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Nan's Zippy California Dill Dip

Nan's Zippy California Dill Dip created by SB61287

This recipe evolved from what has been one of my favorites since my girlhood days. If there are any leftovers a big dollop is also very tasty on a baked potato or an omelette or in a bowl of tomato soup. Prep time noted doesn't include chilling time.

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ingredients

  • 1 (16 ounce) container sour cream
  • 1 (2 ounce) packet onion soup mix
  • 12 - 1 teaspoon texas pete's or frank's hot sauce
  • 1 tablespoon dill

directions

  • Thoroughly mix all ingredients in medium bowl.
  • Cover and chill at least 2 hours.
  • Stir again before serving with raw veggies and/or rippled potato chips.
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"This recipe evolved from what has been one of my favorites since my girlhood days. If there are any leftovers a big dollop is also very tasty on a baked potato or an omelette or in a bowl of tomato soup. Prep time noted doesn't include chilling time."
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  1. SB61287
    Nan's Zippy California Dill Dip Created by SB61287
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  2. SB61287
    Nan this was a very nice recipe. We had it with the raw veggies & then I put a big spoonful on some potato pancakes we had. Great flavor. Will add to my Dips cookbook as a favorite. I did add a little more Texas Pete for our own tastes. Made for 2010 Pick a Chef.
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  3. nanpie
    This recipe evolved from what has been one of my favorites since my girlhood days. If there are any leftovers a big dollop is also very tasty on a baked potato or an omelette or in a bowl of tomato soup. Prep time noted doesn't include chilling time.
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