When I just have to have comfort food, I turn to this vegan caramelized onion dip that tastes just like the original. First you cook the onions in a covered pan over medium heat for about fifteen minutes. Then you stir in the sugar and salt, cooking uncovered and stirring occasionally for between five and ten minutes. Your onions should be caramelized at this point. Don’t skip the sugar, you need it for the caramelizing process. Next, you combine the vegan mayonnaise and silken tofu. This can be done in an immersion blender or food processor. I don’t recommend whisking by hand. Add in all but a spoonful of the caramelized onions. The spoonful can be used as garnish. Lastly, seal it up in an airtight container and pop it in the fridge for a few hours.
- This is a link to a recipe for a vegan, meat free and dairy free caramelized onion dip.
- The vegan cartelized onion dip would be great served with potato chips.
- This recipe is perfect for many occasions including barbecues, hanging out with friends or even snacking alone.
“So I’m not eating this dip and imagining the health fairies sprinkling me with magical kale dust.”
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