About Dill Dip Recipe
We’re about to dive head first into party season and I already know this dill dip recipe is one of the first snacks I’ll whip up for our guests.
Those that are familiar with this little food blog know that I’m a tad obsessed with dips, and classic recipes like this only strengthen that bond. I love that dips are easy to throw together, usually involve no cooking, and they’re almost always a hit with everyone.
Plus, who doesn’t love it when numerous people come up to you saying, “This dip is amazing!” And you’ll smile and thank them, of course, but in the back of your mind you’re thinking, “Yeah, not bad for five minutes of my time, right?”
If only everything in life had that kind of return on investment.
Another perk is that party foods like this fit all occasions, whether it’s Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, graduation, birthdays, or any major sporting event.
But then again, I may be a little biased here, because I happen to think that every event is made better by good food. I love my friends, but I adore food just as much, and almost all of my favorite memories involve both of those things.
And with how well this dill dip goes with just about every dipping option (chips, veggies, or bread!) I can already guarantee that this dip will be the centerpiece to more even great memories made this fall.
So whether you’re getting ready to celebrate or just watch the big game, this dip is a great and easy snack food that everyone is bound to enjoy!
notes & tips for this dill dip recipe
- This recipe is written to use dried herbs and spices. This was intentional so that it’d be easy to whip this recipe up without having to worry about your inventory of perishable herbs. However, if you’d like to use fresh herbs, just double the ingredient amount for the dried herbs. For example, if the recipe calls for 1 tbsp dried dill weed, substitute this for 2 tbsp fresh dill weed.
- I recommend serving this dip with chips, but you can also serve it with veggies (such as carrots, cucumbers, zucchini, celery, etc) or even bread (such as cut up pieces of panini bread or bagel). Tailor the dipping options to your guests’ tastes and have a different flavor experience each time!
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Dill Dip Recipe
This easy dill dip goes great with chips, veggies, or bread and can be thrown together in flash. Great for holidays, sports parties, or a movie night!
In a large bowl, add sour cream, mayonnaise, dried minced onion, drilled dill weed, dried parsley, and accent salt. Stir together until thoroughly mixed and smooth.
Serve immediately with chips, veggies, or bread for dipping. Dip can be made in advance and stored in a sealed container in the refrigerator for up to three days.