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Trilby's Gourmet Dip Mixes

Our full line of gourmet dip mixes

Trilby's Dip Mixes

In the summer of 2013, we partnered up with Serendipity in Kirkland, so that we could offer you a line a fantastic and simple-to-make dips.  Preparation instructions:  Just stir!  The packets are designed to mix with 2 cups of your choice of sour cream, yogurt or cream cheese.

Please visit Serendipity Artisan Dips to re-order.

Here are some recommendations for alternate uses of these dip mixes, as found on Serendipity's website:

ALL PURPOSE SEASONINGS   Use the mixture to add some zest to 
many foods such as meats, oven roasted potatoes and vegetables. 
Sprinkle on liberally.

SALAD DRESSINGS   All of our dip mixes make wonderful salad 
dressings. Just make the usual dip mix with two cups of sour cream. 
Thin the mixture with one tablespoon of milk, buttermilk, or cream, to 
desired consistency. Remember, these are unique flavor blends, which 
you can't find anywhere else.

MEAT RUB  Just rub the seasonings on pork, beef, chicken, fish or 
seafood. Spraying first with a vegetable spray may make the 
seasonings stick to the meat better.

CRACKER OR BAGEL SPREAD  Add contents of dip package to 8 oz 
of  sour cream and 8 oz. of  softened brick cream cheese. Chill for at 
least one hour. Add salt to taste

PASTA SALAD   Instead of using regular mayonnaise for your pasta 
salad dressing, add a teaspoon or two of our mix to the mayo. You 
can flavor your salad any way you like to suit your taste. Add salt to 

HOT PASTA   Combine a teaspoon or two with a couple of 
tablespoons of olive oil or butter. Toss with your hot pasta. You can 
also add cream to make a creamy Alfredo version. Add your favorite 
cheese, if desired.

FLAVORED MASHED POTATOES   Add a teaspoon or two to your 
favorite mashed potato recipe. Our Garlic & Herb works especially well 
with mashed potatoes.

FRENCH FRY DIP   Prepare dip as usual and dip your fries into it as 
an alternative to plain old ketchup.

HERB BREAD   Add a packet of dry mix to your favorite bread recipe, 
whether you make bread by hand or with a bread maker for a delicious 
loaf of zesty bread.

SANDWICH SPREAD   Prepare dip as usual, or add a bit of dry mix 
to mayonnaise and spread on your sandwich.

DILLY CUCUMBER TARTAR SAUCE (I have published this section 
in bold text as it appears everyone is looking for it on the page.  

Many of our customers use our Dilly Cucumber dip mix as a 
sprinkling on salmon, halibut, or any other popular fish.

Blend about a heaped teaspoonful to start, with a little 
mayonnaise. check for flavor, and adjust to individual taste. 
Add a touch of mustard-wet or dry-and your favorite, finely 
chopped pickle for an unbeatable tartar sauce. Refrigerate.
Sprinkle the fish with some or all of the remaining blend, until it 
is completely covered, cook the fish and serve with the chilled 
tartar sauce. Mmmmmmm, Diplicious.

CHEESE BALL   Make any of our dip mixes into a cheese ball by using 
16 oz. of cream cheese. Roll in crushed nuts or other coating. Keep in 
refrigerator for at least four hours. Add salt, if required.

SPINACH BREAD BOWL   A traditional favorite. Hollow out a bread 
bowl and fill it with our Green Onion and Spinach dip. Use the leftover 
pieces of bread for dipping. Also wonderful with fresh veggies.

BREAD DIPPING OIL   Our Italian Garlic & Herb, and Sun-Dried 
Tomato and Basil work as sensational mixes for bread dipping. 
Combine one of our dry mixes with one to two cups of regular olive oil 
(not extra virgin). Let the mixture sit for twenty minutes or more. Dip 
fresh, crusty bread into the mixture and WOW!

BAKED POTATO TOPPING   Wow, Apart from our Bacon Baked 
Potato flavor, all of our dips are great on baked potatoes! Instead of 
using plain old sour cream, dress up those spuds with any flavor of 
our mixes. Add a whole new dimension to your baked potatoes! TRy 
blending some mix with cottage cheese, and top your potatoes for a 
special treat for the kids. Stand back and watch them fight over the 
left-over potatoes.

ROASTED POTATOES  Combine a teaspoon or two of mix with a 
couple of tablespoons of regular olive oil. Toss with raw diced potatoes 
and bake at 375 degrees until potatoes are done and golden brown on 
the edges. Salt to taste.

Use the 'light' or 'fat-free' versions of sour cream, mayonnaise, 
or cream cheese for a less fat, less calorie recipe. You can also 
substitute plain or greek yoghurt for the sour cream.

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