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Hot Crab Artichoke Spread

Hot Crab Artichoke Spread recipe
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Artichoke hearts, crabmeat, red pepper, green onions, mayo and Parmesan cheese are bake then served with crackers for a hot appetizer spread.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
28 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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posted:
10/8/2010
I've made this several times and it is always a big hit. I mix everything the night before and then do the final cooking as directed before the event. There are never any left overs.
posted:
8/18/2009
I took this recipe to a cookout and everyone loved it!!! I think it is perfect for cookouts,parties and around the holidays. I will definitely be making it again!!!
posted:
11/19/2007
Loved this recipe! This was a hit!
posted:
5/6/2007
EXCELLENT, Made for ladies get together, BIG HIT and I am always asked to make it and bring it again. (I keep it a secret from everyone on how easy it is to make)
posted:
9/6/2006
This was a big hit even for the not so much crab and artichoke lovers. I served it with crackers, but have had it with little pieces of french bread. I like it with the french bread better.
posted:
7/9/2006
Everyone went nuts over this!!!
posted:
4/12/2006
A VERY INTERESTING FLAVOR OF INGREDIENTS THAT WORK WELL AS A SPREAD FOR A GOOD RICE CRACKER OR RICE CAKE. THE INGREDIENTS ARE LAYERED WELL IN THE SPREAD SO THAT YOU HAVE THE TEXTURE OF THE CRAB AND ARTICHOKE TOGETHER. IT IS ALSOC EXCELLENT AS A TOPPING FOR BAKED POTATOES OR EVEN WITH TORTILLA CHIPS .
posted:
8/6/2005
this recipe was just like an appetizer I had at a resturant that cost alot of $$$
posted:
12/20/2004
We make this every year during holidays! It is just so tasty! Be careful not to over-do the oil, and you can strain the pepper and onion bits to keep it on the less greasy side. Great recipe!!!
posted:
10/26/2002
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