Dip Seasoning

Written by Stephanie Dula
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Dip seasoning is an indispensable item to keep around your kitchen. Its versatility makes it ideal not only for dips and spreads, but for general seasoning, marinades and salad dressings as well. Different flavors and varieties of dip seasoning can be found in specialty food markets and from reputable vendors on the Internet.

Creative Dip Seasoning Recipes

Good herb dip bases work well as appetizer ingredients. Try mixing it with cream cheese for a delicious filling for stuffed mushrooms, or as a yummy spread on bagels. Mix oil with your dip base and add some popcorn or oyster crackers and you've got a satisfying crunchy snack.

Dips and appetizers are the food of choice for parties, holiday festivities, receptions, and simple gatherings. Having a good dip seasoning around is essential for entertaining, whether it be planned or spur-of-the-moment. You'll be able to create impressive hors d'oeuevre for your guests and great snacks for yourself.

If you're a health conscious snacker, many dip bases work well with non-fat sour cream, plain yogurt, and cottage cheese. So many of us are becoming more aware of the relationship between our diets and our health, and there are plenty of options available for those who are counting calories and/or fat grams. Online cookbooks are a great source for recipes that reflect this focus on healthier foods.


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