Blue Cheese Dip

 

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Blue Cheese Dip

Ingredients

1 tablespoon olive oil

1 1/2 cups sliced shallots

1/4 teaspoon kosher salt

1/4 teaspoon fresh ground pepper

3/4 cup mayonnaise

3/4 cup sour cream

1 1/2 cups blue cheese; crumbled

Step-by-Step

1 heat olive oil in medium size frying pan; add sliced shallots; cook 15-20 minutes on medium/ low heat until shallots caramelize

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2 whisk together mayonnaise and sour cream; add crumbled blue cheese; season with salt and pepper; mix well with hand mixer

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3 add and mix three quarters of caramelized shallots to mixture; mix well

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4 transfer to serving bowl; top with remaining caramelized shallots; serve with potato chips

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5 Responses to Blue Cheese Dip

  1. It must smell so good in your house

  2. Hey Sista Felicia,
    Any chance you have a recipe for gluten free pasta that actually tastes good? Most of the ones that you find in the grocery store are poor substitutes. I married into an Italian family and this would save me from getting sick when I eat at the inlaws. Thanks!

  3. Yumyumyum ~ always looks so good! Two thing I can not find in Maryland ~ Cains mayo and the top cut rolls for lobster rolls. Using those brands make a difference. Bringing an extra suitcase next year ;)

  4. Dave Moore says:

    I have to say straight-up (Red Onion’s) I love – but this looks so good can taste it here :-) Thank You – The years of experience show through here! :- Dave & Kim Happy New Year :-: :-)

  5. Dave Moore says:

    P.S. I know blue cheese is not one of my tops but in this way I like it…Just the straight blue cheese more of my dad’s favorite…each one of us has them pesky taste buds…My younger bother hated tomato but loved ketchup go figure :-)

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