Friday, May 9, 2014

Thrive Onion Soup Mix / Onion Dip

by Kay Curtiss

Tonight we were having hamburgers on the grill and I felt like having Chip & Dip with that.  I wanted to make my own dip seasoning, to avoid any MSG and preservatives that would be in store bought dip or soup mix.  So I decided to experiment and this is what I came up with.  At dinner, my hubby was a little concerned and asked, "No Thrive tonight?"  I reassured him that the dip was made with my New Thrive Onion Soup Mix AND the hamburgers were seasoned with Thrive's Chef's Choice All Purpose Seasoning and Peppercorn Blend -- ALWAYS have something Thrive from my Home Store at every meal in our house!


1 Tablespoon Thrive FD Celery, powdered (#22223)
1 Tablespoon Thrive FD Chopped Onions, powdered (#22227)
3/4 cup Thrive Dehydrated Chopped Onions (#22228)
1/3 cup Thrive Beef Bouillon (#22662)
2 Tablespoons Thrive FD Parsley (#23621)
1 Tablespoon Thrive FD Chives (#23623)
1/2 teaspoon Thrive Chef's Choice All Purpose Seasoning Blend (#23628)
1/4 teaspoon  Thrive Peppercorn Blend (#23629)
1 teaspoon Thrive Sugar (#22671), Optional


Combine all ingredients and store in an airtight container.

About 5 tablespoons of mix are equal to one 1 1/4 ounce package of soup mix.

Thrive Onion Dip

2 cups Thrive Sour Cream Powder (#22449), OR 1 pint sour cream
2/3 cups water
5 Tablespoons Thrive Onion Soup Mix

Add water slowly to Sour Cream Powder, mixing thoroughly until it reaches desired consistency.  Add Thrive Onion Soup Mix and mix well.  Cover and refrigerate to blend flavors. (It tasted good when just mixed, too. :O)  

Dip will thicken up in the refrigerator - so don't worry if it seems a little thin.  If it is too thick when you take it out, you can thin it down with some reconstituted Thrive Instant Milk (#22446).

NOTE:  Thrive Stock numbers after products are for Pantry Cans except for Spice Cans. 

Download recipe for Thrive Onion Soup Mix & Onion Dip  

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