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A Dirty Martini Dip for Your New Year’s Enjoyment

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A Dirty Martini Dip for Your New Year’s Enjoyment

If you want a fun party dip this New Year’s, then look no further. This dirty martini dip WILL look cute on the hor d’ourves table; it will satisfy your salt cravings; and, it will impress your friends.

One warning: have a drink nearby. This salty dip will make you thirsty. Seeing how it’s New Year’s you shouldn’t have a problem finding a festive beverage or two. Right?
 
 
 

Recipe for Dirty Martini Dip

*3 pieces of cooked bacon, crumbled

*1 c. green olives (with pimentos)

*2 tbsp. olive juice

*5 green onions (white tops and some green)

*1 clove garlic

*1/2 tsp. black pepper

*8 oz. light cream cheese

Directions: Fry up bacon in a skillet. Meanwhile, combine all other ingredients except for the cream cheese in a large bowl. Once bacon is crisp and cooled, crumble into small pieces and add to bowl. Place cream cheese in bowl and smoosh with a wooden spoon. Use your hand blender to blend well.

New Year's Party Dip

While researching this dip and while making it, my craving for an actual dirty martini became overpowering. Somtimes there’s no cure for such a craving until you give in…

I know it looks like I had several of these suckers, but I swear I only had one. Happy New Year’s everybody! Thanks for reading and for supporting the Saucy Dipper.

17 Responses to “A Dirty Martini Dip for Your New Year’s Enjoyment”

  1. I’m not a big fan of dirty martinis however I think I could be a big fan of this dip…sounds great to me!

  2. Hannah says:

    Oh yes, I would quite happily hide in a corner with this and eat it all myself. Awesome salty olive goodness indeed! Happy New Year!

  3. Monet says:

    Bacon…olives…cream cheese…and one beautiful woman! What a great post to ring in the New Year! Thank you for sharing with me tonight. I hope you have a wonderful Sunday.

  4. Yes I will definitely give in to dirty martini… the dip sounds wonderful.. Happy New Year!

  5. I love olives, I love martinis, so this sounds great!

  6. Joanne says:

    Given my serious love of salt, these sound wonderful!

  7. Baking Serendipity says:

    I love this dip! I’ve found so many great ones here this year 🙂 Hope 2011 brings you fantastic things 🙂

  8. Kristen says:

    As an olive lover, I can just imagine how great that dip tastes. I love the inclusion of a bit of the olive juice. YUM!!

  9. I love dirty martinis and this dip sounds amazing.
    Happy 2011 🙂

  10. Jen says:

    I wonder if this recipe would work with black olives? I guess it wouldn’t be a try dirty martini dip though. It looks delicious either way. Happy New Year!

    • saral says:

      I don’t see why not, although I’m not sure it would be as good 🙂 I suppose it all depends on how much you like the olive.

  11. Mary says:

    I don’t love alcohol all that much–but what you have here is all of the goodness of a dirty martini, without the Grey Goose. I can get on board with that. Looks phenomenal!

  12. Mmm, this looks so salty and good. My cousin’s boyfriend recently told me that he doesn’t eat salt and I was like “Dude, you know when you’re eating something and you’re like ‘Why does this taste so good?’, it’s SALT!” 😛

  13. This looks right up my alley! Do you the the recipe would work with blue cheese?

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