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Thread: Home-made Cream Cheese Dip

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    Home-made Cream Cheese Dip

    Just made this, thought I post the recipie for you guys to try it out!

    Ingredients:
    1 Half red onion, chopped
    1 TBLSPN butter or margarine
    1 TBLSPN cream cheese

    Sautee chopped red onion with 1 Tablespoon of butter or margarine, in a skillet until slightly browned. In a foodprocessor add sauteed onions and cream cheese, process for one minute, or until onion is combined with cream cheese, thick.

    Tell me what you think!

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    I am thinking 1 TBSP of cream cheese is not nearly enough to make a dip.. Is this an error? especially to mix with 1/2 of a red onion... Help???

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4L View Post
    I am thinking 1 TBSP of cream cheese is not nearly enough to make a dip.. Is this an error? especially to mix with 1/2 of a red onion... Help???
    I'm thinking same thing, maybe she means 1 block of cream cheese? I dunno!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4L View Post
    I am thinking 1 TBSP of cream cheese is not nearly enough to make a dip.. Is this an error? especially to mix with 1/2 of a red onion... Help???
    not its correct, you put it in the food processor and it comes out thick!

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    1 tablespoon of cream cheese? Something is missing here! Dear, dear Awesumpunk...read your list of ingred. again. Surely there's sour cream or something else??

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    Oh well, I don't have a food processor anyway! Will just go buy me some dip!
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    Did anyone try to make this to see what's missing?
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    Maybe she is making ONE serving rather than a recipe for a party?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mermaid View Post
    1 tablespoon of cream cheese? Something is missing here! Dear, dear Awesumpunk...read your list of ingred. again. Surely there's sour cream or something else??
    no it's correct... I know it sounds funny, just try it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Margie View Post
    Maybe she is making ONE serving rather than a recipe for a party?
    YES!!!! one serving!!!!

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