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Ham & Red Pepper Spread

November/December 2010

Your rating: None Average: 3.2 (21 votes)

Spread this creamy ham and roasted red pepper dip on Belgian endive, crackers or toasted baguette or use it as a dip for vegetables.


4 Reviews for Ham & Red Pepper Spread

01/05/2014
Anonymous
If you love BLAND, you'll love this flavorless concoction

I added a small diced onion, couple cloves of garlic, worcesterchire, double the spices... nothing improves this or even adds much flavor. What's wrong with this recipe? I don't know but I won't be spending any more time thinking about it. Sorry for the negative review, but honestly I won't be making it again. What a waste of good ham.

It is very spreadable
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12/22/2013
Anonymous
Requested every Thanksgiving!

I first made this a couple of years ago for our pre-Thanksgiving meal snack tray, and everyone raved about it! Since then it has been a regular holiday staple at our house. Takes only minutes to make, but the sherry vinegar and smoked paprika give it a nice, complex flavor. Never any leftovers with this one!

Easy and quick to make
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11/14/2013
Anonymous
Not what I thought it would be...

I really was disappointed in this one. As promised, it was quick and easy - but the end result was not as great as its parts (all of which I love!). The cream cheese seemed to mute all the flavor of everything else, and the spread was terribly bland - not bad per se, just flavorless. Can't see making this recipe again, but if I did, I think I'd add Worcestershire sauce, hot sauce, or perhaps garlic to it to improve the lackluster taste.

Quick, No-Cook
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07/22/2011
Great dip!

I tasted this spread in the Test Kitchen and instantly knew I'd have to bring it to an upcoming family gathering. After the party I found my serving bowl nearly scraped clean! It was a huge hit!

simple, delicious, something different!
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