Easy Dill Dip

An easy Dill Dip to make for all your parties from here on out! This classic version tastes even better when you make it at least a day in advance, too.

A good Dill Dip recipe is worth its weight in gold. With just ingredients and 10 minutes of hand’s on time, it comes together in a flash.

An easy Dill Dip to make for all your parties from here on out! This classic version tastes even better when you make it at least a day in advance, too.

And it tastes GREAT! Traditionally eaten fresh vegetables, I also love Dill Dip with crackers and cheese, cold cuts, or even with pretzels.

Normally in my recipes, I prefer and recommend fresh herbs instead of dried. But when it comes to Dill Dip, dried herbs are where it’s at. Maybe I’m just used to the taste, but I love it.

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An easy Dill Dip to make for all your parties from here on out! This classic version tastes even better when you make it at least a day in advance, too.

The most obscure dried herb on the list is celery salt, and that’s not necessarily obscure. Lately, though it’s been harder to find at all of the stores in my area. You can definitely buy it online, but it’s easy enough to make yourself, too.

So that’s it! Combine everything in a bowl and chill at least 30 minutes but preferably overnight. It tastes even better the next day!

An easy Dill Dip to make for all your parties from here on out! This classic version tastes even better when you make it at least a day in advance, too.

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An easy Dill Dip to make for all your parties from here on out! This classic version tastes even better when you make it at least a day in advance, too.
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Easy Dill Dip

An easy Dill Dip to make for all your parties from here on out! This classic version tastes even better when you make it at least a day in advance, too.
Course Appetizer
Cuisine American
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 2 cups
Calories 112 kcal

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 cups sour cream
  • 2/3 cup mayonnaise
  • 2 tablespoons dried minced onion
  • 2 tablespoons dried parsley flakes
  • 2 tablespoons dried dill weed
  • 1 teaspoon celery salt
  • fresh vegetables for serving (I garnished the top platter with pea shoots)

Instructions

  1. Combine all ingredients in a medium bowl and mix well. Cover and refrigerate at least 30 minutes to blend flavors. Serve with fresh vegetables.


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5 comments

  1. what a beautiful platter you made there, Meggan.

    The dip definitely sounds like a winner. Reminds me a bit of Greek tzatziki – the Greeks love to throw plenty of dill into that, too!

  2. I think I have the very best Dill Dip recipe that I’ve ever had. I love Dill Dip so of course I’m usually one of the first dippers whenever it catches my eye. This recipe was handed down to me about 27 years ago and I can with all certainty say it’s held the number 1 spot since then. I’m willing to share so anyone interested just send me a quick email. 

  3. Excellent recipe! I’m Dairy free so I had to tweak The recipe. I used Vegenaise instead of mayonnaise. And tofutti sour cream instead of regular sour cream. And I had to substitute celery salt because I didn’t have any.

    Delicious!!!

  4. I love all of your recipes they are just awesome and easy !! I can’t leave comments for all that I have tried cause I would be on my pc all day !! I lived in Racine Wi for over 60 years So Iam totally in love with your deserts !! My all time favorite is Danish Layer Cake !! Everyone should to try these dips for super bowl !! So easy and good don’t want to spend your day cooking and missing the fun !! Well then give these recipes a try I promise you will get so many complements !!!

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