For classic homemade dill dip, mix 1-2 Tbsp. with 1 cup of sour cream or cream cheese. For a healthier dill dip recipe, mix dill dip seasoning with yogurt or cottage cheese. Chill the dip overnight for best flavor. We also love serving this dill dip in a bread bowl. Just hollow out a loaf of pumpernickel or rye bread saving the cuttings for dipping, and fill with dip for a great presentation.
For a Dijon dill dip, mix 2-3 tsp. with 1/2 cup mayo, 1/4 cup Dijon mustard, and a couple of squirts of fresh lemon juice to taste.
For creamy dill dressing recipe, thin the dip mix with either milk or buttermilk.
Dill Dip Q&A
How to make dill dip?
To make dill dip, mix 1 cup of sour cream or cream cheese with 3-4 tablespoons of a good, quality dill dip seasoning mix (like ours!) To make a healthier dill dip recipe, mix dill dip seasoning with cottage cheese or yogurt.
How long is dill dip good for?
Dill dip, if stored in the refrigerator in an airtight container, can usually keep for 3-4 days.
What kind of bread goes with dill dip?
Rye or pumpernickel bread really go great with dill dip, but really any kind of bread that you can make a bread bowl with and dip with goes great with dill dip!