Really Good Veggie Dip

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If you’re looking for the ultimate veggie dip recipe, look no further. This vegetable dip is loaded with flavor and will quickly become your new go-to recipe!

This Really Good Veggie Dip is actually THE BEST vegetable dip!

Really Good Veggie Dip:

Colorful and crunchy vegetable platters are a popular party appetizer today. Although veggies are tasty on their own, serving them with dip takes them to another level. Today, I’m excited to share this easy Veggie Dip.

If you ever wondered, “What can you dip vegetables in?” This veggie dip is a winner!

This recipe comes from a deli in my hometown. I’ve been coveting their homemade vegetable dip for years and would purchase a container of it anytime I needed a good vegetable dip. It tastes so good!

I tried various recipes at home, but nothing could beat it. It is so good that whenever my sister-in-law visited St. Marys, she would buy multiple containers for herself and her friends. Kids love it too!

This Really Good Veggie Dip is actually THE BEST vegetable dip!

For years I assumed the recipe was a closely guarded secret. However, one day as I was chatting with the cashier, the topic of the recipe came up and, without hesitation, she gave it to me! I was shocked.

What I assumed to be top secret was now in my hands. No longer did I have to purchase this magical veggie dip: finally, I could make it at home.

Side note: I learned a big lesson that day. Always be kind to EVERYONE. You never know how or when your kindness will be returned. (That person just might gift you with the recipe for your favorite veggie dip!)

My favorite (and in my opinion the very best) veggie dip!

While I’ve had the recipe for a few months now, I’m finally getting around to sharing it with all of you. Yesterday, I taught you how to make a Sausage and Pepper Sheet Pan Dinner from your vegetable tray leftovers, so today seemed like the perfect time to circle back with the dip recipe.

As many of you know, I have a bunch of recipes with “Really Good” in their titles. In my opinion, these recipes ARE the best of the best even though I don’t call them that. This veggie dip is in that category.

My favorite (and in my opinion the very best) veggie dip!

If you don’t already have a go-to veggie dip recipe, this could be it.

Sidenote: If you love appetizers dips as much as I do, be sure to check out my Ultimate Collection of Dip Recipes HERE.

Looking for more delicious dip recipes? Try these:

 

This Really Good Veggie Dip is going to be your new go-to for vegetables!

Let’s whip up this recipe!

Not only is it “Really Good,” but it’s crazy easy to make, and you probably have most, if not all, of the ingredients in your pantry and fridge. I’ve provided a full ingredient list with step-by-step instructions, video, and nutrition facts (including calories) in a printable recipe card below.

First, gather your veggie dip ingredients. You will need: 

  • 1 (16 ounce) container sour cream
  • 1 (16 ounce) container mayo / mayonnaise
  • 1 tbsp dried parsley flakes
  • 1 tablespoon dried minced onions
  • 1 tablespoon Lawry’s seasoned salt*
  • 1/2 tsp dried dill
  • 1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
  • 3-4 drops Frank’s Red Hot sauce

Just toss them into a bowl, mix them up, and your dip is ready! – I do recommend refrigerating the dip for about two hours to rehydrate the herbs and let the flavors meld.

Serve it up on a platter with all of your vegetables!

How to make really good veggie dip!

How to make really good veggie dip!

Now which vegetable will you dip first?

Some of my favorites are

  • cauliflower
  • broccoli
  • carrots
  • celery
  • radishes
  • cucumbers
  • bell peppers
  • tomatoes
  • and more!

Heck you could even use this for potato chips, pretzels, or crackers.

This Really Good Veggie Dip is going to be your new go-to for vegetables!

Expect RAVE reviews about this recipe. It’s such a delicious combo of spices and creaminess!  I have no doubt that you, your friends, and your family are going to love this Really Good Veggie Dip as much as I do!

This Really Good Veggie Dip is actually THE BEST vegetable dip!

 

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Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American
Keyword: appetizer dip, dip, ranch dip, vegetable
Servings: 20
Prep Time 10 mins
Total Time 10 mins
If you're looking for the ultimate veggie dip recipe, look no further. This vegetable dip is loaded with flavor and will quickly become your new go-to recipe!

Ingredients

  • 1 (16 ounce) container sour cream
  • 1 (16 ounce) container mayonnaise
  • 1 tablespoon dried parsley flakes
  • 1 tablespoon dried minced onions
  • 1 tablespoon Lawry's seasoned salt*
  • 1/2 teaspoon dried dill
  • 1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
  • 3-4 drops Frank's Red Hot sauce

Instructions

  • Add all the ingredients to a bowl and mix well to combine.
  • Refrigerate at least 2 hours before serving.

Video

Notes

*If you prefer dips less salty, start with 1/2 tablespoon and add more to taste.

Nutrition Facts

Calories: 199kcalCarbohydrates: 1gProtein: 1gFat: 21gSaturated Fat: 5gCholesterol: 21mgSodium: 517mgPotassium: 43mgFiber: 1gSugar: 1gVitamin A: 156IUVitamin C: 1mgCalcium: 29mgIron: 1mg
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Comments

  • Jaide at

    This looks so yummy and your pictures are amazing! I love how you put it in a cabbage!

  • Jessica Burgess at

    This sounds amazing! I also love how you put the dip inside of the cabbage! Genius!

  • Tammy at

    Obsessed with this dip! Everyone loved it. Thank you!!

  • Sher Morden at

    I’ve been following your blog for years and was happily surprised today when I Googled veggie dip recipe – your link was the third one in the suggestions. Of course, I clicked on it and disregarded any other suggestion because I knew you only post the yummiest recipes. Really it made me so happy to see your blog listed – made my day! Thanks for always having great content! XoXo

  • Don Sparrow at

    Freakin’ LOVE this stuff. Best vegetable dip. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

  • Mary Tipton at

    I used 1 tablespoon of Lawry’s Seasoned Salt (the original), and it was way too salty. Even when I added the remaining sour cream and mayo (which cut the salt in half), it was too salty. Unedible. Do you think there are different products called Lawry’s Seasoned Salt?

    • Judy at

      Use the low sodium season salt

  • Sarah Rogers at

    This this my new go-to vegetable dip. I won’t make or serve anything else. I see why you love it so much! Yummy!

  • Peggy Springer at

    I made this dip this evening for a party tomorrow evening. I followed exact directions, but it is extremely salty! I realize that the flavors have to meld together and they should overnight. But, what if they don’t?! How can I fix this without having to waste all of my ingredients? Help!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      It is a saltier dip. You can add in more sour cream and mayo.

      xo Michael

    • Carmen at

      Toooo much salt
      I use 1 teaspoon instead of 1 tablespoon
      Great now
      Ruined a 5 recipe batch for a huge wedding.. threw away

      • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

        Thank you for your feedback. As explained in the post, I used the original recipe from the local store where I found it. (I personally love it as is!) However, I have made a note in the recipe about the saltiness of the dip and to adjust as desired.

        Also, instead of throwing the dip away, you could add a bit more sour cream and / or mayo to balance things out.

        xo Michael

      • Cat Murray at

        Do you have the calorie count for this dip!

      • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

        I don’t currently calculate calories for recipes, however I’m hoping to add that to the blog soon.

        xo Michael

      • Tausha Jones at

        As made above for the entire batch its 4186 calories. 38.1g carbs. 447.5g fat. 1g protein.

        2tbsp servings would be approx 130.8 calories per serving with 32 servings per batch. And 14g of fat per serving, and just over 1 carbs 😉

    • Lins at

      You might find this an interesting story. Back in the 70’s, there was a caterer in my town who had this same recipe and she considered it top secret and would never share it with anyone. One day an out of town friend shared this recipe with me and I had it at all my social functions. A neighbor asked me how I got this recipe from the caterer and I said I didn’t, that a friend gave it to me. She said it was the caterer’s secret dip recipe and I should be careful not to share it with others in my social group lest I offend the caterer! I love this recipe and always enjoy making it!

  • Deb Richardson at

    I made this earlier today for the Super Bowl. I don’t know if there will be any left by game time. You were right…..really good!! Thank you! Love your style!

  • Julie Blanner at

    It’s so beautiful and looks so good! Dill dip is my fave!

  • Claire Kendrick at

    I’m trying it today. Great Super Bowl Sunday snack.

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Yes! Love that. Enjoy!

      xo Michael

  • Cindy at

    Thank you Michael. A nice new option for low carb snacking.

  • me at

    Looks delicious. Can’t wait to try it. Thank you for sharing,

  • Cricket at

    Mmmm…this looks delicious..I was planning on making a veggie dip for the Superbowl Sunday..I’m going to have to try this though..I don’t ever remember seeing a veggie dip with worcestershire AND hot sauce.. I’m all in…!!

  • jae at

    Yum! Yum! OH, yum! thanks for sharing! Have you ever tried making it with yogurt or light sour cream of mayo to reduce some of the fat? just curious.

  • Susan McMenamin at

    The photos that you take of your food are drool worthy. They always look like you are a food stylist and make me want to try them right away. Thank you for all that you share.

  • Nancy at

    Looks and sounds delicious!! You always make such a nice presentation! Also, seems like you are trying to pull yourself out of the doldrums!!! So happy that you are trying!!!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Yes! that’s the goal. Onward and upward! Thanks, Nancy!

      xo Michael

  • Babette at

    Oh looks scrumptious!! Can’t wait to try this recipe! Looks so vibrant and healthy too! Thanks for sharing!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      The dip is SO good, I’m certain you’ll love it!

      xo Michael

  • Joyce at

    What brand of seasoned salt did you use? I never use it and I assume flavors differ from
    Brand to brand.

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      I use Lawry’s. 🙂

      xo Michael

  • Lori H at

    This dip looks delicious – so fresh and creamy! I made a big veggie platter for my annual Christmas party, and decided I wanted to hollow out a cabbage for the dip. It was so hard and did not look like I knew what I was doing! 🙂 Have you ever done a tutorial on hollowing out a cabbage? I could use some expert tips and your looks gorgeous. What tools did you use, etc. Someone said it is like scooping out a pumpkin but I found the cabbage much more difficult (the layers came apart jaggedly for one thing). Thanks for all your wonderful posts!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Lori, I didn’t even think to share a tutorial of that. Great suggestion. I’ll see what I can come up with. However, I just used a sharp knife to cut a circle in the cabbage and then uses a spoon to take out the section I wanted.

      xo Michael

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