Recipe by iheartnitz
"This quick recipe uses only 3 ingredients to make a flavorful dip that's perfect for nachos or potato chips."
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1 (1.8 ounce) packet
dry vegetable soup mix
This was really quick to make and tasted GREAT! I couldn't rate it 5 stars because I had to substitute 1 of the 3 ingredients! I didn't have the knorr's dried veggie packet. I only had dried french onion dip and dried ranch dressing mix so I decided to try it with the french onion. My daughter doesn't like her salsa "chunky" so I put it in the food processor to make it smooth. We liked it made with cold salsa and not room temperature. Tasted like a dip a store named Lawson's carries! Next time I will try it with the dried ranch dressing mix or actually what the recipe calls for to give an fair review.
Don't use the vegetable soup mix! It's better with just the salsa and sour cream, then mix in some grated cheese and use as a dip for your favorite taco chips! Yummy! :)
i was searching for a recipe with just a few ingredients that i had on hand. i didn't have the vegetable soup mix, but i had the salsa and sour cream. i mixed in shredded cheddar and mozzarella and it was delicious and quick!
OK, I just made this and rated it a four because its so easy and really does have a good flavor! The only problem was that it was a little too salty for me. next time I will add only half of the soup mix to start with or skim mostly the vegetables off of the top of the soup packet. Would also be good with celery or carrot sticks. Ok, time-warp to alot later. It has been a while since I wrote this review. I would just like to suggest to anyone looking for SOMETHING to mix with that sour cream that taco seasoning is the bomb. My son and I discovered that some sour cream mixed with a some of a taco seasoning packet (to taste) is our new must have for bean and cheese tostadas or nachos. I love it with tortilla chips. Or on a spoon...
I used the idea of this recipe. Instead of using the soup mix add some seracha chile sauce. It is very good that way...especially if you like it spicy.
I agree with the other reviewer. This was easy (and what I had in the fridge for a last minute dip), but it was rather salty. To salvage and balance out the flavors, I added mayo and some dill. As described in the recipe, it would've been too much on its own.
the mixture does nothing to compliment each other. We ate one bite and had to throw it out.
I read the other reviews, so decided to leave out the soup mix. Just sour cream and salsa (more salsa than it calls for)...turned out great!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Chip Dip
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 23
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