Martha Mondays: Caramelized Onion Dip

Thanks to Megan at Megan’s Cookin’ for today’s pick – and Happy Memorial Day to all. I love caramelized onions and I also love dip. A match made in heaven for sure. This dip from June Living was not hard to make. You dice and then cook 3 lbs of onions. It takes about half an hour to 45 min to cook. until caramelized.  When they’re done, add 3 tbsp water and scrape up the brown bits. Cool it then add to 1 1/2 cups Greek plain yogurt (I cheated and used regular nonfat plain yogurt), 1/2 cup sour cream, and 2 tbsp lemon juice. A breeze. This was really, really good. You’re supposed to serve it with cut up veggies and it is yummy that way, but this would also be good with some pita triangles, crackers, or whatever you like to pair with your dip. You could even slice some potatoes and bake them until crispy and use those. Thumbs up on this one Martha!

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3 Responses to Martha Mondays: Caramelized Onion Dip

  1. megan says:

    I’m glad you liked it, I loved it. The hubby had a different opinion but I’m going to try it out on some other friends. I think this would also be good as a spread on a sandwich! I’m working on my post now!

  2. marthaandme says:

    It had a great flavor. Everyone in my family liked it – but none of them wanted to eat it with veggies! They all thought it should be eaten with chips – which defeats the idea of it as a healthy snack!

  3. I loved this too. It was perfect – easy and tasty. I will certainly be making it again. My results are up: http://www.perfectingpru.wordpress.com.

    I hope you had a wonderful Memorial Day.

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