Yield: Yields about 2-1/4 cups dip.
Served with pita chips, this dip is tasty and satisfying.
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Serve with pita chips.
I THOUGHT THIS WAS OK. THE FLAVOR OF THE ONIONS COME THROUGH NICE AND MILD. HOWEVER LIKE THE OTHERS HAVE SAID THE RECIPE PRODUCES A LARGE AMOUNT OF DIP. I THINK I'M GOING TO ADD TO DRIED TOMATOES TO THIS THE NEXT TIME I MAKE IT.
Served this at Christmas and it got rave reviews. We served it with Triscuit crackers instead of pita chips. This makes a lot of dip, just remember to bring a lot of crackers too (4 boxes).
I have made this several times and it is quick to make and has a very nice flavor. I like to make it the day ahead so the flavors can blend.
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