Chips need dip! Especially salty, plain ruffle chips.
To balance the saltiness of my favourite chips, I wanted to create a chip dip that had a hint of sweetness. I added slow-cooked caramelized onions to sour cream (you can use light sour cream if you’re watching your waistline) and a dash of Worcestershire sauce for a hint of smokiness.
This Onion Chip Dip recipe is a very easy recipe and highly addictive (just ask my neighbours – they got full containers of dip while I was testing out this recipe). It uses very few ingredients – I bet you already have them on hand!
Onion Chip Dip Tips:
- Chopping onions can cause our eyes to leak! To prevent this, place your onions in the freezer for 20 minutes before you chop them.
- If you allow the dip to sit in the fridge over night, the flavours will mix and mingle. But, if you have the munchies and can’t wait, it will still taste delicious.
- To perk up the flavour of this dip, add a dash of freshly squeezed lemon juice.
- Watching your waistline? Serve this dip with veggie sticks.