Here is another great dip to serve or take to a Super Bowl Party. French Onion Dip is a take on the classic onion dip you get at the grocery store that comes in the tub. But like my husband said, “this tastes fresher and less salty”. It so good and everyone will love it. The only downside about this recipe is it really needs to sit for a few hours in the fridge before you serve it so the flavors meld. But, if you don’t have time it is still delicious.
Now, if you have ever caramelized onions you know how intoxicating the smell is. It makes the whole house smell amazing and I can promise you that anyone that is in the house is going to come running to the kitchen asking what you are making. Tell them to wait because I promise this dip is worth the wait!
A couple notes on caramelizing onions-
1-Slice your onions about 1/8″-1/4″ thick. Too thin and they will burn
2-Keep your heat at medium low. You are not sautéing the onions you are caramelizing and this takes time, about 30-40 minutes to get a deep rich color.
Enjoy and send me your questions and thoughts. I love hearing from you guys!
French Onion Dip
French Onion Soup transformed into a crowd pleasing dip!
- 3 onions, sliced thin (about 1/8")
- 2 Tablespoons butter
- 2 teaspoons Kosher salt
- 1 teaspoon sugar
- 1/4 cup beef broth
- 1 cup sour cream
- 8 oz cream cheese, softened
- 1/2 teaspoon soy sauce
- 2 Tablespoons parsley, chopped
Melt butter in a large skillet over medium heat.
Add onions, salt and sugar. Cook stirring occasionally for about 15 minutes. The onions should begin to have color.
Add beef broth and stir.
Lower heat to medium-low. Cook, stirring often, for an additional 20-25 minutes or until the onions turn a deep, rich brown.
Turn off heat and allow to onions to cool slightly.
In a medium bowl, combine sour cream, cream cheese, soy sauce, parsley and onions.
Allow to sit in fridge for about 30 minutes for flavors to meld. But, you can serve immediately if you are in a hurry.
*If you don't want to open an entire can/box of beef broth just use water instead.
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