This is a fantastic homemade replacement for 1 packet of the store-bought French Onion Soup Dip Mix. You save a lot of money and can always have it available at home for a quick dip or for recipes that call for a packet of it. You could also have it ready in bulk in a spice jar or other solid container, as it takes about 3 tablespoons of it to equate to 1 packet of 1 recipe.
Make Chip Dip With Onion Soup Mix
Add a couple of cups of sour cream (16 oz.) to this homemade mix and you’ll have your Chip Dip. And, if you make extra of this mix and store in a spice jar or snack baggie, you’ll always be ready for having a chip dip when that snack urge strikes. It saves a lot of money when you make your own onion soup mix dip sour cream recipe.
This particular spinach dip easy recipe is designed to be served immediately, hot or cold. It’s rich in flavors and they meld together in more after a night in the fridge. It’s great for game day, cookouts, or even as a special midnight snack. While a basic spinach dip recipe might consist of just thawed out frozen spinach, mayo, and some chives, this one is heaped in flavors that you can’t beat. If you don’t see the frozen chopped spinach in the grocer around game day, you could alternatively just chop up fresh spinach leaves – no problem.
Storage of Spinach Dip Easy Recipe
Fortunately, this onion soup mix spinach dip easy recipe can be stored for up to 3 days in the fridge. It’s recommended to reheat no more than once. Serving cold is always a positive, reliable option.
This recipe for Dill Tartar Sauce is extremely easy and fast to make. If you make it right before preparing to cook your salmon or other fish, it can be easily refrigerated and cooled for serving. You’ll save money and it will taste much better and fresher than the store-bought jar.
It is a perfect addition to go with our southern, country fried fish recipe under Main Courses. Also, here’s a list of some Salmon recipes that will work great with it.
Here’s a perfect fried chicken tenders recipe for this speedy honey mustard homemade recipe dip. This uses absolute minimal ingredients and is the best homemade honey mustard dipping sauce. If you want a bit more variety, you can add in 1/2 tsp of prepared horseradish (or 1 tsp horseradish sauce) and a pinch of cayenne red pepper. Now you know how to make honey mustard mayonnaise dipping sauce.
FAQ on this speedy honey mustard homemade recipe
Is there real honey in honey mustard?
If you make it with this recipe, Yes. If you use those common fast food packets, probably it will have what they call “honey water” and high fructose corn syrup. So, it’s sometimes considered an artificial honey. This is another reason, you may want to continue to just whip up your own so you control the ingredients.
What can you use this honey mustard homemade dipping sauce for?
It’s best known for using with fried chicken nuggets, chicken strips, and chicken fries. It’s also good for dipping appetizers like apple sections and cheese cubes. Some have also spread it onto salmon filets or chicken before baking or just when finalizing grilling them. Others have used it for mixing in vegetables before roasting.
Visit All Recipes and click on the categories for more ideas for other dips or condiments. To learn more about honey, visit Wikipedia’s article by clicking here.
In a medium mixing bowl, combine softened cream cheese, mayonnaise and sour cream. Stir until mixture is creamy. Stir in the remaining ingredients, mixing until well combined.
Transfer mixture into a small baking dish and bake 25 – 30 minutes until brown and bubbly.
Serve hot (or later cold) with crackers, veggies, baguettes.
Instructions for Recipe for Crab Dip COLD
For this recipe, the crab meat MUST be already cooked, such as in imitation crab meat.
In a medium mixing bowl, combine softened cream cheese, mayonnaise and sour cream. Stir until mixture is creamy. Stir in the remaining ingredients (ensuring only imitation crab meat or crab meat that is cooked). Mix until well combined.
You can make this crab dip easy in about 5 minutes. The ingredients are simple and this is an excellent tasting crab dip recipe with cream cheese. For the recipe for crab dip cold, you just ensure you’ve used imitation crab meat (already cooked) and you’re ready to serve it in about 5 minutes. As a secondary choice, for recipe for crab dip hot, you just bake it for about 25 minutes. So, it’s ready in 30 minutes hot.
Ingredients for Crab Dip
Here are the crab dip ingredients from this crab dip recipe hot or cold. It uses cream cheese, mayo, sour cream, seasoned salt, chives, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, hot sauce, and crab meat (real, imitation, or 1/2 of each).
Recipe for Crab Dip Hot
This crab dip recipe procedure is extremely diverse. If using real crab meat, it needs to be initially baked. However, it can also use all imitation crab meat, or as a hybrid (1/2 of each). Also, it can be served hot when baked.
Recipe for Crab Dip Cold
If you want it cold, you have 2 ways to make this recipe for crab dip cold. This particular crab dip recipe is excellent for after it’s been cooked and refrigerated or you can have it with all imitation crab meat and serve it cold right away.
1st Recipe for Crab Dip Cold
Follow the listed recipe ensuring the crab meat has been pre-cooked. In other words, you can have this recipe for crab dip cold if you only use the imitation crab meat that is already cooked. Or, it can be served cold if you’ve ensured the real crab meat you’re using has already been cooked.
2nd Recipe for Crab Dip Cold
Follow the above recipe. Then, you’ll need to let it cool down and refrigerate it for about 3 hours or longer. It can be served cold.
Drinks with Recipe for Crab Dip
Surprisingly, the Cranberry Mimosa drink goes well with this dip. Here are some related recipes.