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Old 11-12-2011, 02:34 PM   #1
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The real Onion Dip TNT

My Grandson came over and we made this recipe he got. It is wonderful he gave it a Thumbs up.We put 2 lbs. of sliced onions in a skillet and covered them and cooked over low heat about 20 min. Stirring occasionally til wilted.Uncover and continue cooking about 45 min more until soft sweet and reduced to just a fraction of the original volume. Cool and ad in 3/4 cup sour cream 4 oz of softened cream cheese 1 tea. Worcestershire, several shakes of Tabasco , salt and pepper
get out the potato chips put our feet up and enjoy
We are planning this for Thanksgiving.
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My Grandson came over and we made this recipe he got. It is wonderful he gave it a Thumbs up.We put 2 lbs. of sliced onions in a skillet and covered them and cooked over low heat about 20 min. Stirring occasionally til wilted.Uncover and continue cooking about 45 min more until soft sweet and reduced to just a fraction of the original volume. Cool and ad in 3/4 cup sour cream 4 oz of softened cream cheese 1 tea. Worcestershire, several shakes of Tabasco , salt and pepper
get out the potato chips put our feet up and enjoy
We are planning this for Thanksgiving.
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Mmmmm. That sounds wonderful, Kades! C&P!
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I saw Alton brown take a similar approach to onion dip and always wanted to try it. Sounds great! Every time I eat onion dip made from sour cream and onion soup mix, I always wish that it was better, and I bet this recipe is.
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Old 11-12-2011, 04:37 PM   #4
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I saw Alton brown take a similar approach to onion dip and always wanted to try it. Sounds great! Every time I eat onion dip made from sour cream and onion soup mix, I always wish that it was better, and I bet this recipe is.
I had some with my grandson and I loved it. it wan't salty like the kind from a package it really was great.
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Mmmmm. That sounds wonderful, Kades! C&P!
Hope get a chance to try it. it's good.
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Do you use any oil when you cook the onions?
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Hope get a chance to try it. it's good.
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I'm going to bring this to BIL's for turkey day!
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Do you use any oil when you cook the onions?
NO I put them in a nonstick skillet, low heat for 20 cover then stir now and then. no- no oil.
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I'm going to bring this to BIL's for turkey day!
I'd bring two large bags of chips
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How did you cut the onions? Fine Dice, then smoosh them all up when cooked?

or is the dip sort Chunky?

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