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~ Four Fab Recipes Using Lipton Onion Soup Mix ~

IMG_5570It's said to have been created by an unknown French cook in Los Angeles in 1954 and was intended to mimic the taste of French onion soup.  The recipe became such a popular addition to the fare served in martini-drinking social circles, it got printed in a local newspaper.  Shortly after, in 1955, the Lipton company promoted it on the TV show "Arthur Godfry's Talent Scouts", touting it as "Lipton California Dip", and followed that up with ad campaigns in supermarkets and on television.  In 1959, the recipe was added to the Lipton instant onion soup package, where it remains today.  By the 1960's, the name transitioned to "French onion dip", as it remains today.

Try ~ Mel's Amped-Up Ultimate French Onion Dip ~: 

6a0120a8551282970b02a30d4942d9200bAnd my ~ Pan-Seared French-Onion Burgers w/Dijonaisse ~:

6a0120a8551282970b02a308dbdd9d200cOr my ~ Kid's Stuff Souper Fix-Quick Bowling-Night Meatloaf ~:

6a0120a8551282970b02a2eed1e340200dAnd ~ Would you Like Onion-Laced Steak Fries with That? ~:

6a0120a8551282970b02a30d494374200b"We are all in this food world together." ~ Melanie Preschutti

(Recipes, Commentary and Photos courtesy of Melanie's Kitchen/Copyright 2022)


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