Today our Contest Spotlight is shining on Gary Litt and his recipe for Baked Onion Dip. We have to admit, we’re partial to onion dip since it’s the very first “dish” Sarah ever made for Tony (there was a reason she married someone who could cook). But you won’t find any dry-powder soup packages here: Gary takes onion dip to a whole new level by making it from scratch with sweet onions and two different types of cheese, and then baking it in the oven for good measure. How can you go wrong? We can’t wait to give this recipe a try!
Thank you for sharing your recipe with us, Gary, and GOOD LUCK!
If you think you have a recipe for the Perfect Party Dip, send it to us by Wednesday, OCT. 16TH for a chance to win our terrific Grand Prize, featuring:
A Four-Course Dinner for Two at Sarello’s
One Daily Bread each month for a year,
with a selection of dipping oils and vinegar from Breadsmith
A piece of Tama Smith’s original pottery from Prairie Fire Pottery
$50 Gift Card to Hornbacher’s SuperValu
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Gary Litt’s Baked Onion Dip
1 Cup mayonnaise
1 Cup sweet onions—finely chopped or grated
1 Tablespoon grated Parmesan cheese
1 Cup grated Swiss cheese
1/4 teaspoon garlic salt
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
Combine all ingredients in a 1 quart baking dish, and bake in 325 degree oven, uncovered for 40 minutes. Serve with bread, chips, or crackers.
Submitted by Gary Litt of Moorhead, MN