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Super Smoked Fish Dip

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    5 m
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    5 m
Danielle

Danielle

This is a simple and delicious dip. It is a big hit a parties. I prefer to use smoked marlin, but you can use other types of white fish also. A low-fat or fat free version can be made by using low fat mayonnaise and/or sour cream. Serve with crackers and lemon wedges.

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  1. In a medium-sized mixing bowl, combine mayonnaise, sour cream, and dill. Mix well. Chunk or flake the smoked fish into the mixture, and gently fold until the dip is well combined.
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KPERKINS100
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KPERKINS100

3/10/2003

Ya know, this recipe is pretty good but high on the fat content from the sour cream and mayo. For those who wish a virtually fat free version, and we think, tastier try the smoked fish dip recipe from Chuck and Kris, Sarasota, FL. This dip is world class.

TABEWARD
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TABEWARD

3/10/2003

My husband ice fishes during the winter and we enjoy smoked bass quite frequently. This recipe is not only simple and elegant way to serve fish, it is also delicious. When entertaining, I take a whole smoked bass and stuff it with the "super smoked fish dip" on a bed of lettuce greens and lemon wheels. An absolute hit - and it makes an excellent presentation. Enjoy!

CARRIERSMITH
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CARRIERSMITH

3/10/2003

This is a FABULOUS recipe! I was thrilled to find it here as I have had smoked marlin dip before and loved it. My recommendation for ultimate enjoyment it to serve it with Ritz crackers and pickled jalapenos. The combination seems to bring out the best in the recipe.

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