Recipe by Jenn
"Creamy, cheesy, yummmmy dip. Use a potato peeler to get the onion very thin. Serve with your favorite cracker."
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shredded Swiss cheese
grated Parmesan cheese
thinly sliced Vidalia sweet onion
hot sauce, or to taste
I have made this dip many times and it is always a winner. I chop the onions instead of slicing and they cook just fine. No crunchies. Also, if you use reduced fat mayo, it cuts down on the grease nicely.
Delish! I used asiago cheese instead of parmesan, and I caramelized the onions first. Also you really have to drain the oil off otherwise it will be too greasy.
I must say that it was lot better than I thought it would be. My friends loved i. made few changes. I diced onions, I used pepper jack cheese and used half mayo half sour cream. and some grated garlic. it turned out to be the bomb, on girl friend want me to make on saturday just to have keeper. don't get me wrong it was very good the way it was. I being a chef always have to personalize everything. sorry.
Wow and Wow!! Here are changes I made with other raters suggestions: 1/2 cup mayo, 1/2 cup sour cream....substituted parmesan for asiago...2 "pressed" garlic cloves....ground pepper to taste and 2 pinches of herbs de providence. Awesomeness! Not greasy - great with toasted pita chips! New go to dip.
This Dip is excellent!! The only change I made is, I sauteed the onions before making it, I did not want to have the crunch of the onion. I put it out at a work function, was gone in less than an hour!
I have to admit, I could not use Vidalia for this recipe as winter is the completely wrong time to be able to find them. However, I did use yellow onions that I sauteed just a bit first to bring out their sweetness and then proceeded with the recipe as stated. Love this stuff - wayyyy too addicting and I could have eaten the whole thing myself. Next time I may follow another reviewer's suggestion and use lower fat mayo to cut down on the oiliness a bit, but it may have been due to a tad bit of overbaking as well. Still, wonderful, wonderful stuff. Thanks Jenn!
goodl I did use 1/2 mayo and 1/2 sour creme. I diced the onions. Some one asked me at the party if this was a hashbrown casserole!! did kind of taste like it
Your recipe inspired me to make a bite sized treat. I added chopped vidalia onion to thawed frozen creamed spinach, added it to phyllo cups and stacked with swiss, asiago,and parmesan. Baked for 5 mins. Delish!!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Vidalia Sweet Onion Dip
Serving Size: 1/44 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 44
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 50
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