Lipton Vegetable Soup Mix Baked Dip

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Lipton vegetable soup mix baked dips require onion soup mix and a few other important items. Make Lipton vegetable soup mix baked dip with help from an experienced culinary professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, I’m Paul Caravelli. And today, I’m going to show you how to make a Lipton veggie soup mix baked dip, using my personal favorite, the French onion recipe. By using this, you can get store-quality dip done in your own kitchen. So, here we are, about to mix our dip. This is the onion soup mix from the Lipton company. It is very salty, so we’re going to use about half of an envelope from the package to mix in with everything. We’re going to put in our half cup of sour cream on top of our full cup of cream cheese. Put in our half cup of Parmesan/mozzarella mixture. Our spinach – one full cup of spinach smashed down. And, about a half-cup of fresh basil leaves. And, we’re just going to push it all together. You can get a pair of gloves and get your hands dirty in there. Since you’re making it for yourself, you can not use a pair a gloves and just get your hands dirty! You could use your stand mixer, or we could just smash it along the wall using all of our green things that we’ve put in as evidence of full mixture. You want to get everything evenly distributed. The softer your cream cheese is, the easier this will be for you. You can also pre-cook by blanching your spinach and squeezing out the juice from it. If you pre-blanch and squeeze out all the juice on your spinach, you will give away all of its useful nutrients that are in it. And, since we’re using cream cheese, and sour cream, and pre-packaged salty dip, we should probably keep all the nutrients we can. Okay, so, we’re just going to transfer this into our bowl that we want to present our dip in. Careful not to put anything that’s billowing up out of the top, because this is going to melt, and it is going to overflow if you put in too much. Now, we’re going to top it with even more cheese, because we’re being very healthy today! And, some breadcrumbs, which are going to brown up very nicely for us. About 400 degrees convection oven would do perfect for this – would be about 12 minutes. So, here we are! Perfect ready dip for any occasion.


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