There are a lot of recipes on the backs of ingredients that are themselves tasty and can also be doctored up for a taster recipe. For example, onion soup mix has a recipe for onion dip on the back of the box that consists of onion soup and sour cream. My family used to make this dip a lot when I was a kid and I really liked it.
I love onions, especially red and green onions. If you’ve ever bought green onions you usually end up with a lot more than you can probably use before they go bad. That being the case, I decided to enhance the back of the box onion soup dip recipe with some left over green onions. Now the onion dip is more onioney! I added some buttermilk and mayonnaise to make it creamier, seasoned with salt and pepper and ended up with my very own dip. I call it Michael’s Onioney, Onion Dip. With Onions!
- 1 package of onion soup mix
- 2 cups sour cream
- ½ cup of green onion
- ⅓ cup mayonaise
- ⅓ cup buttermilk
- Salt and Pepper to taste
- Mix together all ingredients and chill for 2-3 hours prior to serving.
Add other vegetables to the dip, like carrot strings and you’ll get [Your Name]’s Michael’s [Your Vegetable]ey Onioney, Onion Dip. With Onions and [Your Vegetable]!
Thawed sour cream kind of separates and turns into a gross and grainy mess so don’t freeze it when it’s the star of the recipe. You can absolutely freeze it when it’s just an ingredient in something like a casserole.
According to Alton Brown in the Good Eats episode Dip Madness, “In order to qualify as a dip, the candidate substance must be able to maintain constant contact with its transport medium over three feet of white carpet.”