Caramelized Vidalia Onion and Boursin Cheese Dip

I created this dip for my daughter who loves both onion dip and boursin cheese. I use light ingredients but there is nothing very light about it. I figure cut the fat where you can. Also if Boursin cheese is not available or you would prefer a more economical choice, use the herb and garlic cream cheese for equally good results.

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55mins
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  • Saute onion, salt and pepper in the butter on medium low heat until caramelized to a light brown. Do not scorch the onions. Stir often for about 30-40 minutes. Let cool.
  • Meanwhile, mix the remaining ingredients in a medium bowl. Boursin cheese can be crumbly so often I will mix these ingredients in a small food processor then add to bowl.
  • When onions are room temperature stir them into sour cream mixture and refrigerate for at least 4 hours for flavors to meld.
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"I created this dip for my daughter who loves both onion dip and boursin cheese. I use light ingredients but there is nothing very light about it. I figure cut the fat where you can. Also if Boursin cheese is not available or you would prefer a more economical choice, use the herb and garlic cream cheese for equally good results."
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  1. MacChef
    I created this dip for my daughter who loves both onion dip and boursin cheese. I use light ingredients but there is nothing very light about it. I figure cut the fat where you can. Also if Boursin cheese is not available or you would prefer a more economical choice, use the herb and garlic cream cheese for equally good results.
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