Use sugar to sweeten and baking soda to brown
French onion dip (30 min)
Brown sugar in med-low dry pan
Add olive oil and butter (1 tsp per onion)
Brown yellow onion
Add a ¼ tsp baking soda to improve browning
Add water to deglaze
Once the onions are completely broken down to a deep brown, jam-like consistency, they're blended together with mayonnaise and sour cream, seasoned with a bit of salt and pepper, and you're done.
Building the Dip
Mayonnaise and sour cream
A splash of lemon juice to add some brightness
A bit of Worcestershire sauce for a meaty flavor
A touch of grated Parmesan cheese
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|Recipe Makes: 4 Servings|
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