Sauce with caramelized onion
- 2 onions;
- 25 ml of vegetable oil;
- 80 g of sour cream;
- 120 g cream cheese;
- salt pepper.
This recipe will take more of your time due to the fact that it is based on the onion, which should be caramelized before addition.
Cut the onion into half rings and fry in preheated vegetable oil until clear. Then reduce the heat and leave the onion on the stove for 20-25 minutes or until it becomes sticky and does not get a caramel shade. Watch the onions and stir constantly, if necessary pour a little water, so it does not burn.
Whisk cream cheese with sour cream, add salt with pepper to taste and mix everything with caramelized onions.
The sauce is ideal as a dip for chips and crackers.
Hot Mexican Sauce
- 180 g of sour cream;
- 1 tablespoon green parsley and dill;
- ½ teaspoon dried onions;
- ½ teaspoon dried garlic;
- a pinch of chili pepper flakes;
- hot sauce – to taste;
- 35 grams of hard cheese.
Grind the greens and grate the cheese. Mix all ingredients from the list.
Sauce the sauce to taste.
Serve with tortilla chips, put in sandwiches, lavash rolls and tacos.
- 115 g of sour cream;
- 60 ml of kefir;
- 45 g of mayonnaise;
- lemon juice – to taste;
- 1 clove of garlic;
- greens of dill and parsley – to taste.
Grind the greens and pass the garlic through the press. Mix all ingredients from the list.
Add salt to taste. If the consistency seems too liquid, supplement the mixture with a small portion of sour cream or mayonnaise. To reduce fat, mayonnaise can be completely excluded from the recipe.
Serve with vegetables or use as a light salad dressing.