Rose Mary Mogan


I recreated this recipe many years ago from a recipe that was on a blue cheese pkg. It has been a family favorite ever since.

This is one of 795 recipes that are included in my SELF PUBLISHED COOKBOOK "Sharing Our Favorite Recipes" It is a great addition to a veggie platter or an appetizer wing tray.

I served this tasty dip with my Oven Baked Panko Breaded Hot Wings. It is really great with the celery too. I tend to add more blue cheese than the original recipe calls for because I love it that much. If you don't care for Blue Cheese, you could use Parmesan or some other variety. Awesome

★★★★★ 1 vote
Makes about 3 cups or more
15 Min
No-Cook or Other


2 Tbsp
chopped onion ( i tend to use a bit more)
1-3 clove
garlic minced ( can use granulated garlic)
2 Tbsp
dried parsley or dried chopped chive
1/2 tsp
steak seasoning or (salt & pepper)
1 pkg
splenda or sugar (2 teaspoons)
1/4 c
tartar sauce
1 1/2 c
1/2 c
sour cream
1 1/2 Tbsp
lemon juice
1 1/2 Tbsp
apple cider vinegar
1/2 c
crumbled blue cheese ( i tend to use about 1 cup)
1/8 tsp
cayenne pepper (optional)


1These are some of the ingredients used to make this tasty dipping sauce.
2This is most of the remaining ingredients for the dipping sauce.
3Add the sour cream, mayonnaise tartar sauce, minced garlic or granulated garlic powder, red pepper, black pepper, steak seasoning, chive, lemon juice & Apple cider vinegar, then stir to blend.
4Add the crumbled blue cheese.
5Then add the chopped onions, can use chopped green onions if desired, I chose to use a yellow onion.
6Stir mixture together to blend. Then pour into a bowl. This bowl was too small.
7Add to a medium size bowl and garnish with chopped green onions, chive or parsley on top, I sprinkled a dash of paprika on top to compliment the hot wings.
8Serve the wings with fresh veggies if desired. I chose to use celery. This is the link for the wings that I served with this dip OVEN BAKED PANKO BREADED HOT WINGS

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