Question Concerning Last Week's Sweet Peas in Cold Curry Dip Recipe

Question Concerning Last Week's Sweet Peas in Cold Curry Dip Recipe
One of our reader's asks the question concerning last week's Sweet Peas in Cold Curry Dip recipe "If I leave out the garlic from the Sweet Peas in Cold Curry Dip will it lose its zip?"

Yes, I am afraid that it will lose its zip but it can still be delicious. Add a little dill to the curry dip mixture and serve with cold sliced big beefsteak tomatoes. Don't use the kind that come already packaged 4 or 5 in the box. It's better to buy one or two really good ripe tomatoes. Less waste. Better taste. I think you will enjoy the dish this way as well. The cold peeled shrimp would be excellent with this.

For a more colorful dish substitute peas and carrots for the peas.


HINT: Double the dill curry dip. Put the extra in a small bowl and chill for 20 minutes or so. Spoon over the shrimp. Mmmm!

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August 2, 2003

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