Usage:8 oz. Sour Cream
1/4 cup Cucumber Dill Dip Mix
Mix together well.
Refrigerate for 30 or more minutes.
Ingredients:Dextrose, Sea Salt, Chopped Onions, Onion Powder, Citric Acid, Garlic Salt (salt, granulated garlic, silicon dioxide), Non-GMO Corn Starch, Dill Weed, Parsley, Silicon Dioxide. Contains No Allergens.
Posted by V.M.D. on 23rd Feb 2016
This is an amazing dip. And it gets better and better with days in the fridge. So good with celery and especially carrot sticks. Make it a few days ahead, trust me. The flavors blend beautifully over time. It's been a little over a week, and it's still good and fresh tasting. Will continue to buy it. Great product.
Posted by Jeannie on 22nd Sep 2015
What a wonderful change of pace for a dip! I'm buying three 4 oz jars for friends right now.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Nov 2013
I didn't realize this dip would be sweet. I was looking for more of cucumber/dill flavor, but it tastes like it's more sugar than anything. I had to throw it away. Big waste of my money, but I'll better understand the ingredients next time.
I can't stop eating this dip!!!!!
Posted by Suzanne on 25th Jun 2012
This cucumber dill dip is by far the best dip I have ever had. I do make one change though. I prefer it with about 1/2 cup mayonnaise and 1 1/2 cups sour cream instead of equal amounts. It is great on veggies, pretzels, bagel chips, potato chips, of course, and anything at all you can think of.
I did call to find out exactly how much 1 oz is since it is a dry measure. I was told that 4 Tablespoons is the equivalent to one ounce. I make it a little stronger sometimes though my mother prefers it a little weaker.
I will continue to repurchase this for years to come!!! You just have to try it. It is the companies best product, and I have tried quite a few.
Posted by Barbara on 28th Jul 2011
This mix makes a wonderful, full flavored dip. We actually used it as a dip for our homegrown sliced cucumbers, whole wheat bread and blanched asparagus spears. YUM.