I love caramelized onions on almost anything. Which is why I also love this easy to make french onion dip. Most store bought french onion dips are pretty high in sodium in order to preserve them for months on end. This low sodium french onion dip recipe is packed with flavor, and has only 33mg of sodium per 2 tbsp serving. It’s a win-win for anyone following a sodium restricted diet like me! The key to this recipe is to really render down the onions so they are beautifully caramelized and packed with flavor. If you liked this recipe please comment below and let me know what you think!
Low Sodium French Onion Dip
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I love caramelized onions on almost anything. Which is why I also love this easy to make french onion dip. Most store-bought french onion dips are pretty high in sodium in order to preserve them for months on end. The key to this recipe is to really render down the onions so they are beautifully caramelized and packed with flavor.
Heat the oil in a large pan over medium heat; add the onions and red pepper flakes. Cook down, while remembering to stir, for about 20 minutes or until fully caramelized and golden brown.20 Minute Timer
Remove the onions from the pan and put them into a small bowl. Place them uncovered into the freezer for about 5 minutes to help cool them down faster. This step is optional, you can let the onions cool at room temperature if you'd like.5 Minute Timer
In a medium mixing bowl, mix together the onions, sour cream, mayonnaise, garlic powder and white pepper.
Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least 3 hours before serving.3 Hour Timer
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