This easy homemade vegetable dip has been a favorite family recipe for years in my house. You can easily make a dip that tastes better than any you will buy in the grocery store. Guess what this dip only takes five minutes to prepare.
Are you looking for the perfect dip for vegetables? Sure, you can buy some at the grocery store, but it will never be as good as one you can prepare yourself.
You can prepare this amazing dip in a matter of minutes, no joke, in about five minutes you can make a dip that is perfect for fresh vegetables and chips. Your next party will become complete! You can even make this recipe a day or two ahead of time, once the flavors mingle together, it tastes even better.
What’s in homemade vegetable dip
Love a recipe that you can make with what you have in your pantry? You are in luck! This recipe has ingredients you likely already have in your pantry.
You will need
- sour cream
- dill weed
- seasoned salt
- onion powder
I have to confess, instead of seasoned salt, lately I have been using Chef Paul Prudhomme’s Magic Seasoning Blends Vegetable Magic.
Prepare this recipe in no time at all!
It will literally take you longer to measure out all of these ingredients than it will to stir this up. This dip tastes a lot like ranch vegetable dip recipe, but the dill in here gives this dip a little something extra. If you have time to let the flavors mingle, the flavor blooms, but if you don’t have time to wait, enjoy it right away!
How to serve vegetable dip
You can serve this homemade dip with so many vegetables, in a pinch you could use this dip as a salad dressing. I have served this dip with:
- baby cut carrots
- fresh broccoli flowerettes
- fresh cauliflower
- slices of bell peppers
- grape tomatoes
- sugar snap peas
- potato chips
What’s next? Grab your ingredients and give this fantastic vegetable dip a try! Let me know what you are going to dunk into this delicious dip first!
Easy Homemade Vegetable Dip
- 1 cup sour cream
- 1 cup mayonnaise
- 1 tablespoon dill weed
- 1 tablespoon onion powder
- 1 tablespoon seasoned salt
- 1 teaspoon dried parsley
- Mix well and Refrigerate for 2 hours before serving.
Recipe Tips for the Cook
- Add a cajun flavor if you use a cajun spice spend.
- You can add dehydrated bell peppers to this dip for a nice bit of zing.
- Upgrade this dip if you add in a teaspoon or two of minced shallots.