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Old 03-08-2014, 03:40 PM   #1
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A very simple and good appetizer

Room softened butter
Blue cheese

Equal (or close) amounts.

Dip tortilla chips in it.

Enjoy.

(I first had this at a Mexican restaurant--- little dish with the dip in it and tortilla chips. When I found out what was in it I was surprised---- because of how simple it was and because it was being served at a Mexican restaurant.)
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Old 03-08-2014, 05:27 PM   #2
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Freeze the leftovers and put a nice big slice of it on your next steak or in your next baked potato!
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Old 03-08-2014, 05:45 PM   #3
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Freeze the leftovers and put a nice big slice of it on your next steak or in your next baked potato!
Sounds like a great idea---- IF there are any leftovers!
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This sounds heavenly (and I could just kick myself for thinking that I didn't like bleu cheese all those years!!!)
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When I lived in Quebec City, one of my roommates would mix blue cheese and cream cheese together. It was wonderful on a fresh baguette.
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Old 03-08-2014, 09:34 PM   #6
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alo friends apetizer anyone know the recipe for the diet but still tasty and good, please tell to me ....

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Anton. I love tatziki with veggie dippers for a healthy snack attack. I buy my tatziki from Costco but the internet has ton's of recipes for the do it yourselfer. Beware, only use greek yogurt. The other kind is too thin for this application.

I wanted to offer another quick and easy appetizer that you all might enjoy. One block of cream cheese. Covered with pesto. Done. Dip tortilla chips and/or spread on sliced baquette and prepare to swoon.

Cave76, I've never thought of mixing bleu cheese with cream cheese! What a wondeful idea.
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Anton. I love tatziki with veggie dippers for a healthy snack attack. I buy my tatziki from Costco but the internet has ton's of recipes for the do it yourselfer. Beware, only use greek yogurt. The other kind is too thin for this application.

I wanted to offer another quick and easy appetizer that you all might enjoy. One block of cream cheese. Covered with pesto. Done. Dip tortilla chips and/or spread on sliced baquette and prepare to swoon.

Cave76, I've never thought of mixing bleu cheese with cream cheese! What a wondeful idea.
Tzatziki works fine with regular yogourt, as long as you hang it to drain first.

It was CWS who suggested blue cheese and cream cheese.
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Cave76, I've never thought of mixing bleu cheese with cream cheese! What a wondeful idea.
I hadn't either. I always use blue cheese and butter for my appetizer.
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Room softened butter
Blue cheese

Equal (or close) amounts.

Dip tortilla chips in it.

Enjoy.

(I first had this at a Mexican restaurant--- little dish with the dip in it and tortilla chips. When I found out what was in it I was surprised---- because of how simple it was and because it was being served at a Mexican restaurant.)

I wonder if you could mix the blue cheese with something like Smart Balance spread to make it a little healthier? It would be the same texture as soft butter.
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