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Hot Parmesan-Artichoke Dip

Hot Parmesan-Artichoke Dip recipe
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There was a time when this amazing dip, in all its hot Parmesan and artichoke goodness, hadn’t been invented. Glad we don’t live in that time.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
35 min
servings
total:
2-1/4 cups or 18 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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posted:
1/7/2004
I made this recipe for Christmas and everyone was asking me for this recipe. I love this recipe
posted:
1/6/2004
love the recipe but also have used it with artifical crab for the holidays and it doesnt last very long served with ur favorite crackers
posted:
1/3/2004
I make this recipe for a holiday party and everyone loved it. I did however add a clove of garlic crushed could also use jar garlic, and a tbsp of worchestershire sauce. I then put some asiago cheese on top when I baked it. It was terrific!! Some time we just need something to start with and then can improvise to suit ourselves!
posted:
1/3/2004
i made this for our christmas party and was gone within minutes . i will serve this again and again
posted:
1/1/2004
Unfortunately, this dip is very bland and not very good. I served it at a party and hardly anyone touched it. It has very little flavor, even after I added some Tabasco. I will not make this one again.
posted:
12/26/2003
I made this for a family gathering. About half of the people liked it. If I make this recipe again I think I will try adding some diced green chilies for some extra flavor.
posted:
12/22/2003
I've made this recipe often, and every time that I do, there's none left over. I've never made it with tomatoes, but I do put in the green onions and a tiny splash of Tabasco sauce. It's really good, and I've had several requests for the recipe.
posted:
12/22/2003
I made this recipe for Thanksgiving and the whole family loved it so much that they requested I make it again for Christmas!
posted:
12/16/2003
posted:
12/16/2003
Made for a Deacons and Wives Dinner Party. Everyone went on about how delicious it was and many of the women asked me for the recipe. I added the green chilies and about 3/4 drops of tabasco sauce. I doubled the recipe and after baking, garnished with chopped tomatoes and green onions. I plan to make it for our Candlelight Service at Church this Sunday night for fellowship following the service. I have given the recipe to others.
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