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The one and only classic is great for dips, burgers, meat loaf, roasted potatoes, and many more crowd-pleasing meals!
With Lipton Recipe Secrets, there are countless ways to infuse even more flavor into your meals. It’s your secret to great tasting recipes!
In 1880, 40-year-old, Glasgow-born entrepreneur and innovator Sir Thomas Lipton envisioned an opportunity to make tea universally accessible with guaranteed quality at acceptable prices. He began by purchasing tea estates in Ceylon, now Sri Lanka, and arranged packaging and shipping at low costs to sell his teas directly from the tea garden to the tea pot. In 1893, he established the Thomas J Lipton Co., a tea packing company with its headquarters and factory in Hoboken, New Jersey. Lipton entered the dehydrated soup market in 1939 and the Lipton soups brand was founded. He began years of conscientious testing, reformulating and evaluating to get the consistent quality you will find in Lipton soup brands today. In 1954, the famous California Dip recipe (now known as the “Lipton Onion Dip” combines the Onion Soup Mix with sour cream and became a huge success based on its convenience and flavor. It became evident that some varieties were more suited for recipe usage than others and over the years, other flavors and soup products were added to the Lipton soup portfolio. The dates of the introductions of the existing product lines are as follows: 1970: Lipton Cup-A-Soup ,1980: Lipton Soup Secrets, 1992: Lipton Recipe Secrets. The Lipton brand now offers a wide range of teas and soups.
Size: 2 Count Boxes, Pack of 6
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A lot of people I know don’t really appreciate the value of onions but I do and I love this, particularly for the advantage in taste!Published 14 days ago by Larry J.
I have used this product for many years. It is great for making Meatloaf too.
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They're are a lot more salty than I was expecting. About 30 years ago I started cutting back on my salt so now it doesn't take much salt for it to be to salty for me.Published 2 months ago by Michael K.
This has always been a good product and continues to be so. PLUS it is more economical
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and dips and meat and soups and by itself as a broth. Always have this in my pantry.
The one with mushrooms equally good.
My mom used this all the time in her cooking from meatloaf to post roast and let's not forget onion dip along with other recipes,so I now use themm in a lot of recipes for my... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Tom