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Thread: Vidalia Onion Dip

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    Super Member Pat P's Avatar
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    3 cups finely chopped vidalia onions
    3 cups shredded swiss cheese (Chop as fine as onions)
    2 1/2 cups mayo (no substitute) use more if needed to make a creamy dip
    pinch garlic salt

    Mix the above. refirgerate to blend. Serve with corn chips scoops or taco chips. On a trip to Vidalia GA we came across this dip in a funky cafe. Everyone went crazy over it. Vidala onions are a must, as they are sweet with hardly any aftertaste. Took a huge bowl to a party came home with less than a cup left!

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    sounds good...may try this weekend

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    Yummy sounding!! Thanks!

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    yummy, thanks for the recipe

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    Sounds like something I should use my V onions for. I bought a bag then went to my DD and her work(restaurant) gave her a big bag (she doesnt use onions) and gave it to me. I chopped some & put into baggies to freeze but have a few more left!
    Thanks for the recipe, sounds good!

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    I'm trying it. Thanks!

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    Sounds delicious! Thank you.

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    I have never had this recipe cold ----- I bake mine for 30 minutes at 350 degrees ----- stand back -- everyone loves it!

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    thank you, it sounds good

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    if you want sweet onions, just cut them and soke them in milk [dry made is ok] they rince when readt to eat.

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