My Kind of Green!

My Kind of Green!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!!

Hope you all are having a festive weekend!

It has been a whirlwind of a weekend for us! We went to see our good friends on Friday night for the housewarming I told you about. And on Saturday, Dan and I worked all day at a local bull sale with some family friends. We are a little exhausted today to say the least! However, I wanted to stop, unwind, and recap some fun with you today!

First off…

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French onion dip served with potato chips and a coke reminds me so much of summers at my grandma’s house. It is one of my all-time favorite childhood snacks!

I have been craving this so much lately and thought I should try to make something similar for the housewarming on Friday! Against my mother’s great advice of serving only your best dishes and “proven recipes” to others… I set out in a completely different, experimental direction. I am definitely the first-born child… can’t ya tell!?!

Luckily, it turned out great! Everyone loved the it!

This “grown-up” version of french onion dip was enjoyed with classic potato chips, sweet potato ridges… and maybe a few cold ones!

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Caramelized Sweet Onion Dip
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Serves: 15-20
 

Ingredients
  • 1 c. greek plain yogurt (or sour cream)
  • ¼ c. mayo (or a light version)
  • 2 med. sweet yellow onions, chopped coarsely
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • ½ tsp. dill
  • 2 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
  • pinch of salt
  • dash of lemon pepper seasoning (optional)
  • olive oil (about 1-2 tsp.)

Instructions
  1. On med/low heat, saute the onions in olive oil about 10 min.
  2. Add garlic on top of onion and continue to cook, stirring occasionally, for another 25-30 minutes or until onion mixture is caramelized (golden brown). Then allow to cool.
  3. Measure into a bowl the greek yogurt, mayo, dill, Worcestershire, salt and lemon pepper.
  4. In a food processor or blender, puree the onion mixture until to desired consistency for dip. I left mine slightly coarse.
  5. Add onions to the yogurt mixture and stir until blended.
  6. Chill overnight.
Serve with chips or veggies!

Dig in, ya’ll!

Now, for a SUNDAY SNAPSHOT recap!

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Checkin' some cows

Checkin’ some cows

Sniffin' out some coyotes!

Sniffin’ out some coyotes!

My favorite part of coyote hunting! haha!

That is my kind of GREEN!!!

And that is my kind of GREEN!!!

What is your kind of green!?! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Don’t get pinched today!
-RH

Comments

  1. French Onion dip was my favorite growing up, and it has been FAR too long since I have had it!! I think I may have to try to come up with a vegan version! I love how you dipped sweet potato chips into it, too. That sounds tasty :).

  2. French Onion dip was one of my favorites as a kid as well. I’d pretty much given it up. And when I saw this recipe, I knew I would make it to take to my women’s study group tonight. It was a hit, and they all want the recipe. 🙂 So I’m going to copy it for them and say it was from your web site. Thanks for a keeper!

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