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Source: My daughter's boss gave it to her about 30 years ago.
By Gertie from Erath, LA
Mix all ingredients together and let stand for several hours to improve flavor.
By Robin from Washington, Ia
By Robin from Washington, IA
In medium bowl, combine sour cream, mayonnaise, and seasonings. Stir in onions, spinach, and water chestnuts. Cover. Refrigerate to blend flavors. Serve with crisp vegetable pieces, crackers, or bread sticks. Makes 3 1/2 cups.
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There is a great recipe for a spinach dip. it is on the back of the Knorr's Vegetable mix and, boy is it good. My girlfriend made it for my daughter's birthday party. Now mind you, I do not eat spinach, however with this recipe, it is great.
When I make spinach dip, I use my food processor. I defrost the chopped spinach, rinse and press or squeeze out the water well. Then put that into the food processor and pulse until it is chopped finer. I then add the soup mix, pulse again and then add sour cream and/or mayo. Pulse again until it is fully mixed.
The end result is a much smoother blended dip, without chunks of unruly spinach or gritty areas of the soup mix.
By Sharon from Cherry Hill, NJ
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Does anybody have any guesses of how to make the Cheddar's restaurant spinach dip? I've heard it has 4 cheeses in it and when you get it, it also looks like it has sour cream on top. It's awesome! They give you tortilla chips to dip in it.
Here is a copycat recipe where a review states it is very, very close to tasting like Cheddar's:
And here's another copycat of a popular Canadian restaurant that is made with four cheeses:
You can always add that dollop of sour cream on top even though the recipes don't call for it as a garnish ;-)
Googled and found these:
Let me know which is best!