This dip is rich and filling and popular at parties. I like to put chopped jalapenos in it too. We have made a double batch in one larger dish with half having jalapenos and half without.
A coworker made this a while back and I have dreamt of it ever since. So, I was thrilled to find this. It was a hit. I did change a couple of things. I used Asiago instead of Parmesan and some cornstarch to stabilize it. I usually make a triple batch and used 1 TBSP of cornstarch. It worked like a charm. I also had to scoop the oil off the top (about a 1/2 cup!) I did not use curry either, but I did use smoked Spanish paprika and 10 dashes of Tabasco . Soo good!
I made this as written but stirred the Parmesan cheese into the dip instead of sprinkling it on top. I did add the curry powder and sprinkled with paprika. When I read the recipe it seemed to me there was a lot of onion compared to the creamy ingredients and I was right. I love onion dip but this is almost like a dish of baked onions in a cheese sauce. If I made it again I would double the mayo and sour cream and maybe chop the onions in the food processor. I also added Cajun seasoning after I tasted it to give it some zing. Thanks for sharing.
This is such a pretty dish with the melted cheese and white onions! I had to bake mine much longer than the 25-30 minutes in the directions. I baked it for 45 minutes so the onions were softer. Perfect served with toasted sour dough bread rounds. I served this at a Christmas office party I catered. Thank you for sharing the recipe, Julesong!
This is one of those dips that you want to just eat with a spoon. It's so cheesey and oniony. Perfect for chips, veggies and any other dippers you can imagine. I used the smoked paprika to sprinkle on top. Itotally forgot about the green onions but nobody cared. Thanx! I'll make this again and double it.
I have made this several times in the past 2 weeks and have found everyone to really enjoy. I have been asked by several for the recipe which is always a good sign. It is best served with crackers and definatly a sweeter onion.
I made this recipe for my Super Bowl party and everyone loved it and wanted the recipe. You do have to double the recipe. I had some left over and it still tastes great four days later, the onions just become sweeter and more flavorful.
This dip was very flavorful and very easy to make. I doubled the batch so we have some left over and I think I'll add macaroni noodles to it tomorrow for some ZA ZA ZOOM mac'n cheese. Thanks!
This is wonderful!! Made a double batch for a meeting last week & I went home with an empty dish. I left out the Tabasco & curry (personal preference) & added some garlic. OH, MY!!
This dip received rave reviews at my daughter's birthday party. Next time I will make a double batch.