Dips (Page 9)

Cream horseradish
Cream horseradish is versatile and tastes particularly aromatic with fresh horseradish. Whip the cream until stiff. ...
Cream Salad Sauce
Cream Salad Sauce For cream salad sauce first mix salad cream, yoghurt and cream. Season the sauce with salt and pepper. ...
Cress bread spread
Cress bread spread tastes particularly good on fresh baguette or black bread. Chop the walnut kernels coarsely and fill into a mixing bowl. ...
Cress Yoghurt Dressing
Cress Yoghurt Dressing is a light fresh salad dressing, which tastes particularly good with lettuce or mixed salad. Mix yoghurt with salad cream and milk until smooth and season with white pepper, salt and freshly squeezed lemon juice. ...
Cumberland sauce
Cumberland sauce is a classic sauce from England, which is served cold with game or lamb. But it also goes very well with minced meat pâté and liver pâté. ...
curry dip
Curry dip For the curry dip, hard boil the eggs, cool in cold water, peel and cut into very fine cubes. This works well if you cut the eggs lengthwise once with an egg slicer and then crosswise again. ...
curry sauce
Curry sauce can be used in a variety of ways and tastes particularly good with grilled and short roasted meat and poultry. The strong yellow colour, as can be seen in the picture above, is obtained by the spice turmeric. ...
Cut leek butter
Cut leek butter This cut leek butter goes well with roasted or grilled meat and tastes very good as a bread spread with freshly baked bread. Season soft butter with lemon juice, mustard and salt. ...
Danish Remoulade
Danish Remoulade goes very well with fish, meat or smörrebröd. Mix mayonnaise with a little mustard and juice of a quarter lemon. ...

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