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Anybody have a recipe for homemade chip dip?
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sHan    Posted 01-21-2003 at 18:58:43       [Reply]  [No Email]
im tired of all that weak stuf they sell in the stores thanks

ps im not a chef so make it simple lol


Hal/WA    Posted 01-22-2003 at 23:19:46       [Reply]  [No Email]
I make my own clam dip and think it is pretty good. I use a large package of cream cheese, a can of chopped clams, worstershire sauce, black pepper, lemon juice, and tobasco sauce. The cream cheese works best if you let it warm up to room temperature. I add most of the juice from the clams to the cream cheese and mix it thoroughly with a fork, so it is soft like dip is supposed to be. Then add the clams and a little of each of the other items and mix it thoroughly. I taste the dip several times and season it to taste. It should be refrigerated then, but will keep for a couple of days.

I have also added other things, like various seeds used for seasoning--dill, caraway, etc., but the basic clam dip is the way it is best received by my family.



Whispering Pines    Posted 01-22-2003 at 14:38:02       [Reply]  [No Email]
Simple and good.
Sour cream and dill pickle relish. Thats it.

A little more complicated.
Grated chedder cheese, chopped onion, chopped pimentto (roasted red peppers), garlic, salt and pepper and enough mayo to blend. Good on celery, toast, crackers, you name it.


Jim Adams    Posted 01-22-2003 at 14:55:03       [Reply]  [Send Email]
My L'il Bride takes a pkg of Lipton's Onion Soup Mix and a pint of sour cream and makes a dip that
the oldest grandson thinks is great. Have to have it every time he visits. Wonder how much of that he has gone thru in the last 30 years.?
Jim


WallSal55 -    Posted 01-22-2003 at 10:22:31       [Reply]  [No Email]
You can actually take a small dish of cottage
cheese. Add garlic and/or onion powder, chives,
or other favorite seasoning. (Mix well) This actually can make a whole meal!
Doesn't sound too good, but it is!


cowgirlj    Posted 01-22-2003 at 08:57:46       [Reply]  [Send Email]
take even amounts of sour cream, cream chz, and mayo (or salad dressing), blend together, add whatever flavoring you like:
chopped grn onins, Mrs. Dash Lemon and Garlic, etc, etc. Let the flavors "marry" in the fridge for an hour or so, then pig out!
j


Joe Cook    Posted 01-22-2003 at 07:10:39       [Reply]  [Send Email]

Get yourself a package of Knorr Vegetable Soup Mix (Dry), and on the box you will find the best recipe for spinach dip. If I remember right it is Sour Cream, Soup Mix, Frozen Chopped Spinach, and some chopped green onions. Excellent with tortilla chips, Wheat Thins, or Triskets. Good stuff!


JoeK    Posted 01-21-2003 at 20:31:05       [Reply]  [No Email]
For a sour cream dip,hard to beat Lipton Onion soup mix & sour cream(recipe on Lipton packet)

For salsa type,I combined couple cans of refried beans/sausage,jar(12oz)of Salsa,chopped onion,and grated cheddar(8oz).Nuke until cheese melts,serve hot w/chips & yer favorite cooling beverage.Almost a meal in itself.


Bob    Posted 01-22-2003 at 02:39:09       [Reply]  [No Email]
You can also use two packages of cream cheese and one package of onion soup mix with a little milk to thin out the cheese.


sHan    Posted 01-21-2003 at 20:33:46       [Reply]  [No Email]
thanks joe that sounds good bolth of them:)


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