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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Pretzel Dip!

Hey everyone, Happy Foodie Friday! It's week 2 of my Personal PIGskin Challenge and what's not to love about this dip?
As long as you like mustard that is...
The main reason I chose it is because I think it's great for so much more than just pretzels! Kielbasa, cheese, chicken nuggets or tenders, pepperoni, roast beef, cubed ham, meatballs, etc.
Pretzel Dip
1/2 C spicy mustard
1/2 C honey
1 Tblsp raspberry preserves
1 Tblsp mustard seed
Mix well.

My notes:
  • I suggest heating the jam a bit in the microwave so it softens and is easier to mix in.
  • I would cut the honey back to 1/4 cup. This is great but very sweet.
  • I would also increase the raspberry jam, up to twice as much!
  • I did not use the mustard seed, but if I was making this for a party I would buy a good grainy spicy mustard.
  • Would be good with a little horseradish in it too!
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34 comments:

  1. This recipe looks interesting and figure friendly (as dips go).

    It's great seeing these old advertisements.

    Have a great day! La

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  2. I will be using this dip!! Now for the plates...I love them..I found 4 at Goodwill and have been looking for more!!Sooo if you ever decide to sale...just saying..lol

    Cindy from Rick-Rack and Gingham

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  3. Hmmmm.... that dip sound like something my hubby would like!!!!!

    Hugs,
    Jacalyn

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  4. Sounds great to me, I so love the taste of tangy mustard too!

    Enjoy your day~
    Nancy

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  5. When I read the recipe I could picture this being a delicious 'glaze' on my next ham, yumm!
    Thanks.

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  6. Oh...this sounds fantastic. Pretzels go great with sweet and spicy. Going to jot this one down!

    Thanks, Lynn!

    xoxo
    Jane

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  7. This one is good for me as it has no fat in it and I go low fat all the time. Thanks. hugs♥olive

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  8. I thin this sounds like a great dip! Yum, I love the contrast of the sweet and the sour. Joni

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  9. That looks like a perfect football dip! I also like the one make with dry mustard and cider vinegar for pretzels. That one will clean out your sinuses!

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  10. I agree that this would be good on many things and not nearly as fattening as those with sour cream and mayo!

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  11. Hi Lynn! Yum, I like the sound of that dip. We love mustard over here so I'm going to have to copy this! Your little food looks so pretty sitting on that cute plate! :)
    I'm so excited you'll come to my Heart of the Home Party! I know it'll be so much fun.
    be a sweetie,
    shelia ;)

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  12. Sounds delish. I know I would like that dip.

    I lost the Back Porch yesterday..just went poof. I've started again at Typepad...hope to see you there!

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  13. Your recipe sounds good. I like those big, fat pretzels and I'll you dip would be delish with 'em.

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  14. My mouth started watering just reading the recipe...sounds yummy!

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  15. oh yea ~! lovin that recipe.. I will be trying this.. thanks for sharing

    hugs'
    Sonny

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  16. Yum...this sounds great and I will definitely give it a try! Thnaks for visiting Buttermilk Cottage!
    Susan

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  17. We are a family of Dips! Ok that did not come out right....but anyhow, I will have to try this one, sounds delish.

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  18. I know I will like this dip with a bit of raspberry added to the mustard and honey. I love those big pretzels for dipping.

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  19. I love sausage and cheese....dip sounds good. Isn't it fun when you can eat with a toothpick....well I like it.

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  20. Mmmm yummy! You just made me hungry, now I gotta go to the kitchen and eat lunch...Christine

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  21. Lynn, this sounds yummy! I eat pretzels often as a snack so will be trying this one. Thanks! Love the green check border on that plate. ~ Sarah

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  22. OMG! my hubby is asking me to make for him now.

    Darn! he's peeking my bloggie moment §;-)

    Kidding aside, this is truely deli. I will let you know the outcome of mine.

    Have a happy TS...

    Greetings from Stockholm,
    /chie

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  23. Boy that dip sure sound lip smackin' good. Thanks so much for the recipe and the helpful hints. Your like me and tend to 'tweak' recipes.

    May God bless your beautiful day!!! :o)

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  24. Oh YUM! We're in tailgate mode here- gotta love football season!
    xoxo Pattie

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  25. The combination of flavors in this dip sounds so good! It is the raspberry preserves that does it for me!

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  26. Y.U.M. The whole plate looks perfect for dinner:)

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  27. What's not to love about these great ingredients. We will be making this up. Great holiday recipe too.

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  28. Hi Lynn,

    This sounds like a winner and we have another Boise State game Saturday night with a big crowd coming in. I know you aren't just doing this for me, but it feels like it! Thanks so much.

    Gooooo BRONCOS

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  29. sounds yummy - thanks for leaving a comment on my blog

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  30. This dip sounds wonderful and perfect for a football Sat.

    Carolyn/A Southerners Notebook

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  31. Looks like a fabulous dip to eat while watching a game.

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