Leah Robertson Recipe

Hamlin's White Dip

By Leah Robertson keepinitreal


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Unless you are from Eastern Oklahoma area, you probably haven't ever tasted a dip like this before. Hamlin's, a Mexican restaurant in Muskogee, OK makes and serves this dip along side chips and salsa and sells it by the quart jars! I don't know if this is the original recipe but it sure comes close! I got this recipe in the early 90's.

Ingredients

1 jar(s)
real kraft mayo
1 Tbsp
vinegar
1
small block of blue cheese or tub of blue cheese crumbles
1
large dill pickle
5
green olives
1/2
medium white onion
milk for thinning

Directions Step-By-Step

1
In the blender, add pickle, olives, and onion. Blend to a dip consistancy. Add the blue cheese, vinegar and mayonnaise and blend.
2
Add milk to thin. Keep refrigerated.
3
I use about a 6oz block of cheese. This recipe is a little vague. Hamlin owners probably wanted to keep it that way! However, it is worth trying! Yum! Adjust the cheese as you like, but the blue cheese is strong after it sits overnight, so don't over do it! ha

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cheese Appetizers, Dips, Chips
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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9 Comments

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Leah Robertson keepinitreal
Mar 26, 2014
Thanks Lawrence! Good to know!
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Lawrence Watts Lawrence_Watts
Mar 24, 2014
I worked at Hamlin's for a few years as a teenager. And to the woman who says they use blue cheese dressing, sorry but no. We in fact used big dry wheels of blue cheese broke it down into blue cheese crumbles. And extra heavy mayonnaise , which is hard to find on regular old grocery store shelves.
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Goldie Stapp gypsygoldokie
Mar 24, 2014
Meant black olives on my previous comment.
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Goldie Stapp gypsygoldokie
Mar 24, 2014
This is not the original recipe for Hamlin's White Dip. I have their recipe. It uses bleu cheese dressing not bleu cheese and buttermilk. Also has green olives and pimentos in it.
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Leah Robertson keepinitreal
Oct 14, 2013
Oh! Yay! I'm glad I could help. You may have to adjust the blue cheese amount to your liking. It gets stronger as it sets! Warning! ha!