This Chive Goat Cheese Dip with sour cream, lemon, and chive blossoms is a lovely summer appetizer that you can easily enjoy as an entire light meal. Easy and so tasty!Jump to Recipe
Hello everyone – happy Friday! I know it’s only Thursday. But considering it’s a holiday tomorrow here in Canada, that’s legit. By the way, to all my Canadian readers: happy Canada Day! And for my American friends, I hope you all have a wonderful the 4th of July celebration.
I also must apologize I have not shared any new cocktail recipe for the last two weeks. I know you miss them! And it would have been nice to have a new cocktail for this extended weekend. But I promise I will back but with soon.
In a meantime, I cannot stop sharing recipes with chives and chive blossoms. Previously I posted this Chive Blossom Butter, Chive Sour Cream Dip, and Egg Chive Salad. And here we go – another chive recipe, another dip.
Chive Goat Cheese Dip
Indeed, I think this dip will be so perfect for a long weekend celebrations and gatherings. The recipe only requires a few simple ingredients and 10 minutes of your time. You will need:
– Goat cheese,
– Fat sour cream,
– lemon, both zest and juice,
– Fresh chives,
– Chive blossoms (optional),
– salt and pepper.
So I hope you like like this Chive Goat Cheese Dip, and you will it a try soon. If you try it, let me know in this post or send me an Instagram message or share you photos adding the hashtag #havocinthekitchen.
Chive Goat Cheese DipCourse: Appetizers
This Chive Goat Cheese Dip with sour cream, lemon, and chive blossoms is a lovely summer appetizer that you can easily enjoy as an entire light meal. Easy and so tasty!
1 cup goat cheese (about 150-170 gr.)
1/3 cup far sour cream (preferable 18%)
1 tbsp. grated lemon zest
1/2 – 1 tbsp. lemon juice
1-2 tbsp. chopped chives
few chive blossoms (optional) – flower petals separated from the stem
black pepper and salt (optional, to taste)
- Using an immersion or regular blender, combine the goat cheese, sour cream, lemon zest and juice, until smooth and well-combined.
- Try and add the salt and pepper – if desired and and to your taste. Stir in the chopped chives and chive blossoms (if using). Stir to combine. Keep the deep refrigerated for up to 3 days. Serve sprinkled with some extra lemon zest and chives and with grilled vegetables, meats or simply with bread or crackers. Enjoy!
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