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Does anyone have a good chip dip recipe? I always use Kraft ranch dressing but I miss the good old sour crream dressings! I know that Kraft makes a french onion dip. It's just not my favorite.

Thanks!!!

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Does anyone have a good chip dip recipe? I always use Kraft ranch dressing but I miss the good old sour crream dressings! I know that Kraft makes a french onion dip. It's just not my favorite.

Thanks!!!

What kind of dip? I'm partial to hummus (garbanzo beans, tahini, garlic, olive oil, lemon juice, salt), or guacamole (all kinds of ways to make this one!), or black bean dip. I make a fake ranch (can't have dairy) from raw cashews, water, salt, dill, and onion/garlic powders. I'm also quite partial to salsa (mostly the tomato, onion, cucumber, jalapeno variety).

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Fantastic Foods makes dried instant soup packets that you can mix with sour cream for yummy dips...

for a great dip with taco chips I like to mix Green Mtn. Gringo Salsa with Sour Cream and Shredded Cheddar Jack Cheese, just stir it up and eat it cold! You can also mix in softened cream cheese and then chill it for a while, this is really decadent...

another taco chip dip that I like is melted velveeta and pace picante salsa (put the velveeta and the salsa together in a microwave safe bowl and heat till melted, stirring often...

Also, The Gluten Free Pantry has seasoning mixes and I like to take the French Onion Soup season mix and add that to sour cream... YUM!

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Fantastic Foods makes dried instant soup packets that you can mix with sour cream for yummy dips...

for a great dip with taco chips I like to mix Green Mtn. Gringo Salsa with Sour Cream and Shredded Cheddar Jack Cheese, just stir it up and eat it cold! You can also mix in softened cream cheese and then chill it for a while, this is really decadent...

another taco chip dip that I like is melted velveeta and pace picante salsa (put the velveeta and the salsa together in a microwave safe bowl and heat till melted, stirring often...

Also, The Gluten Free Pantry has seasoning mixes and I like to take the French Onion Soup season mix and add that to sour cream... YUM!

We eat alot of Rotel dip with Velveeta and Rotel Tomatoes...I also make a Chili Dip that is pretty good...You just take a Can of Chili and a jar of Salsa....You can put cheese on top of it if you like...Bake in the oven until hot and there you go..Very easy....I will make a taco salad with it also sometimes...

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I like to make this taco dip, and use the Tostitos scoops with it.

In a 8" round or square pan layer:

A can of refried beans on the bottom

Mix sour cream and taco seasoning mix (make sure it is a gluten-free packet), and put on top of the beans

Sprinkle on some shredded cheese

Shred some lettuce and add

Top with chopped tomato

And add black olives and guacamole if you like

Enjoy!

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What kind of dip? I'm partial to hummus (garbanzo beans, tahini, garlic, olive oil, lemon juice, salt), or guacamole (all kinds of ways to make this one!), or black bean dip. I make a fake ranch (can't have dairy) from raw cashews, water, salt, dill, and onion/garlic powders. I'm also quite partial to salsa (mostly the tomato, onion, cucumber, jalapeno variety).

Yay my computer is fixed. Anyway, do you have a recipe for black bean dip. I eat hummus, guac. and salsa almost daily, so it would be fun to add a fourth dip. Okay, I admit it, I eat hummus every day.

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Yay my computer is fixed. Anyway, do you have a recipe for black bean dip. I eat hummus, guac. and salsa almost daily, so it would be fun to add a fourth dip. Okay, I admit it, I eat hummus every day.

the black bean dip I usually make is a can of black beans, some oil packed sun dried tomatoes, chili powder, cayanne powder, garlic (or garlic powder), and salt to taste, blended up in a food processor. but there's a bunch of variations on this theme!

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Lipton Onion Dry Soup Mix with sour cream.

This is gluten-free? When I called about it they told me it was not gluten-free. I loved to used the soup mix in roasts in the crock pot!!

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Lipton Dry ONION Mix is the only mix that IS gluten free, other mixes are NOT :)

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jams:

Lipton ONION mix makes a wonderful beef stew.

Brown some stew meat in corn oil. Add two envelopes of Liption ONION mix and enough water to cover the meat through cooking time. When meat starts falling apart and tender add slices carrots an pealed potatoes cook until tender. Add some french herbs, and my secret some real better. Serve with some gluten free cornbread. (forgot add some Sherry, or Marsella Wine or Sweet Vermouth, yum)

A wonderful cold night supper. (also good for breakfast ;)

Hope you enjoy.

Lisa B

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velveeta salsa dip

ingredients

1/2 jar chi chi's black bean and corn thick chunky salsa

half a big box of velveeta cheese, cubed

1/8 c. jalpino slices (optional)

directions

on medium heat cook salsa mix in velveeta, keep stiring until it melts.

then remove from heat, stir in jalpino slices, enjoy.

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its even good with mexican velveeta too

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