Valerie's Review REVIEW: October 6, 2013 I followed the other suggestion and chopped the onions in my food processor. This dip is delicious! It's very rich but you won't be able to stop eating it.
leftyg October 7, 2013 REVIEW:
Based on the flavor, it was hard to believe that this dip was only three ingredients. It was hearty and a meal in itself. I think I used the wrong type of crackers, as it got too salty after a while.
Guest Foodie July 16, 2013 REVIEW:
I put the onions in a food processor and really grind them fine. I find more people love the dip that way because they don't really think about the onions, they just love the flavor!
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kcman60 January 16, 2012 REVIEW:
I have made this dip MANY times and it's always a hit. I only use hellmanns mayo and I add 1-3 TBLS of hotsauce (depending on how spicy you want it) (Normally I only use 1 TBLS.)
fillus January 15, 2012 REVIEW:
Absolutely the easiest recipe that I have for appetizers. Can't rate it high enough....it's a "10". People hesitant to try "onion"..but can't eat enough once it is tried. I make a double recipe each time.
CC December 31, 2010 REVIEW:
Super Good and easy. Great served with Fritos!
Guest Foodie May 29, 2010 COMMENT: Vidalia Onions are fantastic! This recipe is so easy and all your guests will love it. I serve it in a pewter Onion container and it's the hit of the party.
Guest Foodie June 12, 2006 REVIEW:
So easy & so delicious. grated swiss cheese comes packaged. serve with bagette rounds ummm. make 2 as it doesn't last long.
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