primal french onion dip?
I've been 99% primal for about 3 months now and have never felt better. But I do miss eating French Onion dip. I don't really have a hankering for potato chips, but I do miss the dip. I would love to have some with some pork rinds. But it does seem like brand name French Onion dips have corn and soy ingredients. Here's the ingredients for [URL="http://www.heluvagood.com/products/proddetail.aspx?id=366"]Heluva Good[/URL]:
[I]CULTURED PASTEURIZED MILK, CREAM AND NONFAT MILK, SALT, DEHYDRATED ONION, MODIFIED CORN STARCH, SUGAR, MONOSODIUM GLUTAMATE, PARSLEY, SPICES, SOYBEAN OIL, GELATIN, POTASSIUM SORBATE (TO PRESERVE FRESHNESS) AND ENZYME.[/I]
How harmful would this be? Would homemade french onion dip (french onion mix with sour cream) be any better?
Here you go...
[url=http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/onion-dip-from-scratch-recipe/index.html]Onion Dip from Scratch Recipe : Alton Brown : Recipes : Food Network[/url]
Make yourself some homemade mayo to go in it, and you are all set.
I like it with part sour cream and part 10% fat greek yoghurt for more tang. But that's a personal preference.
And, yeah... I've been using that recipe WAY longer than I've been Primal.
It's f*king delicious.
That looks like a great recipe. I think I will try subbing greek yogurt for the mayonnaise.
[QUOTE=dirk41;914962]That looks like a great recipe. I think I will try subbing greek yogurt for the mayonnaise.[/QUOTE]
Go for it... I pretty much always have homemade 'primal' mayo around, so I use it.
A bunch of crumbled bacon on top doesn't hurt this recipe either. ;)