Radish Dip

14 Sep

My husband loves radishes, and since they were 2 for $1, I bought some on my last trip to the grocery store.  He usually eats them raw, but this time suggested I make the radish dip I had made once before.  Last time it was actually more like a spread, so this time I changed it a little to make it more like a dip.

Radish Dip

What you need:
2 cloves garlic (You may add more or less depending on your taste level.  I actually used 4 cloves tonight and it was a bit much for me)
2 bunches radishes, quartered
8 oz cream cheese, softened
8 oz sour cream*

How to Make it:

Peel the garlic cloves and mince in a food processor.  Add the radishes and mince them as well.  Add in the cream cheese and sour cream, pulse until well blended.  Serve with chips or your favorite veggies.

*Note that if you want this to be more of a spread than a dip, omit the 8 oz sour cream and add another 8 oz of cream cheese.

4 Responses to “Radish Dip”


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    […] eating them that they want to try them too.  The remaining radishes I will most likely use to make Radish Dip, to go perfectly with the crackers I got on sale at the store yesterday.  I considering making […]


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    […] and radishes were gone within an hour of me being home.  I had hoped to maybe make some Radish Dip, but my kids were happy eating all the radishes, so it’s ok.  I may make Yellow Squash […]


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    […] also brought home a few friends radishes, so we are set on them for the week!  I will make some Radish Dip, and may try roasting them to see how they turn out.  I will be making either salsa or tomato […]


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