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Old 01-15-2005, 04:44 PM   #1
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Garlic/Ginger/Curry Dip

Spicy but wonderful with apple or pear slices and fresh vegetable sticks.

FRY: 2 Tbs EVOO and 2 tsp Madras style curry powder

GRIND: 5 cloves garlic, 1 walnut-size piece fresh peeled ginger, juice of one lime.

MIX: 8 oz lowfat plain yogurt adn 1/4 cup mayo

Fold all incredients together and chill.

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I love to use curry powder. Thanks Norgeskog. I will try this very soon. Maybe this sunday for the big game.
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I love to use curry powder. Thanks Norgeskog. I will try this very soon. Maybe this sunday for the big game.
That might even taste good on lefse or flatbrød
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I love to use curry powder. Thanks Norgeskog. I will try this very soon. Maybe this sunday for the big game.
That might even taste good on lefse or flatbrød
Wow, thats a good idea norgeskog! I bet that would taste great on lefse!
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