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Absolutely loved this quick and easy dip. I made this up the day before and put it in my toaster oven to heat up. My guests devoured this dip and I had lots of commpliments on it. I don't think the extra swiss cheese is needed at the end. The cheese got stringy as it cooled and therefor harder to get that chip to the mouth without cheese strings hanging off your chin!!! This dip could be cut in half for a smaller gathering. Thanks Kitten, for another winner
This was a hit! Took it to dominos last night and sending recipe now to those who enjoyed it!!
What a hit! I used reduced fat mayo and it came out fine.
terrible! i'm so sorry to say this, but this was the worst. nobody ate it. the entire product of the recipe (which i followed to a t) is now in the garbage. for my family, it was inedible. i think the cooked mayonnaise is what we all hated. it certainly was way too greasy for one thing and the taste was just...bad. =(
My MIL absolutely adored this recipe. I served it for and app. on New years eve (along with other goodies). She ate over 1/2 of it herself!
yummy !! the best onion dip i have ever had. lots of flavor.
OK, Kit- I made this for guests tonight- I have a similar recipe posted. but yours sounded interesting, with parmesan & Worchestershire. (YUM) I have to say, yours is tastier! I LOVE improving on an ols recipe!! I doubled it, served with Ritz crackers &whole wheat Trisquits. Had to make copies of the recipe for friends! Thanks, Kit!!!