Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Susan's Quick Kamaboko Dip

I got the word about "dip in the lounge" just in time. Good thing I didn't hesitate to go check it out . . . might've been too late!

I asked Susan for the recipe and OMG . . . so easy. I'm totally making this for Mother's Day.


2 blocks kamaboko, grated (if you can)
1/3 cup round onion, minced
garlic salt 

Tole you . . . easy, hah!


Annie said...

Ohhh so easy! I am going to make this for a party this weekend! Thanks Jalna!

jalna said...

And so easy, Annie!!

Honolulu Aunty said...

Ono ono! Even I can do this - except maybe grating the kamaboko might take some time. Might even make one good sandwich!

Leslie's pics said...

this thing got wacked so fast! Glad I got to taste a bite too!

jalna said...

Aunty, the thought of grating my knuckles gives me the chills. Maybe should leave it on the board to grate yah.

Glad you got to taste too, Les!

Anonymous said...

That's how I make my kamoboko sandwiches, minus the onions. But sounds good with the onions. I going try. My friend adds grated cheese and spreads it on French bread rolls (cut in half) and broils it in a toaster ono!


Susan said...

I love kamaboko! I can eat a whole block!!

Chet Colson said... simple. Make sure the mayo is Best Foods.

Dd said...

ooo kamaboko on sale @ Don Qs !!! ;-}

K and S said...

yup super easy & ono!

Anonymous said...

J: never make it with sour cream like I once did. OMG was too sweet and rich. Got the recipe off the 'net. Yours sound moe bettah and tastier. -N

jalna said...

Izsmom . . . OMG . . . with cheese on rolls and broiled sounds sooooo goooood!!

Funny, Susan!

For sure, Chet!

Oooh, thanks Dd!

Kat, couldn't believe are easy the recipe is.

N, was checking out other versions and saw that. Thanks for the tip!