Recipe by ADODD
"People have been known to stand in front of the oven at parties waiting for me to take this dip out! I get asked for the recipe every time I make it. So easy and soooo yummy! The distinctive flavor of Swiss cheese is blended with sweet onions."
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chopped sweet onions
shredded Swiss cheese
I'm good friends with the the submitter of the recipe and the site gave the wrong proportions,much to her alarm. You make this with 2 cups mayo, 2 cups shredded swiss cheese and 2 cups vidalia or any sweet onion (NOT all those onions it says to use!!!)No wonder some people thought it was nasty. It's to die for when it's made correctly! I hope those people who had bad experiences will try it again.
GREASY, GREASY, GREASY! I was very embarrased last night when this came out of the oven in front of all of my guests. Everyone kept asking how much butter I put into the dip. This dip was nothing but a huge puddle of grease. The ingredients seperated and it was just a mess. Needless to say, I had TONS left because no one really wanted to eat a big pile of greasy mess.
We could not stop eating this dip! Next time I will put it into a crock pot to keep warm throughout the party.
I substituted 8oz (1 brick) of cream cheese for half the mayo and used both parmesan (FRESHLY GRATED - not powdered ) and swiss cheeses. The parmesan added a nice kick of flavor and I think that all swiss would have been too bland.
Be sure to chop the onions medium-fine or it takes a lot longer for the onions to cook.
I got a variation of this recipe from my good friend Karen and I love it! She uses:
2 c mayo,
2 c shredded swiss,
1 8 oz can choped water chestnuts,
1/4 c dry white wine,
1 minced garlic glove,
1/2 tsp hot sauce.
It is a fabulous recipe. There is always a crowd hovering over this dip at parties.
A friend of mine calls this recipe "Cuppa, Cuppa, Cuppa" as in "a cup of Vidalia onions, a cup of mayonnaise, a cup of swiss cheese." (Or in this recipe's case, two cups of each!) I made this last night for Monday Night Football and it was a crowd favorite! Use a sturdy cracker for this dip - - regular tortilla chips just snapped when you scooped. Can't wait to try the leftover reheated tonight!
I've been making this a party staple ever since snagging the recipe from a friend years ago. This is THE BEST and it's so easy. The rater who said "cuppa, cuppa, cuppa" made me laugh, because that's how I remember the recipe when I asked. Equal parts swiss, mayo, and sweet onions. I use light mayo and it's still yummy. Great w/crusty french bread.
Love this dip, use low fat Hellman's mayo instead of full fat and it won't be so greasy.
This was quick and easy to make. I ate this warm. I thought the 2 cups of mayo was going to be too much so I added more like 1.5 cups and it was great. Thanks for the quick and easy recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Hot Sweet Onion Dip
Serving Size: 1/48 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 48
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 77
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