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Dill Dip

Dill dip has always been a family favorite.  Growing up it was somthing we usually only had during the holiday season.  The last few years I have not been able to find it in the store and when I did it was not the same.  I was excited to find this recipe in one of the cookbooks my grandma gave me.  With a few minor adjustments, I found it delicious and addicting.  Next time I will double the recipe because it did not last long around our house!

Dill Dip
makes about 2 cups
1 cup sour cream
1 cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoons dill weed
1 Tablespoon minced onion
1 teaspoon parsley flakes
2 Tablespoons pickle juice
1/2 cup diced dill pickles
1/8 teaspoon seasoning salt (Optional)
Mix and let chill in the refrigerator for a few hours or overnight to allow the flavors to mix.  Serve with chips or veggies. 

Comments

  1. Haven't had this in forever. Your recipe sounds delish!

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  2. Now that is something I always find useful. Dip recipes. I love to make dips when friends come over and just have them as starters. Thanks Tiffanee.

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  3. I'm so sorry I haven't been by to visit lately. I've been battling a kidney stone (landed in the ER on Monday), and the pain meds have me loopy and groggy, so I haven't been on the computer very much.

    Anyhow, I LOVE chips and dip. Far and away, I would choose chips and dip over a sweet snack any day. And I always prefer a homemade dip...I think it's a good thing you couldn't find one in the store, because it forced you to try this fabulous-sounding recipe of your grandmother's, and I'm absolutely certain it is light years better than a store-bought dip.

    Thanks for sharing,
    Patti

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  4. Holy smokes! This sounds so good. I am a pickle freak so I think I would absolutely love this. And then with chips?! I'm so in!!!

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  5. We always had dill dip when I was a kid. I haven't had it in years. Thanks for reminding me.

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  6. I will have to try this it looks good.

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