This dip is good and different. The only reason I rated it 4 stars instead of 5 is because I think I like spinach and artichoke dip better.
Warm Turnip Green Dip
Becky54 Posted: 01/08/11
lazylaurie Posted: 04/17/09
truly delicious. everyone at my party raved about it. I did omit the red pepper garnish. will definitely make again.
tara31 Posted: 05/16/10
Fabulous dip! I used fresh turnip greens from the garden and lightened the recipe by using veggie bacon, fat free cream cheese and light sour cream. Served with pull apart asiago bread and homemade pita chips.
lsufan Posted: 02/27/11
This is delicious. I have served it twice at parties and people are crazy about it. To make a little more healthy, I leave out bacon entirely (don't think it needs it), use neufchatel cheese (that is the 1/3 less fat cream cheese), and Greek yogurt instead of sour cream. I am experimenting now to see if it freezes well enough to make in advance. But I love this recipe!
Keiko123 Posted: 02/28/11
A huge hit when I served it as an appetizer at a dinner party and everyone asked for the recipe. Not a trace left. I did make it a second time using collard greens which was still ok, but too strong. Stick to the turnip greens. Served it with bread sticks and chunks of homemade bread.
myrtlelj Posted: 12/31/11
Have made this several times, very tasty...good change from the standard spinach dip.
MaggieLyn Posted: 03/29/14
Brought it to a March Madness party and it was a hit! Substituted greek yogurt for the sour cream, and used 1/3 less fat cream cheese. I also did the spinach/artichoke substitute b/c I just love spinach/artichoke dip. Will definitely save this recipe.
BrieGavin Posted: 11/29/13
really great and rich dip. was unable to find frozen turnip greens. next time I will make this with fresh greens, fat free or low fat cream cheese and greek yogurt instead of sour cream. this recipe made a lot of dip. will make this next week when the girls come over to crochet.