning or a good all purpose seasoning salt

 

CONDIMENTS:

Vegetables for dipping: such as
Scallions
Radishes
Cucumber
black olives
Rye sand French Bread Assorted crackers

Toppings for sprinkling:
Crisp chopped bacon
Chopped parsley
Caraway seed
Toasted chopped hazelnuts
Toasted slivered almonds

If you are going to use strained yogurt just put the yogurt in
a coffee filter and then a strainer. Let it sit for 4 hours or overnight if you like it thicker.

1. Add to your base, the chopped scallions or chives, dill and seasoning and mix.

2. Thin to your desired consistency with milk. You want it so that it is creamy to dip
a vegetable or chip in. If you want to use it as a spread for bread you can leave it thick.



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