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eyeguy 54

Chip Dip

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eyeguy 54
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gonna put this out there cuz it really is good. Lol. Cottage cheese. Ketchup. A little mayo. I have always hated cottage cheese straight but have been eating this since I was a kid. With wavy or regular potato chips. And I still love it!! Lol. I might have to try it sometime with a little bbq sauce. 🤪 

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Borch

I just can't do it.  😁

 

Mostly because I dont each chips anymore.  😋

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Mike89

I love chips!! I enjoy good chip dip!!!  and I enjoy cottage cheese!!!  especially the Kemps one with chives!!!  But I'm thinking that is one I'll pass on!!! I would try it if someone made it so I don't waste something by accident!!!  🤪

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eyeguy 54
Posted (edited)

Lol. Just try a little. If you like ketchup on fries you might like this. 

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Mike89
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where's smurf???  he puts katchup on everything!!!!!

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Hookmaster

Quick and easy onion dip (similar to french onion dip)

16 oz of sour cream (light or regular)

1/4 to 1/3 cup dehydrated onions

1/8 cup low salt soy sauce

 

Mix well and let sit overnight.

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eyeguy 54

That’s too easy. 😉

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Mike89

just like buying cottage cheese and katchup!!!  🤣

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eyeguy 54
12 minutes ago, Mike89 said:

just like buying cottage cheese and katchup!!!  🤣

Lol. But ya gotta be brave to try this. 

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Mike89

I did buy cottage the other day, but I got the one with chives in it...   so no katchup in that!!  LOL!!!!!

2 hours ago, eyeguy 54 said:

Lol. But ya gotta be brave to try this. 

 

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Cooperman

My Mother use to make something similar with cottage cheese, but instead of ketchup she added a pack of Lipton onion soup mix. 

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IceHawk
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Here's a dip to try that the wife makes quite often for a appetizer at parties. Chop up a bag of Imitation crab some onion add some cream cheese some ground  horseradish and some cocktail sauce shot of lemon juice  mix all together and serve with ritz crackers. Its a hit dang tasty.

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Mike89

now that sounds like a chip dip I would eat!!!!   eyeguy take note!!!   LOL!!!!!

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eyeguy 54

horseradish..... yuck!   cant stand it. but would be great without it. 

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On 4/1/2020 at 7:47 AM, Mike89 said:

where's smurf???  he puts katchup on everything!!!!!

Hey!!🤔 I wouldn't waste my matchup on cottage cheese. And ya lost me when cottage cheese was mentioned.

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smurfy
On 4/3/2020 at 4:08 PM, eyeguy 54 said:

horseradish..... yuck!   cant stand it. but would be great without it. 

Horseradish good for what ails ya!!👍

A great plain chip dip is sour cream with a package of Lipton onion soup mix in it.

That does sound like a good dip icehawk.

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eyeguy 54

Yep that’s good. But not as good. Lol. 

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Rick G

Smurf... You get a time out for bringing this subject back up😁 Please let this abomination of food die so nobody has to see katchup and cottage cheese mixed ever again🤢

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eyeguy 54

Wimp!  You will never no how good it is. More for me hee hee hee 😉

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smurfy
2 hours ago, Rick G said:

Smurf... You get a time out for bringing this subject back up😁 Please let this abomination of food die so nobody has to see katchup and cottage cheese mixed ever again🤢

Sorry.🤧

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Mike89
9 hours ago, smurfy said:

Sorry.🤧

you and sorry, now that is funny!!!!   🤪

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bobberineyes
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Thats a different combo for sure eyeguy, but I'd hit it!! Maybe put in some Sriracha fer good measure.. ya I'm not sorry either. 😆

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eyeguy 54

Just go easy on mayo first attempt 

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smurfy

😡 would you guys knock it off!!!!!!!!!😳 I don't wanna go in a long time out!!!!!!😇😰😂

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2 hours ago, smurfy said:

😡 would you guys knock it off!!!!!!!!!😳 I don't wanna go in a long time out!!!!!!😇😰😂

too late!!!!  🤣🤪

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