Super Bowl

The No-Fail Dip Ina Garten Serves at Her Super Bowl Party Every Year

February  2, 2018

While scrolling through a slog of posts in my Instagram feed, my thumb paused on one in particular, which Ina Garten shared with her 1.3 million Instagram followers (myself included): her go-to Super Bowl dip. It’s simple, it’s elegant, it’s Ina. It’s Pan-Fried Onion Dip.

She presents the aforementioned dish with casual gusto (and a hint of confidence): “People tell me that my Pan-Fried Onion Dip is so addicting that they’ve made it for a party, eaten the WHOLE thing before the party started, and had to make it again! LOL!!” Garten serves the chive speckled dip amongst a flurry of ridged potato chips, waiting—begging—to be dipped into the creamy centerpiece. A dog named Winkie stares wistfully with desire? Or is it anticipation?

Like any good Instagrammer, Garten threw that link in her bio. Which I, of course, clicked. I found that the recipe is actually pretty simple. Extremely simple. Garten’s trick is making sure the onions get caramelized well before being folded into the dip. It also calls for "good mayonnaise," which left me feeling both stumped and excited. Otherwise, it’s just a blend, plate, and serve kind of deal. So get to it, do like Ina, and wow your guests with her signature onion dip. I don’t think you’ll regret it.

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8 Comments

Marshall P. February 5, 2018
Duke's.
 
Amy February 4, 2018
So what is considered "good" mayonnaise?
 
Jen G. February 4, 2018
I believe Ina uses Hellman's Mayo. I made this last night and it was super good. I used Hellman's!
 
Amy February 5, 2018
Easy enough! I was thinking it was some crazy gourmet mayo lol. Thanks ☺
 
Ann P. February 3, 2018
I've made this dip several times. It is amazing. Truly addicting.
 
Jenna February 2, 2018
Butter, oil, cream cheese, sour cream, AND mayonnaise in the same recipe? I wouldn't be able to trust myself around this stuff...
 
Carol C. February 2, 2018
Where's the recipient?
 
BerryBaby February 2, 2018
In the article click on ‘the recipe’ and it will pull up the recipe.