Creamy French onion dip adds a delicious twist to these ground beef tacos! The entire recipe is made in just 20 minutes, for an easy dinner!
In our house, French Onion Dip and chips are always a requirement on the menu for NFL Sundays! So like any good food blogger, I made my own French Onion Dip Mix and started making homemade dip every Sunday.
Since I now had this delicious French Onion Dip Mix sitting in the pantry, I decided to try it out on other recipes, instead of just dip!
I first tried it out on pot roast and the result was AMAZING! Seriously, French Onion Pot Roast is the best pot roast ever! It was so good, I made it both in a pressure cooker and in a slow cooker.
Next up, I made these French Onion Dip Tacos. The perfect game day food that combines easy ground beef tacos with a seriously delicious dip!
We ate them on game day in crispy shells, then I made them again for dinner during the week and served them on flour tortillas. Both totally tasty options for this seriously easy taco recipe!
Take your love of French Onion Dip to the dinner table with this French Onion Chicken Pasta recipe! In this dish, creamy french onion dip is turned into a delicious sauce and tossed with penne pasta and shredded chicken for an easy meal made in only 29 minutes!
During football season, we go through A LOT of French Onion Dip around our house! It’s Kurt’s favorite and he demands it every Sunday while watching games.
I make my own French Onion Dip Mix, which is perfect for mixing with sour cream to make the dip on Sunday’s, but it’s also great for adding to lots of delicious recipes throughout the week, like this French Onion Chicken Pasta!
Of course Kurt was more than willing to taste test this recipe three times before I perfected it for the blog! 😉
Make french onion dip, french onion soup, french onion chicken recipes and more with this easy homemade French Onion Dip Mix recipe, just mix 6 ingredients together and store in the pantry until ready to use!
I love making my own homemade seasonings! It’s cheaper than buying packaged seasonings at the store, you know exactly what’s going in it and you can make a big batch of it and have it on hand to add to recipes throughout the week!
One or two times I year, I head to Costco or hop on Amazon and purchase several large containers of spices to create my favorite seasoning mixes. These 7 spices are always on my list: