So I am calling this award-winning because it did win an award. My mother as a girl entered this dip into the county fair and won a ribbon. As a girl growing up grandma would always put this dip out with vegetables, and tell me the store about my mom winning a ribbon. I remembered hearing this story many times, but recently my grandma told me that everyone got a participation ribbon. I still think it should have won, it is amazing and a lot healthier than most dips you make. I tend to make this dip if I put out vegetables for my kids, or when I go to game nights. No one can ever guess what is in it, and you would think it is just loaded with fat.
Cottage Cheese Dip:
- 1 cup cottage cheese ( I use low-fat)
- 1 TBS ketchup
- 1/2 tsp season salt
- 1/2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
- 1/8 tsp pepper
- 1/8 tsp celery salt
- 1/8 tsp garlic salt
- 2 TBS mayo or milk ( I always use 1% milk)
- 1 TBS grated onion
Blend all in a blender, with an immersion blender and jar, or food processor. Mix it until combined and to desired smoothness.
I prefer mine smooth, and you would be amazed at how smooth cottage cheese can get.
Like in my ranch recipe I place all ingredients in a pint size mason jar. Then blend with my immersion blender, then it is already to lid and put in the fridge.
*My favorite vegetables with this dip are jicama and carrots, but whatever your favorite is I’m sure it will be great!